Kauai, the oldest island in the Hawaiian chain, is not just the Garden Isle, it is, without a doubt, a golfers paradise.
Simon Fraser University men's golf team is in sixth place after two rounds of the Cal Baptist Men's Invitational at Eagle Glen Golf Club in Corona, Callf., while the University's women's team is fourth at the Battle at Primm, in Palm Desert, Calif., after round one Monday afternoon.
The Mackenzie Tour-PGA Tour Canada gets underway at Vancouver's Point Grey Golf & Country Club on Thursday, May 26 and will close Sunday, May 29 with the inaugural Freedom 55 Financial Open Charity Walk, a guided tour around Point Grey at the end of the event in support of the Canucks For Kids Fund.
Canadian Brooke Henderson, who last week cracked the Top 10 list of professional female golfers in the world, finished fourth today but it was Sei Young Kim who made LPGA history in the desert Sunday.
From a greenside bunker on the par-5 15th, Woody Austin holed out for eagle to hold on and win the Tucson Conquistadores Classic Sunday for his first PGA TOUR Champions title.
"The greatest bunker week of my career, no question," said the triumphant Austin.
From the PGA of America headquarters in Orlando, Florida comes word that the PGA will no longer hold the PGA Grand Slam of Golf for the year's major champions.
A group of 250 founders once had what Robert Trent Jones described as, "the best deal in golf". However, their agreement with the Pebble Beach Company that began on March 11, 1966, came to an end on March 10, 2016.
Simon Fraser University Junior Kevin Vigna fired a final round 75 to finish one shot behind Stanislaus State's individual medalist Jahaan Nargussi at the NCAA's Notre Dame De Namur Argo Invitational In Livermore, Calif., on Tuesday.
While taking in all the action at Augusta National during Masters Week, April 11-17, you too can tee up in the heart of historic Augusta at Forest Hills Golf Club -- a subtle, challenging Donald Ross course with roots dating back to 1926.
The Canadian Open Golf Championship will host a five kilometre run or walk open to the general public on Saturday, July 16 on the grounds of Oakville, Ontario's Glen Abbey Golf Club, host venue of the RBC Canadian Open, Canada's National Men's Open.
With rounds of 69 and 72 at Poppy Ridge Golf Course in Livermore, California, Junior Kevin Vigna is now tied for first and his Simon Fraser University men's team has the lead through the opening two rounds of the NCAA Notre Dame De Namur Argo Invitational.
Bill Wilms and TSN 1040 Radio now produce the longest continually run golf discount card in Canada. For over 21 years the British Columbia Discount Golf Card has been in use, offering golfers in Vancouver, the greater Vancouver Lower Mainland and North Western Washington State the opportunity to save money on green fees through 2-for-1 discounts and other assorted discount programs.
Nate Ollis of the University of British Columbia Thunderbirds paced his men's golf team to a fifth place finish behind hometown winners Sacramento State in the California Intercollegiate Invitational, shooting (73-76-73) 222 and finished 15 strokes behind tournament leader Aaron Beverly (74-69-64) today.
The Canadian Golf Hall of Fame and Museum announced today that Canadian LPGA Tour legend Lorie Kane of Charlottetown, two-time Canadian Men's Amateur champion Warren Sye of London, Ont., and renowned golf journalist Bob Weeks, of Toronto, Ont., have been elected as 2016 inductees into the Canadian Golf Hall of Fame. Weeks, a respected curling journalist, will also be inducted to the Canadian Curling Hall of Fame later this year.
The legendary Bobby Jones is reputed to have once said, the game of golf is mainly played on a five-and-a-half-inch course: "the distance between your ears." And, apparently, few people know that better than veteran Canadian LPGA pro Alena Sharp.
It was a big day for Simon Fraser University sophomore Breanna Croxen, who scored a hole-in-one, and freshman Emily Leung, who is tied for the lead, after the opening round of the Tim Tierney Pioneer Shootout at the par 72 Hiddenbrooke Golf Course in Vallejo, Calif.
A chip-in birdie is unexpected. A hole-out eagle two is euphoric. A hole-in-one is a lifetime memory. So what happens when all three occur in succession? That's what happened two weeks ago at Sunnyside C.C. in Fresno, Calif., at the local Airways Golf Club.
The Vancouver City Match Play championship was conceived by Stan Leonard, Fred Wood, Ernie Brown and Jock McKinnon in 1946 and has basically been played as an individual competition and a team competition throughout the past seventy years. The event may be a one of a kind for competitions in North America.
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