Jack Lowrey

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Year Inducted 1991
Category Athlete
Sport Golf


Jack Lowrey was a golf champion of many events, and was very involved in the sport of golf.  In 1956 he was the O.A.G. Champion in Oshawa.  In 1956 he won the Willingdon Cup Championship with his team members Jerry Magee, Bill Marland and Moe Norman.  He was the winner of the St. David’s Golf Championship 17 times, and the St. Catharines Golf Championship 11 times, Jack won a great number of games over the course of his career.  At the Canadian Open in 1972 at Cherry Hill, Jack qualified with Tom Watson at the P.G.A. Championship.  In the Ontario-Washington D.C. Completion Jack defeated Dean Beaman, and in Portercup Lewiston, N.Y. he was able to win twice.  A qualifier for the U.S. Amateur, Jack ended up building and owning the Queenston Golf Club, in addition to acquiring the St. David’s Golf Club.


  • Queenston Golf Club Owner
  • St. David’s Golf Club Owner


  • O.A.G. Chamption
  • Willingdon Cup Champion
  • St. David’s Golf Champion (17 times)
  • St. Catharines Golf Champion (11 times)
  • St. Catharines Sports Hall of Fame 1991