Shadow Ridge Golf Course, the site of a future expansion of Kelowna International Airport, will remain a golf course for at least another five years after a recent lease extension. Wayne Moore has more here for Castanet,
Sagebrush Golf Club in Merritt, B.C., is accepting golfers for a soft opening this summer and fall. Sagebrush was designed by the team of Richard Zokol, agronomist Armen Suny, and Rod Whitman. It was dormant for years before a small group of local investors, headed by Andrew Knott, began reinvesting millions Sagebrush, with a new […]
A manufacturer based in London, Ont., is creating a line of high end putters and has contracted well known golf professionals Gareth Raflewski and Scott Cowx. Norman De Bono has more here for the London Free Press.
The Supreme Court of British Columbia has approved the sale of Morningstar Golf Club in Parksville, B.C., to Realcor Golf Inc. Saanich News has more here.
Wolf Creek Golf Resort in Ponoka, Alta., is hosting the All Nations Cup believed to be the largest Indigenous golf tournament ever held in Canada. Sam Laskaris has more here for CTV News.
The Revelstoke Golf Club in Revelstoke, B.C., has sold 316 memberships, more than a 100 per cent increase from 2019, where only 141 were sold while member, guest and junior rounds have also increased. Timothy Van der Krogt has more here for the Revelstoke Review.
The Hyde Mountain Golf Resort near Sicamous, B.C., has been sold to PintoWest Properties Inc., based in Kelowna. Zachary Roman has more here for the Summerland Review.
Brooke Henderson is the lone Canadian in the field at this week’s major, the Evian Championship in France, but that could change. Alena Sharp started the week as the first reserve … Michael Gligic, Adam Hadwin, David Hearn and Roger Sloan are the Canadians in the field for this week’s 3M Open in Blaine, Minn. … […]
A multi-million dollar project will take the Brantford Golf and Country Club in Brantford, Ont., back to an earlier time. Michelle Ruby has more here for the Brantford Expositor.
Longime Vancouver writer Kent “Cookie” Gilchrist, who died Wednesday, was renowned in several sports, including golf, and had a reputation for being firm, but fair. Patrick Johnston has more here for the Province.