Golf Saskatchewan hosted their annual general meeting Saturday officially closing the 2022 fiscal year.
Treasurer Danny Klughart presented the financial statement that showed the non-profit organization lost approximately $54,000 in 2022, but Klughart stated the funds are “healthy” going into the 2023 season.
Regina resident Larry Wagman saw his presidency come to an end at the meeting, Nipawin product Kevin Duchscherer was named the new president of the executive.
Duchscherer, a teacher by trade, has played golf for most of his life, competes in amateur events across the province including provincials and the Scotia Wealth Open at his home club, the Evergreen Golf Course, is a certified Rules Official, and has been President of the Evergreen for the past couple years.
Elanne Krainyk of Saskatoon and Sue Skinner of Rosetown had their terms on the board conclude, Regina’s Ross Pratt and Bill Briscoe of Saskatoon joined the executive, Klughart stayed on for another term, but Teddy Wiens of Regina took over as treasurer.
To view the 2023 AGM Report click here.
Duchscherer and Wagman sat down with Golf Saskatchewan’s Clark Stork discussing the change over, highlights of recent years plus the future of amateur golf in the province.