• Michelle Kim Wins Canadian Junior Girls Title

    Michelle Kim, Who Picked Up The Trophy For The BC Junior Girls Championship, Now Has The Canadian Junior Girls Title As Well

    by Alfie Lau

    Surrey’s Michelle Kim continued her dream summer by winning the Canadian Junior Girls title at Deer Park Municipal Golf Club in Yorkton, SK.

    Kim’s (-6) total of 286 was two strokes better than fellow Surrey golfer Hannah Lee, who battled a cold to still card a (-4) total of 288. Kim, a member of Golf Canada’s Development Squad, had earlier won the BC Women’s Amateur at Duncan Meadows and the BC Junior Girls at Cordova Bay.

  • Pace Of Play Is Everyone’s Responsibility

    Slow Play Can Be Maddening. But It's Everyone's Responsibility To Overcome - Image Courtesy Golf Canada

    by John Gordon (Golf Canada)

    Not even halfway through your round and you’re hot. Man, are you hot. Sure, the thermometer is in the upper 20s, but it’s not the summer heat that’s frying you. It’s the waiting on every shot. Every shot!

    “Why is that group in front of us so @%#%-ing slow?!”

    Cool down. It just might not be their fault. Or the fault of the groups in front of them.

  • Team BC Wins Inter-Provincial Junior Girls Title In Saskatchewan

    From Left, Akari Hayashi, Michelle Kim And Hannah Lee Comprised Team Bc, Which Won The Inter-Provincial Junior Girls Title In Saskatchewan By 20 Strokes - Image Credit Alfie Lau

    by Alfie Lau

    Team British Columbia has won the Inter-Provincial Junior Girls team championship at the Canadian Junior Girls Championship at Deer Park Golf Course in Yorkton, SK.

    The BC team of Surrey’s Hannah Lee and Michelle Kim, along with Victoria’s Akari Hayashi, posted a two-day total of 7-under par 285 to capture the team championship by 20 strokes.

  • Wise Catches Fire In Final Round To Capture 49th Pacific Coast Amateur, BC’s du Toit T6th

    Aaron Wise Is The 49th Pacific Coast Amateur Champion - Image Courtesy Pacific Coast Golf Association

    via press release

    PACIFIC COAST GOLF ASSOCIATION (Eugene, OR)- University of Oregon Duck Sophomore Aaron Wise of Lake Elsinore, California has etched his name in Pacific Coast Amateur history with an impressive final round at Eugene Country Club in Eugene, Oregon.

    Coming into the final round, Wise sat two strokes back of third round leaders Will Zalatoris of Plano, Texas and Bryson DeChambeau of Clovis, California. Wise got off to a great start, making birdies on holes one and three to get to four under and into a lead he would never relinquish.

    "Today was a great day," stated Wise. "I got off to a hot start just as I had wanted to."

  • Southern California Wins 43rd-Annual Junior America’s Cup At Pine Canyon Club, Team B.C. Comes 4th

    Team California (L-R) – Joseph Chun, Chase Furey, Sam Choi, Kevin Smith And Justin Kim - Image Courtesy JGAA

    FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. — The team from Southern California took top honours at the 43rd-annual Junior America’s Cup held in Flagstaff, Arizona at Pine Canyon Club, July 28-30.

    The team – made up of Sam Choi of Cerritos, Chase Furey of Newport Beach, Justin Kim of Fullerton and Joseph Chun of Irvine – finished at 25-under par for the tournament, 13 strokes clear of the second-place team from Wyoming and 17 strokes ahead of the third-place team from Colorado with Team British Columbia two shots further back.

  • Team Alberta Wins Provincial Championship At Canadian Women’s Amateur Championship, B.C. Finishes Second

    Team Alberta Members (L-R) Sabrine Garrison, Jennifer Ha And Jaclyn Lee Took The Inter-Provincial Women's Championship Title - Image Credit Golf Canada

    Jason St. Jacques/ Golf Canada

    SASKATOON, Sask. – The second round of the 2015 Canadian Women’s Amateur Championship concluded Thursday afternoon at Riverside Country Club with Team Alberta emerging as the Inter-Provincial Women’s Champions and Team British Columbia finishing in second spot.

    Day three of competition started with half of the players teeing off in their second round after play was suspended on Tuesday.

