Team Manitoba

About The Team

Golf Manitoba provides enhanced training, development, and competitive opportunities for both aspiring and accomplished junior female and male athletes from the Golf Manitoba region.

The Team Manitoba program is 9-months in scope and encompasses fitness, sports psychology, nutrition, technique, equipment management and regional, multi-sport, and national level competition. Leaders in the field of sport science have been a part of building the program and continue in the ongoing execution of the program from the perspective of mental performance coaching, strength and conditioning, equipment as well as planning and periodization.

Each player receives a personalized program tailored towards his or her needs and in turn each team member is expected to be fully committed to the program with the goal of trying to achieve their best as athletes and golfers.

Development Focus

Emphasis for golfers in this program will be placed on the Learn to Compete and Train to Compete stages of Golf Canada Long Term Player Development Guide.

Mission, Vision & Values

The mission of the Team Manitoba program is to provide world-class coaching programs and development opportunities for aspiring and accomplished junior golfers to help them succeed both in golf and in life.

Through our vision, we will be a leader in golf performance excellence helping our athletes to realize their full potential. Team Manitoba program values:

Program Goals


To be considered for Team Manitoba athletes must:

Team Selection

  • Junior Boys

    Two teams will be chosen each year (up to 25 athletes) based on the following criteria:

    • The top three eligible junior golfers from the Manitoba Junior will automatically be selected to the team
    • Manitoba Junior Boys Championship results
    • Nott Autocorp Men’s Amateur Championship Results
    • NextGen Prairie Championship
    • Maple Leaf Junior Tour events may be considered

  • Junior Girls

    The selection of athletes to the girl’s development program will be based on the following criteria:

    • Junior Girls who compete in Golf Manitoba, NextGen and Maple Leaf Junior Tour events will be given priority for the program
    • Junior Girls who compete in Home Club Events

Additional Consideration:

In addition to golf results, consideration will be given to those athletes who meet the following qualitative criteria:

Coaching Staff

  • Bri-ann Tokariwski, PGA of Canada
    Head Coach, Team Manitoba – Junior Girls

    Coach Tokariwski has been involved in golf since the age of 6. She is a 3-time Manitoba Provincial Amateur Champion, four-time Manitoba Match Play Champion and ten-time Manitoba Provincial Team Member. Bri-ann participated in the inauguration of the Junior Girls Development Program when she was a junior and learned so much from the program. Following graduating from the University of the Cumberlands (Kentucky) on a golf scholarship in 2015, Bri-ann joined Elmhurst Golf and Country Club’s staff. She joined the PGA of Canada in 2017. Bri-ann was named a four-time PGA of Canada Manitoba Zone Apprentice Professional of the Year (2018-2021) Since joining, she has found a passion for working with juniors and helping them with their golf journey. Her main focus is showing young girls they can do anything they set their minds to.

  • Sean Murray, PGA of Canada
    Head Coach, Team Manitoba – Junior Boys

    Sean turned Professional with the PGA of Canada in 2012, and has spent his last 10 years working in Manitoba, Alberta, and Quebec. He is the current Junior and Instructional Coordinator at St. Charles Country Club. In 2017, he won the PGA of Alberta Assistant of the Year, the PGA of Canada Moe Norman Award (National Assistant of the Year), and was also a finalist for Teacher of the Year within the PGA of Alberta. While at The Royal Montreal Golf Club, Sean was the finalist for Junior Leader of the Year in 2020 and 2021. Sean is certified in many programs, and has shadowed some of the worlds most influential instructors.

  • Garth Goodbrandson, PGA of Canada
    Assistant Coach, Team Manitoba – Junior Boys

Team Manitoba 2023

  • Girls Team


    • Armaan Dhillon
    • Addison Kartusch
    • Jenna King
    • Cala Korman
    • Payton Oakden
    • India Young
    • Crystal Zamzow


    • Kiera Krahn
    • Gracie McMillan
    • Erin Nowicki
    • Annika Russell
    • Maisey Shewchuk


    • Sadie Blazeiko
    • Bree Farmer
    • Annika Gording
    • Lily MacGregor
    • Angelina Sitarz
  • Boys Team


    • Adam Blair
    • Brayden Boge
    • Grady Chuback
    • Jackson Delaurier
    • Hunnie Hudson
    • Carson Inman
    • Kaleb Lambert
    • Spence Mott
    • Terrence Rafferty
    • Jacob Taweel
    • Jack Taylor
    • Payne Wood


    • Owen Conrad
    • Xavier Delaquis
    • Brayden Gregg
    • Chance Gregg
    • Aris Mercury
    • Hunter Oakden
    • Austin Tuktaluk
    • Forest Wiebe