Timeline of The Royal Regina

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1899

The club opened for play south of College Avenue with this notice from the Regina Leader, May 4, 1899. It was the first golf club in Saskatchewan. The following excerpt is taken from the Regina Leader on the day of its opening.

The Regina Golf Club is un fait accompli. The course is to the west of the reservoir on the north side of Wascana Creek and has been laid out. A number of gentlemen have joined this week and a number more have intimated intention of joining. His Honour the Lieutenant-Governor (A.E. Forget) has signified his acceptance of the Hon. Presidency. On Saturday afternoon the course will be opened by a match between the members. If a sufficient number join it is proposed to erect a clubhouse for the convenience of members. Mr. J. Kelso Hunter (who laid out the nine-hole course) is the interim secretary.


1901

The club suffered a reduction in its membership by reason of the mosquitoes interfering with the pleasure of the game in the previous year when clouds of them followed Tom Watson’s daily herd which wandered across the golf course on the way to their barns and finally drove the players off the course. 

The club moved to a new site near the North West Mounted Police Barracks, away from the mosquitoes, and played on nine holes on what is now the eastern part of the course. Commissioner Perry of the NWMP and his daughters took an active part in the club.


1905

The club moved back to its original site (now Regina’s Crescent area) and erected a clubhouse there.


1908

The Regina Club hosted the first provincial tournament, inviting participants from the Barracks Club, Sedley, Saskatoon, and Moose Jaw. The winner was member William S. Gray over fellow member J. K. Hunter by a score of 4 & 3.


1909

The Regina Club again hosted the provincial tournament.  J.H.H. Young of Regina defeated J.K. Hunter of Regina in the final.


1910

The Regina Club hosted the 3rd provincial men's amateur tournament Rev. D. Richie of Francis defeated J.H.H. Young of Regina 4 & 3.


1911

The Club accepted Commissioner Perry’s invitation to return to the Barracks course (Eastern part of the current course) and use the south end of the old recreation hall as a dressing room.

A group of discontented members broke away to form the Wascana Country Club.

The Regina Club expanded to 13 holes with the first five being played twice to make eighteen. The completion of the Regina Street Railway on Dewdney Avenue made for easy access to the Club. The Club began to use the NWMP medical officer's residence as their clubhouse.

The Regina Club hosted the 4th provincial men's amateur tournament G.F. Donaldson of Regina defeated Dr. A.M. Young of Saskatoon 4 & 2.


1913

The Club hired its first professional, Fred Ford or Foord, from Scotland. Foord developed the (5 Western holes of the golf course)

Water pipes were laid to "the five greens which require it most" and scorecards with yardages and bogey scores were printed.


1914

The Club’s second pro was W.H. Brinkworth, Birdie Prosofky’s grandfather.


1917

The Regina Club hosted the 10th men's provincial amateur tournament. J.T. Cuthbert of Moose Jaw defeated A.A. Weir of Saskatoon in the final 9&8.

The Regina Club hosted the 4th Women's provincial amateur tournament. Mrs. H.A. Bruce of Saskatoon defeated Mrs. G.B. Kingsley of Regina.


1918

The Club honours the 49 members who had enlisted in World War 1, especially the 7 who paid the ultimate sacrifice.

A.C. Weir established a course record of 74 on October 18, 1918.


1920

The Club hired George Ayton to be the pro who emigrated from St. Andrews, Scotland.

The Regina Club hosted the 13th men's provincial amateur tournament. A.A. Weir of Weyburn defeated J.P. Runciman of Regina in the final 4&2.

The Regina Club hosted the 7th women's provincial amateur tournament. Mrs. Walter Parry of Regina defeated Miss E. Macdonald of Regina.

The Regina Club hosted the 2nd Saskatchewan Open and the Host Club Pro George Ayton shot a tournament total of 143 to win over H.A. Bruce of Saskatoon 160.

The Regina Club hosted the 1st Saskatchewan Senior Men’s Amateur tournament. Rev, Parker was the winner. 


1921

The Club hired Alex (Alec) Marling to be the pro who emigrated from Lossiemouth, Scotland the same year. Alex was a partner in the clubmaking business named “Marling & Smith”. Prior to the Regina Club Alex had enlisted in the 4th Gordon Highlanders in 1914 and lost his left eye due to shrapnel.


