On July 15, 1991, at the site of the Annual SGA Men's Amateur Championship at the Country Club of Birmingham, Arnold Blum of Macon, Georgia, was inducted into the SGA Hall of Fame. He was one of Georgia's all-time great amateur golfers.
Highlights of his competitive career include:
1939 Southeastern Conference Champion
1940 Southeastern Conference Champion
1946 Georgia State Amateur Champion
1947 Southeastern Conference Champion
1950 Georgia State Amateur Champion
1951 Georgia State Amateur Champion
1952 Georgia State Amateur Champion
1953 Walker Cup Team Member
1956 Georgia State Amateur Champion
Played in 17 U. S. Amateurs, twice quarter-finalist.
1957 Walker Cup Team Member
Played in The Masters 5 times.
In addition to his on-the-field accomplishments, Arnold also gave back to the game by serving as President of the Georgia State Golf Association and as a member of the Board of Directors of the Southern Golf Association from 1952-1960.