Team Canada’s Junior Girls – made up of Nicole Gal (Oakville, ON), Michelle Liu (Vancouver, BC), and Yeji Kwon (Port Coquitlam, BC) – secured a well-deserved top-3 finish of their own.
The UBC golf team did it again, completing the four-division sweep at the 2022 Canadian University/College Championship, cementing their status as a dynasty in Canadian collegiate golf.
“In making this gift, we believe in the renewed vision of Golf Canada’s high-performance program and hope that others will come forward to join us in this journey.”
“Salimah’s exceptional impact on the players in our women’s program has been evident since the day she joined the Team Canada coaching staff,” said Golf Canada Chief Sport Officer, Kevin Blue.
“We believe that sport has the power to build character, teach valuable life lessons, and provide opportunities for young people to grow, and we are excited to work with Golf Canada to provide First Tee and Youth on Course programming across the country.”
The partnership positions Johnsonville as the exclusive supplier of sausage products – including their signature bratwurst – at Canada’s National Open Golf Championships beginning in 2022.
“Watching world-class golf and enjoying a premium cold beer is a perfect compliment to celebrate summer festival season.
The Golf Canada Foundation is also proud to announce Maude-Aimée LeBlanc and Stuart Macdonald as the recipients of the Emerging Professional Player of the Year Award,
Highlights include the Canadian Men’s Mid-Amateur Championship, which will be held August 23-26 at The Thornhill Club. The club is celebrating its 100th anniversary this season.