It’s with sadness the Saskatchewan golf community has lost another Hall of Fame person, and player.
Since his passing, at the age of 83 due to complications from a fall playing pickleball, words from around the golf community have been expressed to honour the 2011 Saskatchewan Golf Hall of Fame inductee.
Former Golf Saskatchewan President, and fellow Royal Regina Golf Club (RRGC) member with Mader, Larry Wagman said Doug will be dearly missed at the “Home of Golf.”
“Golf in Saskatchewan and members at the Royal Regina Golf Club lost an icon with the recent passing of Doug Mader,” Wagman stated. “He will be remembered and missed as a competitor and friendly face throughout his host of friends and acquaintances.”
The RRGC sent a message to their members early in 2024, that read;
It is with great sadness that we announce the recent passing of Royal Regina Life Member, Doug Mader.
“Doug was a RRGC member for 60 years having originally joined the Club in 1964. We send our deepest condolences to his wife Barb, and all their family and friends.”
In June, of 2020 Golf Saskatchewan was able to sit down with Mader at his and Barb’s beautiful Lumsden home to learn more about his career and life. To view the interview click here.
Long-time Regina Leader-Post Reporter Darrel Davis also wrote about Mader’s passing.
Golf Saskatchewan also sends condolences to Barbara and all of Doug’s family and loved ones.