1923

The Club acquired a formal 21-year lease on its land from the federal government instead of just relying on the good will of the RCMP for tenure, and the club was officially incorporated by an act of the Legislature of Saskatchewan.

The Regina Club hosted the 10th women's provincial amateur tournament. Mrs. J.F. Hunt of Regina defeated Miss E. Macdonald of Regina.


1924

The Club opened its new clubhouse complete with a spacious lounge room, dining room, ladies' locker room and verandah. The men continued to use the old medical residence until their locker room was completed the next year.

The Club hired George Henry Burns Sr. to be the Head Professional.


1925

Stanley Thompson, Canada’s best known golf architect, visited the course and drew up plans to improve the course. According to these plans, greens would be reshaped and sown to bent grass; properly located bunkers would be installed; drainage would be well plotted and spruce windscreens would be planted.

A group of 200 American golfers (which included Jim Barnes World Golf Hall of Fame Member, 1916 & 1919 PGA Champion, 1921  U.S. Open Champion, 1925 British Open Champion, Jock Hutchison World Golf Hall of Fame Member, 1920 PGA Champion, 1921 British Open Champion, Chick Evans World Golf Hall of Fame Member, 1916 U.S. Open Champion, 1916 & 1920 U.S. Amateur Champion and Ernest Carter 1919 & 1921 Irish Amateur Champion) played an exhibition match at the Club, attracting "the largest crowd ever seen on the golf course".


1926

The Regina Club hosted the 19th men's provincial amateur tournament. J.R. Smith of Regina defeated T. Russell of Moose Jaw in the final 3&2.

The Regina Club hosted the 13th women's provincial amateur tournament. Mrs. R.S. Rideout of Regina defeated Mrs. M.S. Boyles of Regina 2up.

The Regina Club hosted the 7th Saskatchewan Open and Joe Land of Winnipeg, MB won the tournament with a score of 146 over Geo Daniel of Winnipeg, MB 150.

The Regina Club hosted the 7th Senior Men’s provincial amateur tournament. J. Kelso Hunter of Regina defeated James Balfour of Regina 1up.


1927

On September 30, fire completely destroyed the new clubhouse. The loss was estimated at $12,000 for the building and furnishings and about $8,500 for members’ private property, such as clubs valued at from $25 to $70 per set. A few members tried to salvage the iron heads of their clubs from the ashes; the wooden shafts were nothing but charcoal.

The Club hired James F. Blair to be the Head Professional.

The Prince of Wales and Prince George visited the club on August 27, 1927. In addition, Sir Henry Thornton visited the club in 1927.

Jimmy Blair establishes a new course record 66 on July 18, 1927, course par 70.

Par  433 444 545 36

Out 434 345 444 35

Par  343 444 444 34

In    343 433 443 31

Jimmy Blair breaks his own course record on August 21, 1927, shooting a 65.

Par  433 444 545 36

Out 333 444 445 34

Par  343 444 444 34

In    243 434 542 31


1928

A new clubhouse was opened to replace the one destroyed by fire at a cost of $16,000.

On August 11, 1928, Aubrey Boomer a Professional Golfer who played on the Ryder Cup teams in 1927 & 1929 and his partner Archie Compston a Professional Golfer who played on the Ryder Cup teams in 1927, 1929 & 1931 played an exhibition match against Tom Ross (Wascana Pro) and Jimmy Blair (Regina Club Pro) with the Englishmen winning 3&2.


1929

The Club hired Jimmy Pringle to be the Head Professional.


1930

The Regina Club hosted the 17th women's provincial amateur tournament. Mrs. R.S. Rideout of Regina defeated Mrs. E.R. Myers of Saskatoon 7&6.

The Club re-hired George Henry Burns Sr. as the Head Professional for the second time. 


1932

Tom Ross took over as professional, beginning his 32 years at the Club.

The Regina Club hosted the 25th men's provincial amateur tournament. Jack Millar of Saskatoon defeated G. Anderson of Saskatoon in the final 4&3.

The Regina Club hosted the 13th Saskatchewan Open and J. Land of Winnipeg won the tournament with a score of 148 over H. Fletcher of Moose Jaw 152. 


1933

The Regina Club hosted the 20th women's provincial amateur tournament. Mrs. R.S. Rideout of Regina defeated Mrs. P. Palko of Saskatoon 4&3.


