The quest to crown our provincial champions in  eight different events is now underway. The Women's Amateur Championship began at Moon Lake Golf and Country Club with 14 of the province's best lady golfers taking part. (A 56 per cent increase from 2018). Carla Odnokon out of the Saskatoon Golf and Country Club is the reigning champion. You can follow along with the scoring here.

Next up is the Junior Girls and Boys Championships at Nipawin's Evergreen Golf Course from July 9 - 11.

The Men's Amateur Championship and Mid-Am Championship are simultaneous at the Saskatoon Golf and Country Club from July 16 - 18.

The 100th Senior Men's Championship will be held at the Royal Regina Golf Club from Aug. 6 - 8. The Senior Women's Championship will be held on the same dates at the RRGC.

The Women's Rosebowl is taking place at the Lynbrook Golf Club in Moose Jaw on Aug. 21 and 22.

Lastly, the Mixed Provincial Championship will be at Golf Kenosee on Aug. 24 and 25.

All the registration details is on our website.

The Future Lunks driven by Acura returned to Saskatchewan this year and was hosted by Deer Park Municipal Golf Course in Yorkton. 

Over 60 competitors from Toronto to Vancouver took part in the junior event. Reigning Saskatchewan Junior Champion Josh Nagy (Riverside CC) won the boys division  and received an exemption into the Canadian Junior Boy's Championship. 

Hyeji Yang of Langley, B.C. was the girl's winner. Regina's Autumn Neiszner placed fourth to also receive exemption into the Canadian Junior Girl's Championship.

Read more here.


Saskatchewan is lucky enough to be hosting a pair of top quality athletic events later this summer. The Western Canada Summer Games are coming to Swift Current from Aug. 9 - 18. Ten 16 and under golfers (five boys, five girls) will compete in the event. The golf teams will be named following the provincial championships held July 9 - 11 at Nipawin's Evergreen Golf Course. More information on the WCSG can be seen on their website.
The Tony Cote Summer Games are also taking place this July, from the 14 to 19. The Flying Dust First Nation, near Meadow Lake will play host to the event featuring top Indigenous athletes from across Saskatchewan. 13 Tribal Councils from across the province will send athletes to the Games. Each Council is eligible to send four boys and four girls as part of their golf teams. More details on the Games can be found here.

Golf Canada Gold memberships are now available throu gh  our local club or  as a public player.  Member benefits are plentiful including club mishap insurance, golf cart issues and online scoring features. 
Members who are getting a renewal notice can contact their club to be renewed or renew through the public players club if they are not a member at a club anymore. 

You can learn more  here.


Over 150 new Rules of Golf were implemented for the start of the 2019 golf season.

Golf Canada has rules books available for sale through their website.

You can purchase your copy 

Registration is also open for Golf Canada's national championships.
Players have a chance to play for Team Saskatchewan at the Canadian events and through quota spots through their performances at the provincial events but you can play in the events if you meet the national golf body's eligibility requirements.
Some important points to consider:
  • The sooner you register, the better chance you have of holding a spot as a back-up in case you do not play well in Saskatchewan events.
  • Your credit card is not processed unless you are entered/accepted into the event.
  • If you direct enter to a Golf Canada event, are accepted and do not play in a Golf Saskatchewan event, you are not eligible to receive the National Athlete Assistance subsidy.
The list and registration details for the national events can be found here.


At Golf Saskatchewan we're constantly trying to generate initiatives to promote the sport among youth. 

We're asking member clubs to provide details on their own programs they have in place to generate the next wave of golfers in Saskatchewan.

Contact us at 1.306.975.0834 for details on what we can do to assist your club with potential funding and programs.


Golf Saskatchewan, along with countless supporters are bringing Golf in School kits to schools across the province. 

We are asking member clubs to share this program and opportunities with schools in their region.

Read more here about the benefits first hand from a Phys. Ed. teacher in Saskatoon.

We have an abundance of women's golf programs and events scheduled for this year once again.

You could run A Golf Fore the Cure event at your club and assist in raising hundreds of thousands of dollars for cancer research.  More details and dates of events can be found here.


Do you want to showcase your club champions?

Golf Saskatchewan has a "Club Champions" page that we use to highlight the great year players had on their home tracks. 

You can see the page here, there is also a form linked to send to us and we will post your champions!


None of us are likely going to be as fortunate as Taylor Afseth who hit three hole in ones in a 12 day span last season but we want to showcase golfers that do hit that once in a lifetime shot!

If you do hit an ace this season and are a Gold Member, send us your information to cdunham@golfsk.org and we will add you to the club!

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Saskatoon, Saskatchewan S7L 7K7
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