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NOW OPEN – Registration for 2024 Championships

Registration for Golf Manitoba championships is now open.

To be eligible to compete in all Golf Manitoba competitions, players must be an active Golf Manitoba/Canada member and must also hold a current Golf Canada Handicap Index.

To view the 2024 championship schedule and register, click here.

For players who do not have an active Golf Manitoba/Canada membership through a member club or league, click here to learn more and join.

The championship 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 and select the competitions tab found under the user menu on the top right-hand side of the web page.

Please note that personal Golf Genius accounts that are active at the club level will not permit you to register for any Golf Manitoba Championship. 

Reminder, entry deadlines for most events will close 14 days prior to the start of the championship.

If you have any questions regarding registration, please do not hesitate to contact Golf Manitoba’s Director of Administration Amy Coggan via email at amy@golfmb.ca.

To view the 2024 championship schedule and register, click here.

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2024 Diamond Athletic Men’s Mid-Amateur & Women’s Amateur moves to Minnedosa Golf & Country Club

Golf Manitoba Director of Competitions & Rules David Borowski announced today the 2024 Diamond Athletic Men’s Mid-Amateur & Women’s Amateur will be held July 4th to 6th at the Minnedosa Golf & Country Club.

“This will be the first major championship our course has the privilege of hosting in over a decade” said Minnedosa General Manager & PGA of Canada Head Golf Professional Patrick Law. “Led by Superintendent Dan Bailey, I know our course will be in terrific condition and a true test to all of the competitors. The town of Minnedosa and surrounding area will benefit from having everyone here that week.”

The 54 hole championship was scheduled to be hosted at the Neepawa Golf & Country Club however due to a delay in irrigation renovations this decision was made.

“While it is disappointing not to host this year’s championship, we believe it is best for everyone involved” said Neepawa General Manager & PGA of Canada Head Golf Professional Landon Cameron. “We look forward to having the province’s best return to Neepawa in the near future for exciting competition like we saw in 2021 during the Nott Autocorp Men’s Amateur won by Braxton Kuntz on the 18th hole of the final round.”

“I would like to thank Landon and Patrick for their quick action in this situation” said Borowski. “When Landon reached out to say it was best to focus on another year to host, Patrick immediately opened his doors to us. We look forward to returning to Neepawa in the future.”

The Minnedosa Golf & Country Club recently hosted the 2022 Men’s Senior Four-Ball Championship and 2016 Nott Autocorp Men’s Amateur Qualifier.