1934

The RCMP medical officer’s house was torn down, and the area converted into the present parking lot. All four provincial champions came from the Regina Club: Tom Ross won the open, Ken Smith the amateur, Bobby Reid the junior, and Virginia Brown the women’s.

The Regina Club hosted the 27th men's provincial amateur tournament. Ken Smith of Regina defeated Dr. G.B. Bigelow in the final 1up.

The Regina Club hosted the 15th Saskatchewan Open and the Host Club Pro Tom Ross shot a tournament total of 152 to win over J.T. Cuthbert of Calgary 157.

On September 10, 1934, Gene Sarazen played the Regina Golf Club when he and his partner Joe Kirkwood Sr (1933 Canadian Open Champion) played Tom Ross (Regina Head Professional) and Fred Fletcher (Wascana Head Professional).


1935

ADA Mackenzie one of the finest female golfers Canada has ever produced visited the Club on September 27, 1935, and shot an 80.

The Regina Club hosted the 16th Senior Men’s provincial amateur tournament. Chief Justice J.T. Brown of Regina defeated A.B. Muirhead of Regina 1up.


1936

Tom Ross shoots a course record for the new course layout on June 7, 1936, a 3 under par 68. Course Yardage 6,230 and only one hole under 200 yards.

Par  444 544 543 35

Out 445 533 342 32

Par  443 444 454 36

In    432 434 366 35


1937

Harry Burns Jr sets a new course record shooting a 4 under par 67 on July 21, 1937.

Par  444 344 543 35

Out 444 244 343 32

Par  443 444 454 36

In    443 443 454 35

The Regina Club hosted the 18th Senior Men’s provincial amateur tournament. Fred Bradshaw of Regina defeated J.E. Armstrong of Regina 5&4.


1939

Tom Ross establishes a new course record on July 2, 1939, shooting a 6 under par 65.

Par  444 344 543 35

Out 433 243 544 32

Par  443 444 455 36

In    433 434 354 33

The Regina Club hosted the 32nd men's provincial amateur tournament. Harry Burns of Regina defeated Dr. Ben Reid of Regina in the final 7&6.

The Regina Club hosted the 20th Saskatchewan Open and K. Zabowski of Winnipeg won the tournament with a score of 140 over Tom Ross 142 of the Host Regina Club.

The Regina Club hosted the 26th women's provincial amateur tournament. Mrs. P.J. Palko of Regina defeated Mrs. J.D. Balbirnie of Regina 1up.

The Regina Club hosted the 18th junior men's provincial amateur tournament. R.B.W. Pyke of North Battleford was the winner.


1940

The Regina Club hosted the 21st senior men’s provincial amateur tournament. J.R. Smith of Regina defeated N.C. Byers of Regina 3&2.


1943

The Regina Club hosted the 24th senior men’s provincial amateur tournament. J.W. Middlemas of Regina defeated Dr. E.T. French of Regina 1up.


1945

The Regina Club hosted the 26th senior men’s provincial amateur tournament. W.G. Connoly of Regina defeated T.G. Tyrer of Regina.


1946

The Regina Club hosted the 35th men's provincial amateur tournament after a four year break due to World War II. Dr. Robert Reid of Prince Albert defeated Dr. R.N. Reid of Regina in the final 1up.

The Regina Club hosted the 22nd Saskatchewan Open after a four year break due to World War II. W. Greenwood of Regina won the tournament with a score of 143 to defeat Gordon Beattie of Regina 146.

The Regina Club hosted the 25th junior men's provincial amateur tournament. Ernie Greenley of Regina was the winner.


1947

A new wing was added to the clubhouse.


1949

The Regina Club hosted the 36th women's provincial amateur tournament. Mrs. A.G. Robbins of Regina defeated Mrs. W.H. Barclay of Saskatoon.


1950

The Regina Club hosted the 31st senior men’s provincial amateur tournament. A.E. Neville of Regina defeated Arthur Baird of Regina 2&1.


1952

The Regina Club hosted the 28th Saskatchewan Open and Henry Martell Canadian Golf Hall of Fame member (1982) of Edmonton won the tournament with a score of 208 over Pat Fletcher of Saskatoon 213.


1953

The Regina Club co-hosted the 42nd men's provincial amateur tournament with the Wascana Country club. Canadian Golf Hall of Famer (2005) Wilf Homenuik of Yorkton defeated his brother Ted Homenuik of Yorkton in the final 4&2.

