• 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


    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.

  • Richmond Country Club’s Renovations Key To Its Future Success

    Richmond CC President Dana Prince Is Proud Of The $5.5 Million In Renovations Made To The Club To Give Its Members Even More Value For Its Membership Dues - Image Credit Alfie Lau

    by Alfie Lau

    Imagine this scene: Kids running from playing tennis to the pool while their parents finish their round of golf before the entire family eats dinner on an outdoor patio.

    No, that’s not a typical summer vacation, that’s what happens every day at the Richmond Country Club as it continually re-invents and transforms itself into one of the most inclusive golf and athletic clubs in the Lower Mainland.

  • JGAA Hosts 43rd-Annual Junior America’s Cup July 26-30 At Pine Canyon Club

    18 Teams Representing 12 States, Mexico And Canada Compete In Prestigious Junior Golf Tournament

    PHOENIX — 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 (teams and rosters below).

  • 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.

  • Jared du Toit Leads 113th BC Amateur By 4 Strokes Over Stu Macdonald

    Jared Du Toit, Left, Walks With Stu Macdonald During The Third Round Of The BC Amateur At Fairview Mountain. Du Toit Started The Day One Stroke Behind And Ended Up Four Ahead. The Two Will Play In The Final Group On Friday With Ian Kim - Image Credit Alfie Lau

    by Alfie Lau

    OLIVER, BC (July 16) – Jared du Toit rained down four birdies in his last five holes at Fairview Mountain Thursday afternoon to take a commanding four-stroke lead into the final round of the BC Amateur Championship.

  • BC Well Represented At IMG Academy Junior World Championships

    Top Canadian Juniors Are Representing The Country Down In San Diego At The IMG Academy World Junior Golf Championships And British Columbia Has Its Fair Share Of Competitors Along - Image Courtesy CJGA

    SAN DIEGO, California (CJGA) — This week from July 14 - 17th, Canada’s top young aspiring golfers are competing in the prestigious IMG Academy Junior World Golf Championships on nine golf courses around the San Diego area. This year, Canada will once again be well represented with 51 outstanding junior golfers.

  • CN Future Links Kicks Off Community Tour in Kamloops Region with 15 Golf in Schools Adoptions

    CN Reaches 135 Golf In Schools Adoptions Since 2013 As Part Of Their Dedication To Junior Golf And The Community - Image Courtesy Golf Canada

    CN and Golf Canada announced the continuation of CN’s school adoption program this year in Kamloops as an extension of their dedication to junior golf through the CN Future Links Community Tour.

    Close to 50 students from both Sk’elep School of Excellence and Pinantan Lake Elementary celebrated with a CN Future Links Field Trip event at Mount Paul Golf Course in honour of CN’s recent adoption of 15 local schools in the Kamloops region. Students received lessons in safety, putting, driving and chipping from Head Professional, Danny Latten.

  • Stu Macdonald Shoots 66, Leads 113th BC Amateur By One Over Jared du Toit

    Stu Macdonald, Left, And Brayden Eriksen, Right, Both Had (-6) Rounds Of 66 Wednesday At Fairview Mountain And Will Play In The Final Group During Round 3 Thursday. Macdonald Leads Jared Du Toit By One Stroke - Image Credit Alfie Lau

    by Alfie Lau

    OLIVER, BC (July 15) - Point Grey Golf & Country Club’s Stu Macdonald made an eagle on his final shot of the day en route to a (-6) round of 66 that has him leading the 113th BC Amateur at Fairview Mountain with a (-9) 135 score.

    Macdonald overhauled first-round co-leader Jared du Toit, who had a second consecutive day of (-4) 68 to sit at (-8) 136. Macdonald had 115 yards to go on the par-4 9th and hit his 54-degree wedge shot to 5 feet and then watched it roll into the cup for a closing eagle.

  • Jared du Toit, Ian Kim and Conner Kozak Share Lead After Round One of 113th BC Amateur At Fairview Mountain

    Jared du Toit Is One Of Three Co-Leaders At The 113th BC Amateur At Fairview Mountain After He Shot A (-4) Round Of 68 - Image Credit Alfie Lau

    by Alfie Lau

    The first round of the 113th BC Amateur Championship at Fairview Mountain is in the books and while three players, Jared du Toit, Ian Kim and Conner Kozak share the lead at (-4) 68, there’s six players within one stroke and 17 players who shot under par.

    With three rounds still to go in the 72-hole stroke play tournament, it’s still anybody’s tournament to win.

