Douglas Alexander became Golf Canada’s 111th president at its annual general meeting held on the weekend in London, Ont.
For more on Alexander, click here for a story by Dave Langford of Metro News.
Alexander succeeds 2013 president Michael Carroll of Vancouver, while Paul MacLean of Richmond Hill, Ont. becomes first vice president and Roland Deveau of Bedford, N.S., assumes the role of second vice president.
“As a golf enthusiast and long time volunteer, I believe that our organization, working in partnership with our members and industry stakeholders will continue to do great things to grow participation and excellence in our sport,” said Alexander.
The board of directors will also include Charlie Beaulieu of Lorraine, Que., Leslie Dunning of Calgary, Liz Hoffman of Thornhill, Ont., Nick Marrone of Toronto and Don MacKay of Bracebridge, Ont. as well as Carroll, now immediate past president.
New Board members for 2014 include Rob MacDonald of Winnipeg, Man. and Pat Thompson of Kelowna, B.C.
Diane Dunlop-Hébert of Montreal was also named an honorary life governor of Golf Canada after serving as president in 2012.