Originating in 1999, with four member clubs, the not-for-profit Senior Ryder Cup is Canada’s largest team golf competition. In 2022, more than 2000 players from 156 clubs participated.
Close to 2000 players are participating including most of Ontario’s leading male senior amateur golfers.
Gordon added ‘this is the next stage of our controlled expansion of the SRC competition which will see the number of participating clubs capped at 200, within six regions, for the 2023 season.
They were followed by Kitchener’s Deer Ridge Golf Club team that earned 17 points while Fort Erie’s Bridgewater Golf Club team held down third spot with 16 points.
London, Ontario (October 30, 2020) – Gene Gordon, President of the Senior Ryder Cup www.seniorrydercup.com Canada’s largest senior men’s team golf competition, announced that the SRC Board have approved the addition of eighteen new member Clubs bringing to 168 the number of Golf Clubs that will compete for the Art Stead SRC championship trophy in […]
This is the next stage of our controlled expansion of the SRC competition which will see the number of participating clubs capped at 170, within the existing five regions, for the 2021 season.
2020 would have seen expansion of 24 new clubs bringing participation to a record 152 member clubs.