2022’s top golf moments in Saskatchewan

Every year golf provides amazing moments and memories with Saskatchewan being no different.

Despite our somewhat short season the sport had it’s share of remarkable recognitions courtesy of the game.

Here’s a look back on the top-10 stories of 2022 based on readership/viewership

City of Yorkton brass excited for clubhouse construction

The city of Yorkton is committing $7.6 million to construct a new clubhouse for Deer Park Municipal Golf Course.

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Amateur Championships begin Tuesday at Cooke Municipal

A jam-packed field of the province’s best amateur golfers will converge on Prince Albert’s Cooke Municipal Golf Course this week for the Saskatchewan Amateur Championships.

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Stu’s Indoor Golf adds recreational benefits for entire region

With a young family including three boys the Stupak family is hoping an indoor golf facility will grow golf and play a role in more recreational family-friendly options for Warman, Martensville, and the area.

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Nagy wins Scotia Wealth Open; Ziglo back on top at Ladies Northern

Saskatoon’s Josh Nagy has his first “amateur” win after claiming the Scotia Wealth Open at Nipawin’s Evergreen Golf Course on Sunday.

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Carlisle qualifies for DII National Championship

Estevan’s Jace Carlisle is headed to a collegiate national championship.

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Shooting your age at 97, Mitchell still playing 18 holes per day

Elvin Mitchell didn’t start playing golf regularly until he was about 40 years old but now 97, he’s making up for lost time.

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Kutcher hunts down college commitment

Regina’s Hunter Kutcher has decided to stay in Canada to play college golf and get an education.

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Jenkins calm in college taking in new experiences

For Cole Jenkins, the thought of playing college sports has always been a dream but the Prince Albert product didn’t know what sport could lead him to his goal once high school was complete.

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Rave reviews of Red Deer from Canadian SR Men’s competitors

Much like the Canadian Senior Women’s Championship in Winnipeg, all reports back from Red Deer is the men’s event was also fantastic.

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Hole-in-one nets Regina radio host 25K

July 25, 2022 will stand out in the mind of Regina’s Mark Johnston for years to come.

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