  • Patrick Murphy And AJ Armstrong Bring Team Canada And Alberta Flavour To BC Amateur At Fairview Mountain

    AJ Anderson, Left, And Patrick Murphy, Right, Are Team Canada Development Team Members Who Will Be Teeing It Up At Fairview Mountain For The BC Amateur This Week - Image Credit Alfie Lau

    by Alfie Lau

    They’re two Alberta teenage golfers with very bright futures. Patrick Murphy and AJ Armstrong, both members of Team Canada’s Development Squad, are playing in Oliver this week as they try to add the prestigious British Columbia Amateur title to their already impressive resumes.

  • BC's Jared du Toit Off To Arizona State

    Jared du Toit Poses With Fairview Mountain Executive Professional Brian McDonald Prior To His Practice Round For The BC Amateur - Image Credit Alfie Lau

    by Alfie Lau

    Two years ago, when Jared du Toit was graduating from Selkirk Secondary, he didn’t have many options for his post-secondary golf career.

    It was a stroke of good luck that John Means at Idaho saw something in du Toit and got two solid seasons out of his leader. Not only did du Toit lead the Vandals in scoring (69.61), he won three times in his sophomore season.

    Means also told du Toit he was in the top two or three players he’s ever coached and not only did Means mean that, he knew that it might be time to let du Toit spread his wings.

    And those wings will take du Toit to Tempe, AZ this August, where he’s transferring from Idaho to Arizona State for his junior season.

  • Presenting The BC Aboriginal Provincial Golf Camp And Championships

    The Aboriginal Sport, Recreation & Physical Activity Partners Council is pleased to present the BC Aboriginal Provincial Golf Camp & Championships, which take place from August 6-8, 2015 at the Musqueam Golf & Learning Centre in Vancouver, BC and are hosted by the Musqueam First Nation.

  • 27 Golfers Qualify From Supplemental Into Field At 113th British Columbia Amateur At Fairview Mountain

    Tony Ko Of Simon Fraser University Was One Of Two Golfers Who Shot The Low Round During Sunday’s Supplemental Into The 113Th British Columbia Amateur. A total of 27 players qualified for the tournament - Image Credit Alfie Lau


    by Alfie Lau


    On an overcast and sometimes rainy day at Fairview Mountain Golf Club in Oliver, 27 amateur golfers booked their place into the 113th British Columbia Amateur Championship, running from July 14-17.

  • Contenders Ready To Tackle Fairview Mountain For British Columbia Amateur

    Roy Kang, Left, And Ziggy Nathu, Relax On Sunday Before Getting Ready To Compete For The British Columbia Amateur Title At Fairview Mountain Starting Tuesday - Image Credit Alfie Lau

    by Alfie Lau

    As the field comes into focus for the 113th British Columbia Amateur Championship at Fairview Mountain, it’s clear the best young golfers in the province and beyond will be fighting tooth-and-nail to be holding the Bostock Trophy on Friday afternoon.

  • Michelle Kim Wins BC Junior Girls Championship At Cordova Bay By Nine Strokes

    Michelle Kim Lifts The Bc Junior Girls Trophy, The Second British Columbia Golf Trophy She's Won In Two Weeks - Image Credit Alfie Lau

    by Alfie Lau

    Michelle Kim may be running out of room in her trophy case. The 17-year-old Surrey native won her second straight British Columbia Golf event with an overpowering final day at Cordova Bay Golf Course. Kim shot a (-4) round of 69 to finish at (-4) 288 to beat 12-year-old Akari Hayashi by nine strokes.

  • Jake Scarrow Overcomes Five Stroke Deficit, Wins BC Junior Boys Championship At Park Meadows In Osoyoos

    Jake Scarrow Overcame A Five-Shot Third-Round Deficit To Win The BC Junior Boys Championship In Osoyoos On Friday. Scarrow Also Earned A Spot In Next Week's BC Amateur At Fairview Mountain - Image Credit BC Golf

    by Alfie Lau

    LAB@Northview golfer Jake Scarrow overcame a five-stroke deficit in just 10 holes to win the British Columbia Junior Boys' Championship Presented by Canadian Direct Insurance at the Park Meadows Course at the Osoyoos Golf Club.

    The incoming University of Idaho freshman shot a final round (-3) 69 to finish at (-13) 275 and beat second- and third-round leader Zaahidali (Ziggy) Nathu by two strokes.

  • Michelle Kim and Akari Hayashi Tied For Lead After Round 3 Of BC Junior Girls At Cordova Bay

    Michelle Kim, In White, Watches As Akari Hayashi, In Purple Tees Off During Round 3 Of The BC Junior Girls Championship At Cordova Bay. Hayashi And Kim Are Now Tied For The Lead, As Kim Made Up Four Strokes On Her Younger Competitor - Image Credit Alfie Lau

    by Alfie Lau

    12-year-old Akari Hayashi may have blinked, but she’s still tied for the lead with 17-year-old Michelle Kim after Round 3 of the British Columbia Golf Junior Girls Championship at Cordova Bay in Victoria.