The World Golf Hall of Fame inducts its new class today. Joining the hall, located at World Golf Village in St. Augustine, Florida, are: Fred Couples, Colin Montgomerie, Ken Schofield, the late Willie Park Jr., and Ken Venturi. Unfortunately, Venturi—who turns 82 next week and lives in California—can’t make the ceremony due to complications from surgery for infections in his back. Originally, Jim Nantz of CBS Sports was going to present Venturi, but Nantz turned over the duties to Ken’s two sons, Matt and Tim. Besides his playing career, that included 14 Tour wins and the ’64 US Open, Venturi is known for 35 years on CBS and inexhaustible work for charity. His long-time golf broadcast partner, Pat Summerall, passed away three weeks ago. The Hall of Fame ceremony will be broadcast on Golf Channel.