Volunteer Recognition

Each year British Columbia Golf recognizes volunteers who have made extraordinary contributions to the sport of golf in British Columbia.

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Victoria's Leslie Crawford Recieves The Presidents Award For Her Volunteer Work In Golf At The 2017 Sport BC AOY Awards. On Her Right Is The Hon. Peter Fassbender, Minister Of Sport For The Province Of BC And To Her Left Is British Columbia Golf President, Patrick Kelly

Distinguished Service Awards

The Distinguished Service Award recognizes volunteers who have made a significant contribution to amateur golf at the club, zone or provincial level. A maximum of two volunteers are honoured each year. 

On June 8th of 2017 Alice Samworth (Below, Middle) was recognized with the Distinguished Service Award in a special ceremony held at the BC Golf House Museum attended by many of her friends, peers and members of British Columbia Golf as well as BC Golf Museum president Ann Warrender and curator Michael Riste.

Alice is seen here receiving a bouquet of flowers from the Zone Special Awards Co-ordinater Barb Silvester (Left) and longtime Zone and BC Golf Board Member Helen Steeves (Right).

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Click here to view past Distinguished Service Award recipients

2019 Distinguished Service Award Form

Volunteer Recognition Awards

The Volunteer Recognition Awards recognize volunteers who have made a significant contribution to amateur golf at the club or zone level. A maximum of 16 volunteers (two per zone) are honoured each year. View the list of past recipients.

2018 Volunteer Recognition Form

Samples of past nomination forms

ZonAward Winners

The Zone 6 Pin, DOF and Provincial Pin Winner for 2016 is Sue Benson of Arrowsmith Golf Club. Congratulations Sue!