Thank you
To the diverse array of facility owners, operators, shareholders, 
municipalities, various park staff and members, thank you for offering the unique golf experiences for residents and visitors to Saskatchewan who enjoy playing golf.  To the players, thank you for teeing it up and supporting the facilities both locally and away from home. We hope you have enjoyed the 2018 golf season in Saskatchewan, and we hope to see you back on the links with your current friends and family as well as those who you will assist to join you in 2019. Until then, keep it in the short 

Brian Lee
Executive Director
Golf Saskatchewan

As the season comes to a close, we want to extend a heartfelt thank you to all of our long-time members and member clubs of Golf Saskatchewan. Your support is truly appreciated. Thank you to all of the new member clubs that joined in 2018: Carlyle Golf Club, Birch Hills Golf Club, Flowing Springs Golf Greens & Shields Golf Course. We look forward to your continued support in 2019.

If you would like information on any of our programs or benefits of membership, please contact Candace Dunham: or 306-975-0850.

Candace Dunham
Manager, Member Services
Golf Saskatchewan

I would personally like to thank the golf clubs who hosted our provincial championships. Each facility manager/golf professional/superintendent went above and beyond to ensure the respective event was exceptional from start to finish. 

- Harbor Golf Resort
-Moonlake Golf & Country Club
-Dakota Dunes Golf Links
-Golf Kenosee
-Hidden Hills of Shellbrook
-Elk Ridge Golf resort 

Also, I would like to thank our staff, sponsors, and rules officials for volunteering their time to add value to our championships. 

A final thank you to all of the competitors that play in our championships. I look forward to passing the trophy to you next season!

Steve Ryde
Manager, Sport, Development, Tournaments 
Golf Saskatchewan

Mixed Championship Review

20th Mixed Team Championship

Elk Ridge Resort - 36-hole championship

Winners: Kathy Ziglo & Ian Larocque 136 - Saskatoon 

Runner Ups: Kathy Hophner & Brent Wotypka 142 - Swift Current

Third Place: Kayla & Cory Sawchuk -145 - Prince Albert

Recap of the 20th Mixed Championship

Golf's New Rules 
Effective, Jan. 1, 2019 the USGA is implementing several rule changes in golf. We will have a number of publications outlining the alterations moving forward. Here are some of the more significant changes going into the new year in a fun, illustrated explanation.

Pace of Play - it is recommended a player is ready to play and takes no more than 40 seconds to play her/his shot. This includes putting on a glove, taking information regarding hole location, wind direction etc. Ready golf is encouraged provided it is safe to play in stroke play. Maximum Score - defined by the Committee under local rule. Player has an option to putt with the flagstick in the green when the ball is on the putting green.
As you can see by the picture, these items are what most players do when they regularly golf.
Time for Ball search has been reduced to 3 minutes. (saving 2 minutes per ball search). This one should assist in moving the pace of play along.

TaylorMade Canada                           Adidas Golf Canada

The above items may improve your game and make you feel better on the course. 
About Golf Saskatchewan
As the governing body of amateur golf in Saskatchewan, our mission is to grow participation in, and passion for golf while upholding the integrity of the game.


Golf Saskatchewan
510 Cynthia St
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan S7L 7K7
Golf Saskatchewan
(306) 975-0850

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