Registration now open for 2024 provincials

Registration is now open for the 2024 Saskatchewan amateur championships.

The season will begin in Yorkton at Deep Park Municipal Golf Course with the Junior Championships. The 54-hole event runs from July 3 to 5, with the Junior-Junior (12 and under) taking place on the first two days. The Junior-Junior is a 36-hole Stableford Scoring event used to introduce young players to competition.

The Amateur Championships will be in Regina at the Royal Regina Golf Club as part of the Saskatchewan ‘home of golf’ 125th anniversay.

The Women’s Amateur and Mid-Amateur plus the men’s Mid-Amateur Championships will be 54-hole events played from July 9 to 11, the Men’s Amateur Championship will have a cut after three rounds and conclude on July 12.

The Senior Women’s and Men’s Championships plus the Men’s Mid-Masters (40 and over) will be hosted by beautiful Nipawin Evergreen on July 23 to 25.

The Women’s 4-Ball (Rosebowl) will be held on Aug. 14 and 15 along the banks of breathtaking Lake Diefenbaker at Harbor Golf and RV Park. The two-women team event has been a highlight of the Golf Saskatchewan schedule.

The Mixed Championship is another less-competitive, more casual event with bragging rights prevalent. Over 50 co-ed teams will converge on Golf Kenosee from Aug. 24 to 25 for the two-day alternate shot championship.

Club Champions and competitors from member courses across Saskatchewan will send their best in four age groups for the Champions Cup in Moose Jaw at Hillcrest Golf Club on Sept. 21. Registration for that one-day event will be open later this season.

To find all the information including dates, pricing, and venues, click here, to register for championships, click here.