First Tee National Golf League

National Golf League supports of First Tee – Canada

With the 2023 golf season in the rear view mirror, it’s time to look back on some of the endeavours both on and off the course Golf Manitoba, Golf Canada and its members accomplished.

New this season was the BDO National Golf League, a nationwide, season-long competition created by Golf Canada to enhance the league experience for men, women, and junior players.

For results, including the regional qualifier held at Southwood Golf & Country Club, click here.

In addition to enhancing your existing league experience, participation in the BDO National Golf League supports First Tee – Canada, a youth development program striving to bring accessible and inclusive pathways to golf participation at schools, community centres, and golf courses across the country.

There is no registration fee to play in the BDO National Golf League. Instead we’re asking every participating player for a $50 tax-deductible donation to their province’s First Tee chapter. All donations will stay within your province, so you can feel good knowing that your gift will help youth right here at home.

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St. Charles, St. Boniface & Glen Lea members advance to Ontario following National Golf League Regional Final

12 two person teams gathered at Southwood Golf & Country Club for the inaugural BDO National Golf League Regional Final.

Throughout this past season, players from participating member clubs Elmhurst Golf & Country Club, Glen Lea Golf Club, Glendale Golf & Country Club, Kenora Golf & Country Club, St. Boniface Golf Club, St. Charles Country Club and Southwood Golf & Country Club qualified for a chance to compete in the Regional Final looking to secure a once in a lifetime, all expenses paid trip to play in the BDO National Golf League Championship just prior to the 2024 RBC Canadian Open.

Using the modified stableford scoring system, Curtis Markusson and Josh Blatt from St. Charles finished in first place with 42 points, one point better than Brett Charette and Nicolas Hince of St. Boniface.

Daniel Beaupre and Benoit Mowbry of Glen Lea needed one playoff hole to eliminate clubmates Sam Vopni and Rob Zihrul to win the final birth to Ontario.

About the National Golf League

The BDO National Golf League is a nationwide, season-long competition created by Golf Canada to enhance the league experience for men, women, and junior players. The league is open to all existing recreational golf leagues and provides opportunities to compete in a BDO National Golf League regular season, regional playoffs, and a national championship.

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