A final round of one-under-par 69 from William Buhl of Fairhope, Ala., was enough to capture the 115th playing of the Canadian Men’s Amateur Championship held at Glen Arbour Golf Course in Hammond Plains, N.S. Buhl, who was born in Oslo, Norway, was bogey-free during the final round. His final putt of the competition on […]
After close to 43 years with Golf Canada, Bill Paul is stepping down from his role as chief championship officer. Paul, who will continue as an advisor to Golf Canada beyond the end of July, has played key roles in the development of the RBC Canadian Open and CP Women’s Open. Paul’s career at Golf […]
A tight leaderboard got even tighter as the final round progressed, but it was the University of British Columbia (UBC) Thunderbirds who came from behind to win both the men’s and women’s team divisions at the Canadian University/College Championship at FireRock Golf Club in Komoka, Ont.,on Friday. It took a playoff for the men’s team […]
Golf Canada released its annual report at its annual meeting on Saturday in Dorval, Que., with its financials showing a deficit of $981,813 for 2018, which began with a balance of $27,028,914 and ended on Oct. 31 with $26,047,101. Click here for the entire annual report. Financials begin on Page 16.
Charlie Beaulieu of Lorraine, Qué., was named Golf Canada president at the 2019 annual meeting on Saturday in Dorval, Que. Beaulieu succeeds 2018 president Leslie Dunning of Calgary in leading Golf Canada’s board of directors. Liz Hoffman of Thornhill, Ont., becomes first vice president and Dale Jackson of Victoria assumes the role of second vice […]
Golf Canada CEO Laurence Applebaum introduced the association’s strategic plan 2019-2022 at the annual meeting in Montreal. Click here for a copy of that strategic plan. Click Play below to watch Applebaum introduce the plan.
Golf Canada’s 2019 annual meeting begins Thursday and continues until Saturday at the Marriott Montréal Airport In-Terminal Hotel in Dorval, Que., just outside of Montreal. The event brings together Golf Canada’s Board of Directors, staff and volunteers as well as representatives from Canada’s provincial golf associations, national and international partners and other stakeholders,assembled for meetings, […]
Golf Canada will present its Distinguished Service Award to three contributors to the game on Saturday as part of its annual meeting in Montreal, where Charlie Beaulieu of Lorraine, Qué. will be sworn in as president. For more on the three recipients and the annual meeting, click here.
Golf Canada is seeking an operations coordinator on an eight-month contract (February-October) to work on the RBC Canadian Open and CP Women’s Open. For more information on that position, click here.
Golf Canada has announced its 2019 championship schedule, with a record 31 amateur and professional competitions, as well as various qualifiers. The RBC Canadian pen will take place June 6-9 at Hamilton Golf and Country Club, with the CP Women’s Open scheduled for August 22-25 at Magna Golf Club in Aurora, Ont. For the complete […]