The Regina Club co-hosted the 32nd junior men's provincial amateur tournament. Ted Homenuik of Yorkon was the winner.

The Regina Club hosted the 34th senior men’s provincial amateur tournament. Galen Craik of Regina defeated Fraser McConnell of Regina 6&4.


1957

The Regina Golf Club hosted the 42nd women's provincial amateur tournament. Miss Joanne Goulet Regina Golf club member defeated Miss Patricia Kiggens of Yorkton.


1958

The Club began using the first watering system on the fairways.

The Regina Golf Club hosted the 38th junior men's provincial amateur tournament. Ed Ross Jr. of Saskatoon was the winner.


1959

The Club hired its first full-time Secretary Manager, Mr. Gilbert Connellan, who held that position until 1969.


1960

The Regina Club hosted the 49th men's provincial amateur tournament. Dave Slinn of Regina defeated Gordon Beattie of Regina in the final 8&7.

The Regina Club hosted the 36th Saskatchewan Open and Buddy Loftus of Calgary won the tournament with a score of 209 over Danny Stack of Winnipeg 215.

The Regina Golf Club hosted the 40th junior men's provincial amateur tournament. Jim Scissons of Saskatoon was the winner.


1963

The Club secured a liquor license for its cocktail lounge and dining room.


1964

Tom Ross retired after 32 years as professional.

Regina Golf Club member Ernie Greenley was a member of the Saskatchewan team which captured the national Willingdon Cup championship.

Regina Golf Club member Joanne Goulet reached the semi-finals of the ladies British Open at Prince’s Golf Club in Sandwich England, where she lost to English player Bridget Jackson on the twentieth hole.


1964

The Regina Golf Club hosted the 50th women's provincial amateur tournament. Miss Joanne Goulet Regina Golf Club member defeated Mrs. W. Turnbull of Saskatoon.

The Regina Club hosted the 40th Saskatchewan Open and Dave Berg of Regina won the tournament over Jim Scissons of Saskatoon.

The Regina Golf Club hosted the 1st senior women's provincial amateur tournament. Mrs. E. Medhurst was the winner.


1965

Don Giffen was hired as the Golf Professional.


1966

The Regina Club hosted the 55th men's provincial amateur tournament. Ernie Greenley of the host club defeated Bob Stovin of Regina 6 & 5.

The Regina Club hosted the 47th senior men’s provincial amateur tournament. Ken Shakespeare of Saskatoon won the tournament with a score of 157 over Alex Folk of Saskatoon 159.


1967

Gene Feschuk was hired as the Golf Professional to replace Don Giffin.

The Regina Club hosted the 43rd Saskatchewan Open and Len Harvey of Regina won the tournament with a score of 218 over Jim Scissons of Saskatoon 219.


1969

The Regina Golf Club hosted the 55th women's provincial amateur tournament. Mrs. V. Yoos (Nee Gerry Evans) of Saskatoon defeated Regina Golf Club member Miss Brenda Prosofsky.


1970

The club hired Ted Kidd to be the Secretary Manager.

The Regina Club hosted the 51st senior men’s provincial amateur tournament. Dr. Ben Reid of Regina won the tournament with a score of 156 over Art Drone of Regina 160.


1971

The Club hosted the 47th Peter Jackson Saskatchewan Open which attracted leading professionals such as Al Balding, Moe Norman, and Wilf and Stan Homenuik to compete for the total prize money of $7,500. The 54-hole event had to be shortened to 36 holes when winds gusting up to 50 miles per hour forced the cancellation of play on Saturday. Tom McGinnis of Memphis, Tennessee was the winner in a playoff with a total tournament score of 142 over Kip Rutterbaugh of LaJolla, CA 142.

Dave Berg established a course record of 64 (As per article in 1977)


1972

The Club hired Bob Douglas to the Secretary Manager role.


1974

Ron Belbin was hired as the Golf Professional to replace Gene Feschuk.

The Regina Golf Club hosted the 63rd men's provincial amateur championship. Brian Bamford of Saskatoon defeated Randy Avram of Regina.


1975

Jake May replaces Bob Douglas as the Secretary Manager.


1976

The RRGC hosted the Canadian National Junior Girls Championships. Stacey West was the winner shooting 227 and setting the 54 hole scoring record.


1977

Randy Avram established a course record shooting an 8 under par 63.