  • John Gallacher Wins BC Senior Championship At Swan-e-Set, Gudmund Lindbjerg Wins Super Senior Championship

    John Gallacher Of Burnaby And The Vancouver Golf Club Won His Second British Columbia Golf Senior Championship At Swan-e-Set Bay Resort In Pitt Meadows. Gallacher Had Won Previously In 2007 - Image Credit Alfie Lau

    by Alfie Lau

    It’s been eight years since John Gallacher first won the British Columbia Golf Senior Championship and that drought came to an end Thursday when he beat Doug Roxburgh by four strokes for his second senior’s title at Swan-e-Set Bay Resort.

  • John Gallacher Leads By 3 At BC Senior Championship At Swan-e-Set

    John Gallacher Of Burnaby And The Vancouver Golf Club Holds A Three-Stroke Lead Heading Into The Final Round Of The British Columbia Golf Senior And Super Senior Championships At Swan-e-Set Bay Resort In Pitt Meadows - Image Credit Alfie Lau

    by Alfie Lau

    On a day when no under-par rounds were recorded during Round 2 of the British Columbia Golf Senior and Super Senior Championships at Swan-e-Set Bay Resort in Pitt Meadows, it was the even-par round of 72 that staked The Vancouver Golf Club’s John Gallacher to a three-stroke lead.

    The Burnaby product sits at (-2) 142, three strokes clear of the group at (+1) 145 that includes two-time defending champion Doug Roxburgh, 2012 champion Sandy Harper and Summerland’s Len Filek.

    The 54-hole championship runs until Thursday, with the final round set to begin at 7:30 a.m.

  • John Gallacher And Len Filek Share First-Round Lead At BC Senior Championship at Swan-e-Set

    John Gallacher Shot A (-2) Round Of 70 During The Opening Round Of The BC Senior Men’s Golf Championship At Swan-e-Set - Image Credit Alfie Lau

    by Alfie Lau

    John Gallacher of Burnaby and Summerland’s Len Filek share the lead at (-2) 70 after Round 1 of the British Columbia Golf Senior and Super Senior Championships at Swan-e-Set Bay Resort in Pitt Meadows. The 54-hole championship runs until Thursday, with Round 2 set to begin at 7:30 a.m. Wednesday.

    Gallacher, who won the BC Senior Men’s Championship in 2007, started out with a birdie on his opening hole and added five more during his round to go with only four bogeys.

  • Rain Postpones Opening Round Of Canadian Women’s Amateur

    The British Columbia Golf Team Of, From Left, Gloria Choi, Taylor Kim And Michelle Kim, Posed For A Team Shot Before The Opening Round Of The Canadian Women’s Amateur At The Riverside Country Club In Saskatoon, Sk. The First Round Was Postponed Because Of Rain And Organizers Hope To Get The 105 Golfers Out For 36 Holes On Wednesday - Image Credit Golf Canada

    by Alfie Lau

    Heavy rainfall and unplayable course conditions forced the postponement of the first round of the 2015 Canadian Women’s Amateur Championship at Riverside Country Club in Saskatoon, SK.


    The first round of play will begin on July 29 at 7 a.m. CST with revised tee times. Round two will also see a revised draw and is slated to begin following the completion of the first round. Pairings for rounds one and two will remain the same as the original groupings.

  • Wyoming Blitzes Back Nine For Share Of Lead With Oregon After Round One, BC Team Just Two Shots Back In Junior Americas Cup

    FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. – Absent from the top of the leaderboard for most of the day, the team from Wyoming blistered the back nine with nine birdies, one eagle and only three bogies to move into a two-way tie for the lead with Oregon after the first round of the 43rd-annual Junior America’s Cup.

    They finished the day with a 10-under-par 206, two strokes ahead of British Columbia and three strokes ahead of Southern California.

  • Colton Yates Leads BC’s Jared du Toit By One After Round One At Pacific Coast Amateur Golf Championship

    Kimberley BC's Jared du Toit Continues To Play Well After Capturing The British Columbia Men's Amateur Just Over 10 Days Ago, Sitting In Second Spot At The 49th Pacific Coast Amateur Championship - Image Courtesy British Columbia Golf

    PACIFIC COAST GOLF ASSOCIATION (Eugene, OR)- Colton Yates, a soon-to-be Junior on the Colorado State University Men's Golf Team, set the first round pace at the 49th Pacific Coast Amateur Championship hosted by the par 70, 6,975-yard Eugene Country Club in Eugene, Oregon.

  • Canadian Women's Amateur Tees Off In Saskatoon

    Augusta James Won The 2014 Canadian Women's Amateur Title - Image Courtesy Golf Canada

    Riverside Country Club is proud to be hosting the 2015 Canadian Women’s Amateur in Saskatoon from July 27 - 31, 2015.

