First of all: Rob, that was exactly what we needed to hear. Thank you.
Second: Tibbets, maybe it's too early for a Hall of Fame per say, but it's not like recognition is unnecessary. Sure, the best players know exactly who they are, and there's no disputing them, but they can still get the credit they deserve.
So instead of a Hall of Fame, I'm going to introduce an Achievements thread with lots of statistics like "Lowest Round", "Most Birdies", "Most Community Tournaments Won", and scores more. There will be a Player of the Week/Month, Administrator of the Week/Month, and Rookie of the Week/Month. Anybody who hits a hole in one or any really spectacular shotis highly encouraged to post their replay on my profile, and I will put the replays on it too - if you can't save the replay because it was made in multiplayer mode, then I will need confirmation from at least one player in your group that you made the shot. Achievements, as it will now be called, will have recent community tournament winners, as well as links to tournaments allowing entries; and there will also be links to interesting on-going threads. It will advertise recent performances in WGT-sponsored tournaments. It will encourage people to check out mIRC, especially during Ryder Cup matches; and it will try to coordinate having match commentary for any community tournament or ladder match that the players would like to have commentary for. It may try to coordinate matches between high-level players. It may try to have a ranking system based solely on recent rounds played. But above all, it will record many statistics and honor those who are the best at them - and the best in virtual golf.
Of course, don't expect this all the first time! I will try to put the first Achievements today (Sunday) but we'll see. Any feedback would be greatly appreciated, and if anyone would like to volunteer to help I will gladly accept it! We'll save the Hall of Fame for when we need it, but right now I think we need (well, maybe not need; but then, nothing on WGT is needed until you first play a round) something to recognize many of the top players, achievements, scores, notable shots, tournaments, matches ... anything that should be noted by everyone!
Third: Thunderbird, that's not really a "Hall of Fame". If a Hall of Fame were based just on one achievement, then Bobby Thomson and Don Larsen would be in the Baseball HoF. That's just a list of players who have done something really good.