Par  444 354 344 35

Out 343 354 243 31

Par  454 444 434 36

In    344 434 325 32

Mr. Jack Jahnke became the Club’s General Manager.


1978

The Regina Golf Club hosted the 58th junior provincial amateur tournament. Darren Veitch of Regina was the winner.


1979

The Regina Club hosted the 65th women's provincial amateur tournament. Mrs. Marilyn O'Connor of Calgary defeated Regina Golf Club member Miss Joanne Goulet in a playoff.

Cec Ferguson replaced Ron Belbin as the Golf Professional.


1980

The Regina Club hosted the 69th men's provincial amateur tournament. Roy Abbenbroeck of Calgary, AB 225 defeated Tom Lukiwski of Regina, SK 225 in a playoff.


1982

The Regina Club hosted the 63rd senior men’s provincial amateur tournament. Ted Melanchuk of Saskatoon won the tournament with a score of 147 over Vern Mohs of Saskatoon 150.

The Regina Club hosted the 31st junior women's provincial amateur tournament. Paula Somervill of Prince Albert shot a tournament total of 246 to win.


1984

The Regina Club hosted the 21st senior women's provincial amateur tournament. Mrs. Barbara Danaher of Saskatoon shot a tournament total of 242 to win.

Al Patterson was hired as the Golf Professional to replace Cec Ferguson.


1985

Regina Club member Joanne Goulet was a member of the Saskatchewan senior team which won the Canadian National Senior Women’s Team Championship.


1986

Gord Burgess was hired as the Club's CPGA Head Professional.


1987

The Club co-hosted the Canadian National Senior Men's Amateur Championships. Canadian Golf Hall of Famer (1995) Bob Wylie was the winner, winning his third straight Senior title.


1989

The Regina Golf Club hosted the 69th Junior men's provincial amateur tournament. Jeff Makahon of Saskatoon shot a tournament total of 214 to win.


1990

The Regina Club hosted the 79th men's provincial amateur tournament. Arden Knoll of Estevan defeated Regina Golf Club member Doug Mader.


1991

The Regina Club hosted the National Senior Women’s Championship. Jo-Ann Lindsay was the winner.


1994

The Regina Golf Club hosted the 8th men's mid amateur provincial tournament. Jim Scissons of Saskatoon shot a tournament total of 220 to win.


1996

The Regina Golf Club hosted the 82nd women's provincial amateur tournament. Linda Palahniuk of Winnipeg defeated Kathy Ziglo of Yorkton.

The Regina Club hosted the 33rd senior women's provincial amateur tournament. Regina Golf Club member Miss Joanne Goulet shot a tournament total of 235 to win.

The Regina Club hosted the 77th senior men's provincial amateur tournament. Regina Golf Club member Doug Mader shot a tournament total of 220 to win over Ron Carrins of Swift Current.


1997

The Saskatchewan Section of the Canadian Ladies Golf Association and the Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame published Breaking 100:  A Century of Women’s Golf in Saskatchewan written by club member Sandra Bingaman.  This book describes the development of the game in the province, beginning with the Regina Club as the first course, and highlights the successful career of club member Joanne Goulet.


1998

Regina Club assistant pro Dean Brown sets a new course record of 62.


1999

The Regina Golf Club celebrated its hundredth anniversary. As part of the celebrations, the Club receives official "Royal" designation from Queen Elizabeth II, and becomes The Royal Regina Golf Club, joining an elite group of only 5 golf courses in Canada to hold recognized "Royal" designation.


2000

The Royal Regina Golf Club hosted the 14th men's mid amateur provincial tournament. Colin Coben of Delisle shot a tournament total of 291 to win.


2001

A new 18,000 square foot clubhouse was opened, offering members and guests a more spacious and comfortable environment for their enjoyment.


2002

Mr. Don Nelson was hired as the General Manager to fill the position after the retirement of Jack Jahnke.

Dean Brown Club assistant CPGA professional improved upon his previous course record by posting the new official course record of 61 on September 18, 2002.

Par  444 354 344 35

Out 443 343 344 32

Par  445 434 454 37

In    344 324 333 29


2003

The club hosted the 17th Canadian National Men's Mid-Amateur golf championship, attracting an international field of 160 of the best amateur golfers, aged 40 or more. Garth Collings of Winnipeg, Manitoba defeated Frank Van Dornick of Camrose, Alberta 1-up to win the Championship.