    Conducted by Golf Canada and with presenting sponsors such as RBC, Titleist, Footjoy and CP, the Canadian Women’s Amateur Championship is the premier women’s event in Canada.

  • 43rd Junior America’s Cup Under Way

    The Junior Golf Association of Arizona (JGAA) is hosting the 43rd-annual Junior America’s Cup July 26-30 at Pine Canyon Club in Flagstaff, Ariz.

    The competition brings together an elite international field of 18 teams made up of the top four boys representing 12 Western States, Mexico and Canada (Click Here to see teams and rosters).

  • 2015 Girls Junior Americas Cup Under Way

    British Columbia Is Just One Of The 18 Teams Taking Part In The 2015 Girls Junior Americas Cup Competition - Image Courtesy GJAC

    Some of the best young golfers from the Western U.S., Mexico and Canada are teeing off in Cheyenne July 26-30.

    For the first time ever, the Cheyenne Country Club is playing host to the Girls Junior America’s Cup (GJAC). The international golf tournament features 18 teams made up of four 14-17 year old girls.

  • Prestigious Pacific Coast Amateur Golf Championship Visits Eugene Country Club

    The University of Washington’s Corey Pereira Won The 48th Pacific Coast Amateur Championship - Image courtesy PCGA

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

    Robert Trent Jones-Designed Course Plays Host To 84 Top-Ranked International Amateur Golfers; Championship Consists Of 72-Holes Of Stroke Play Over Four Days Of Competition; Six Oregonians Slated To Compete On Home Soil

    PACIFIC COAST GOLF ASSOCIATION (Eugene, OR)- The 49th installment of the Pacific Coast Amateur Championship, hosted by the Oregon Golf Association, will take place at the historic Eugene Country Club in Eugene, Oregon from July 28th-31st, 2015.

  • Roxburgh Goes For Three-Peat At Men’s Senior Championship At Swan-e-Set

    Doug Roxburgh Will Be Trying To Win His Third Straight BC Senior Men’s Championship At Swan-e-Set Bay Resort & Country Club From July 27-30 - Image Credit Alfie Lau

    by Alfie Lau

    Fresh off the disappointment of missing only his second cut in 49 BC Amateur tournaments, Marine Drive’s Doug Roxburgh will be trying to win his third consecutive BC Senior Men’s Championship at Swan-e-Set Bay Resort & Country Club from July 27-30.

  • British Columbia Golf Announces Eddie Hogan Team

    Roy Kang, Seen Here At The BC Amateur At Fairview Mountain, Is Part Of The BC Team Playing The Eddie Hogan Cup In Portland In August - Image Credit Alfie Lau

    by Alfie Lau

    They are four of the province’s most promising young golfers and from Aug. 7 to 9, they’ll be representing BC at the 47th Eddie Hogan Cup Team Matches at the Riverside Golf & Country Club in Portland, OR.

    Roy Kang of Seymour, Sy Lovan of Capilano, Daniel Sun of the Lab@Northview and Andy Kim of the Wolfpack – and playing out of Redwoods in Langley – comprise the u-17 BC team which will try to wrest the team title away from the 2014 champions, Northern California.

  • Jared du Toit Wins 113th BC Amateur At Fairview Mountain

    Jared du Toit Holds Bostock Trophy Emblematic Of The British Columbia Men's Amateur Champion - Image Credit Alfie Lau

    by Alfie Lau

    OLIVER, BC (July 17) - For four days, Jared du Toit proudly sported his 2013 Champion bag that he earned for winning the 2013 BC Junior Boys title in a playoff over Jordan Lu and Kevin Vigna.

    Now he can put that into storage because he has a 2015 Champion bag which signifies his win at the 113th BC Amateur at Fairview Mountain.

  • British Columbia Golf Announces Girls Junior America's Cup Team

    Shirin Anjarwalla, Seen Above Playing At The BC Women’s Amateur Earlier This Month, Is Part Of The British Columbia Team Heading To Cheyenne, Wyoming For The Girls Junior America’s Cup July 27-30 - Image Credit Alfie Lau

    by Alfie Lau

    It’s almost time for the Girls Junior America’s Cup and the British Columbia team of Shirin Anjarwalla, Mary Parsons, Tiegan Taylor and Natalie Chu will be leaving for Cheyenne, Wyoming on July 24.

    The U-17 will be led by non-playing captain Pat Thompson and the team members were given their uniforms after the BC Junior Girls Championship at Cordova Bay in Victoria.