Glendale, Southwood & Larters win Women’s Interclub A & B Championships
It was a single stroke victory for the Glendale Golf & Country Club as their team combined for victory winning the Women’s Interclub “A” Gross Division Championship at Larters at St. Andrews Golf & Country Club.
Cathy Derewianchuk (80), Shannon Wales (80) and April Calderon (81) finished at +31, one stroke better than Breezy Bend Country Club.
Southwood Golf & Country Club won the Interclub “A” Net Division Championship at +7, one stroke better than Breezy Bend. Southwood’s team consisted of Ruth Schappert (70), Trish Jordan (73) and Heather Shayna (74).
Southwood also won the “B” Interclub Gross Division Championship at +96. The victorious trio featured Marge Dyck (97), Joyce Kerslake (99) and Kathy Hughes (110).
The host course team, consisting of Carol Ann Wilson (74), Rina LaClaire (74) and Marlene Marynick (77) keep the “B” Interclub Net Division Championship on their property with a combined +15 total, one stroke better than Southwood and St. Charles Country Club.
We appreciate the time and effort of the host club, Larters at St. Andrews Golf and Country Club, led by General Manager Peter Ewert, Course Superintendent Tim Larter, their staff, club members and volunteers for their warm welcome.
Starting in 2021, Golf Manitoba, along with Golf Canada and the other provincial associations, will use Golf Genius for its Tournament Management Software. Please note that any previous login information related to BlueGolf will no longer be valid.
In order to be eligible to compete in Golf Manitoba competitions, players must be an active Golf Manitoba/Canada member through a member golf club or the Golf Manitoba Public Player Program, and must also hold an up-to-date Golf Canada Handicap Index visible on the Golf Canada Score Centre at the time of online registration.
If you do not have a Golf Manitoba/Canada membership you can click HERE to learn more and register.
The 2021 registration process is easier, less time consuming and accessible through Golf Canada’s Score Centre. To enter all Golf Manitoba events, you must first log into your Golf Canada Score Centre profile using a web browser, please note that you will not be able to log-in through the Golf Canada app. Registration for all events opens April 15th at 10:00 am so please ensure the following is updated in your Golf Canada Score Centre profile:
Date of birth
City, province and postal code
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Neepawa Golf & Country Club, host of the 2021 Nott Autocorp Men's Amateur Championship
Golf Manitoba is pleased to announce its 2021 Championship schedule. The provincial amateur golf governing body will host 14 championships at member clubs from across Manitoba.
“We are very excited to announce our 2021 championship schedule,“ said Lisa Andersen, Director of Competitions for Golf Manitoba. “We have an excellent line up of venues from across the province and are very appreciative of the support we have received from those member clubs who committed to hosting this year.”
Of special note for 2021 will be the 100th awarding of the Manitoba Free Press trophy to this year’s men’s amateur champion. “The Nott Autocorp Men’s Amateur Championship has an incredible history and we are pleased to bring this event back to the Neepawa Golf & Country Club,” said Golf Manitoba Executive Director, Jared Ladobruk. “Neepawa is a fantastic venue and will provide an excellent test of golf for our men’s amateur field and we are very excited about the milestone we are recognizing for this championship.”
As with this past championship season, the health and safety of all involved will continue to be of paramount importance as COVID-19 protocols continue to adjust. “The safety of our member clubs, players, volunteers, and staff is our top priority,” explained Ladobruk. “We will continue to monitor the situation and adjust the season accordingly.”
The 2021 championship season will officially kick off with the Match Play Championship qualifier and matches being held at the Grand Pines Golf Club May 29 & 30 and June 5, 6, 12 & 13.
Also on the local golf calendar for 2021 is the Golf Canada junior NexGen Prairie Championship being held at the Quarry Oaks Golf Course from June 10-13 in Steinbach, Manitoba. Golf Canada’s NextGen program aims to support and develop Canada’s next wave of future Team Canada athletes.
More information on Golf Manitoba championships including dates, times, eligibility, how to register and host venue will be available in the coming weeks on the competitions schedule page at golfmb.ca. Entry for registration for most Golf Manitoba championships is set to open online on April 15, 2021.
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Golf Manitoba is provincial sport organization (PSO) for amateur golf in Manitoba. Its mission is to develop, promote, govern and service the sport of golf in Manitoba and Northwest Ontario for the benefit of all participants.