This isn’t a Canadian story, but it is worth watching, as other golf operations are in the U.S. as a legal dispute between Quaker Ridge Golf Club, an A.W. Tillinghast design that opened for play in 1918, and a neighbour continues. The eventual outcome could have a big impact on the golf industry. Mike Dougherty of the Journal News in White Plains, N.Y. has the story here … What does the Canadian Mid-Amateur champion do after winning his national title and earning a spot in the field for the 2015 RBC Canadian Open? He heads out to a NHL game and he’ll be on the ice, not in the seats. Christine Rivet of the Waterloo Region Record has the story here.
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