Cutten Fields in Guelph, Ont., has announced the selection of Jeff Mingay as consulting architect. Mingay has been commissioned to conduct a review of the golf course and provide a long range master plan. The Course and Grounds Committee initiated a master plan review at the end of 2016. Upon completion of the review, it […]
Two days after fire destroyed the clubhouse at the Wellview Golf Club in Virden, Man., the golf course was back up and running. Anne Davison of the Virden Empire-Advance has more here.
Ken Tarling was inducted into the Ontario Golf Hall of Fame earlier this month as a player, but he could have just as easily gone in as a builder, especially after stepping to the plate when what was the Canadian Tour needed him the most. Garry McKay has more here for the Hamilton Spectator.
Jared du Toit is about to play his final event for the Arizona State Sun Devils before turning pro and fondly reflects on his collegiate career. Brad Ziemer of British Columbia Golf has more here.
It may have her name on it, but Marilyn O’Connor says her family’s support is a big reason for her being inducted on Friday into the Alberta Sports Hall of Fame in Red Deer. Wes Gilbertson has more here in the Calgary Herald.
Ron Lyons, co-owner of the Legends Golf Course near Edmonton, has a unique hobby. He doesn’t collect golf balls – he collects golf cars. Curtis Stock has more here in the Edmonton Journal.
Players and coaches on the University of Alberta golf team are finding benefits from the new Trackman the team purchased. Quinn Phillips of Global News has more here.
The season was slow in getting underway at the Sackville Golf and Country Club in New Brunswick, but conditions have quickly improved and the club is now open for business. Natalie Sturgeon of CBC News has more here.
May moves by PGA of Ontario members include a new executive professional at the Club at North Halton and a new teaching professional at Otter Creek, among several others. Click here for an update.
Unlike areas in the rest of the country, low water levels could lead to irrigation issues this summer at the Cold Lake Golf and Winter Club in Alberta. Mamta Lulla of the Cold Lake Sun has more here.