After nearly 40 years Meier moves on from Golf Saskatchewan

After 38 years, Terry Meier is stepping away from volunteering with Golf Saskatchewan.

For 38 years Terry Meier has been a fixture within the golfing circle in Saskatchewan, so much so that the Regina resident was inducted into the Saskatchewan Golf Hall of Fame in 2011.

Now after nearly four decades volunteering in roles such as being a past president of the Saskatchewan Golf Association, a rules official, and a course rater. Meier has also been recognized a Golf Saskatchewan Long Term & Exemplary Volunteer Service award recipient.

“My time as a volunteer was most enjoyable, both on the job and in the social time when the job was done. I met and spent time with many interesting and fun people and got to see most of Saskatchewan and much of Canada.”


Meier attended his first SGA meeting in the mid-1980’s and as the saying goes, the rest is history. In 1987 he received his Level 4 officiating accreditation which led to 20 years of officiating across the province and Canada. From there he transitioned to rating in 2007.

“While others work their way towards being different, Terry strived towards making a difference. His passion and energy are unparalleled, and we respect his spirit of volunteerism immensely. We are so very grateful to have Terry’s help for the past 38 years. Thank you for being so selfless with us and for the impact on the game of golf in Saskatchewan and across Canada.”