2006

Mr. Archie Cameron was hired as the General Manager.


2008

The Royal Regina Golf Club hosted the 97th Saskatchewan Men’s Amateur Championship in the hundredth year of the championship.  The club was chosen for this honour because it was the site of the first championship ever held in the province, in 1908. Dave Stewart of Prince Albert, Saskatchewan won the Championship with a three round total score of 216 over Carter Hilkewich of Weyburn, SK 217.


2010

Head Professional Gord Burgess retired after 25 years.

Life Member Joanne Goulet was inducted into the Saskatchewan Golf Hall of Fame as an athlete.


2011

Dean Brown CPGA Assistant Professional at the club for the previous 15 years was appointed Head CPGA Professional March 1, 2011.

Life Members Doug Mader and Terry Meier were inducted into the Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame, Doug as an athlete and Terry as a builder.

The club experienced two floods. After the initial spring flooding the water came over the banks again causing over a million dollars in damage to holes #8,9,10,11,12,17 (See Photo Gallery). As a result, a flood mitigation plan was developed and a hydrologist was consulted. As part of the flood mitigation plan hole #11 fairway was raised 3 meters so that it was out of the flood plain. In addition, 2 new holes 3A & 3B were created and built in under 3 weeks for temporary use.


2012

Life Member Joanne Goulet was presented the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal in November 2012.

Joanne was the first women in Canada to have a golf course named in her honour. For over half a century she was a model of excellence in the game she loved. Since she first took a club-in-hand at the age of 14, she won literally dozens of titles and tournaments at the local, national and international levels. Joanne won the Regina Women's golf championship 32 times, the Saskatchewan Junior Women's title twice, the Saskatchewan Amateur Women's Championship 9 times, and the Saskatchewan Senior Women's title 6 times. She played on two national championship teams, and participated in the British Open winning the Commonwealth Trophy as a semi finalist. In 1980 Joanne was installed in the Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame.

Bayne Ennick Legacy Bridge was completed on hole#6 at the entrance of the club.


2014

On June 30, 2014, over 80mm of rain hit the course in less than 24 hours. It caused holes #8,9,10,12,17 and a few others to be under water. Thankfully the damage wasn't as extensive as the flood from 2011 and Golf Course Superintendent Bruce Klassen had the course re-opened in under 2 weeks.

Hole #17 went through a major renovation as part of the flood mitigation plan. A permanent water hazard was developed across the fairway and down the north side of the entire hole. In addition, mounding and trees were added along with the development and expansion of an existing tee box.


2016

Hole #16 was turned into a par 3 from a short drivable par 4 with design work completed by Golf Architect Doug Carrick. This was done in order to alleviate safety concerns around the entrance to the club. In addition, it assisted in water flow as a permanent water hazard was created in front of the 16th green and it allowed the lengthening of hole #17. The par changed from 72 to 71. Commissioner A.B. Perry & Sarazen Bridges were erected as part of the 16th Hole renovation.


2017

Mr. Kyle Mulligan was hired as the General Manager.

Pat Marcia former Club assistant CPGA professional shot a new course record for the renovated layout (Hole #16 – Par 3 – Par 71) posting the new official course record of 64 on Men’s night June 28, 2017, he started on Hole #11.

Par  444 354 344 35

Out 344 344 333 31

Par  445 434 354 36

In   344 534 343 33

On September 20, 2017, Hole #12 started going through a major renovation as the green was re-designed by Golf Architect Doug Carrick. This was completed as a result of the green dying throughout the year because of drainage and the fairway was redesigned as part of the flood mitigation plan to reduce spring flooding.


2018

The Royal Regina Golf Club hosted the CP Women’s Open Monday Qualifier on August 20, 2018.

The Royal Regina Golf Club hosts the 8th Annual Golf Saskatchewan Hall of Fame Dinner. Dean Brown Head Pro and CPGA Professional and member Kirk McGregor are inducted into the Golf Saskatchewan Hall of Fame.


2019

Mr. Brian Dueck was hired as the General Manager.

Shawn McNall, 2013 Charles Willoughby Cup Club Champion, ties the new course record for the renovated layout (Hole #16 - Par 3 - Par 71) posting a 64 on Men's night July 3, 2019. He started on Hole #2.

Par  444 354 344 35

Out 434 344 253 32

Par  445 434 354 36

In   334 533 344 32