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British Columbia Golf is committed to developing a well-rounded performance program as supported by the Long Term Player Development framework for golf in Canada. As stated in the 2022-2025 strategic plan of the Association, the goal of the Player Performance program is to Increase the number of competitive golfers and enhance their performance in BC, in order to develop Canada’s best players. ​

BC players and teams are systematically achieving national and international results at the highest levels of competitions through the core values of British Columbia Golf: ethical practices, inclusiveness, respectful and responsive programs and services. These services provide the guidance and benchmarks required to support the elite golfer effectively on the technical development pathway to enhanced excellence.

For information regarding British Columbia Golf Teams & Performance Camps etc, please contact Managing Director of Player Development, Debbie Pyne, at or (604) 279-2580 x206.


Competition & Rules

Each year, British Columbia Golf conducts 14 provincial championships that provide the highest level of competition for amateur golfers of all ages. More than 1,700 amateur golfers compete in British Columbia Golf sanctioned competitions each year.

The top players from the Amateur, Women’s Amateur, Senior Men’s and Senior Women’s Amateur (which also include a Super & Super-Super Senior category), Men’s and Women’s Mid-Amateur (which also have a Mid-Master category), Junior Girls’ & Boys’ as well as Bantam & Novice, All Abilities and the Indigenous Championships are selected to represent British Columbia at the national championships, conducted by Golf Canada.

Image Courtesy Golf Canada

The 2022 Canadian Girls Inter-Provincial Team Champions From British Columbia From L-R: Ha Young Chang, Michelle Liu & Leah John

Rules of Golf

As the national governing body for golf, Golf Canada holds the exclusive right to publish and distribute the Rules of Golf in Canada. The Rules are updated every four years through the work of the Royal & Ancient Golf Club of St. Andrews and the United States Golf Association. A joint committee of these associations, on which the Rules Chairman of Golf Canada sits, is charged with revising, modernizing and improving the Rules of Golf and the Decisions on the Rules of Golf. These two documents form the complete Rules of Golf that are used universally throughout the world of golf.