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GolfBC announces a major WEBSITE RE-LAUNCH!

Our NEW web presence offers individual dedicated websites for each of our golf courses, on a mobile-friendly platform! Read on to find out what's new!!
1st February, 2019eNews

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Henderson’s win should be a boon for women’s golf

Brooke Henderson’s win at the CP Women’s Open in Regina truly was something special. Not only for Henderson, but hopefully also for the future of women’s golf in Canada. You couldn’t help but notice that among the huge gallery following Henderson in her final round at Wascana Country Club were a number of young children. Many of them girls. What a role model they now have in Henderson, who celebrates her 21st birthday on Sept. 10.
1st September, 2018Brad Ziemer, Guest Contributor

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Open and shut: The Canadian Open doesn’t figure to be back in Vancouver any time soon

Brad Ziemer reflects on the 2011 RBC Canadian Open, which was held at Shaughnessy Golf & Country Club in Vancouver. "I thought the tournament would have returned to Shaughnessy by now, especially given the almost universal praise the course received from the PGA Tour players back in 2011 and before that in 2005. But now I’m not sure if it will ever be back" ...
1st August, 2018Brad Ziemer, Guest Contributor

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July means it’s OPEN season in Scotland and here at home

Some random thoughts as we head into what will be a very busy month of golf in July: from the Open Championship and the RBC Canadian Open to "Amateur Hour" throughout the province.
1st July, 2018Brad Ziemer, Guest Contributor

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Kimberley’s Jared du Toit grabs halfway lead at GolfBC Championship

Jared du Toit and birdies just seem to go together at Gallagher’s Canyon. Playing in the final group of the day at the GolfBC Championship, the 23-year-old second-year pro from Kimberley shot a five-under par 66 Friday to grab the 36-hole lead at 11-under par.
15th June, 2018Brad Ziemer, GolfBC Championship Correspondent

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