Provincial Women’s Rosebowl
The Golf Saskatchewan Rosebowl is an annual event that focuses on fun for higher handicap women players. The two-ball team event is played over 36 holes with fun being the number one component of the championship.
The 2023 Rosebowl will be held at Moon Lake Golf & Country Club on Aug. 9 – 10.
GOLF fore the CURE
Largest national grassroots female recreational golf program in Canada.
The program was created to grow women’s participation in the game of golf by introducing them to the sport through fun, non-intimidating activities, while also featuring unique partnerships with the Canadian Cancer Society and the Quebec Breast Cancer Foundation that add awareness and fundraising components to support the fight against breast cancer. With the help of volunteers from across the country, GOLF fore the CURE has exposed more than 100,000 women to the game of golf and raised over $7 million in support of breast cancer research initiatives over the past 17 years. In Saskatchewan, 11 clubs raised over $23,000 in 2019 (three events held in 2020).
The annual Golf Fore the Cure campaign culminates in a national event that recognizes the outstanding efforts of female golfers from across the country. It is a celebration of the success of the entire Golf Fore the Cure campaign and it recognizes all those that have contributed to a future without breast cancer. In September, individuals, friends, and corporate teams come together to enjoy a great day of golf, food and camaraderie.
For more information and to raise funds online click here.
As the provincial governing body for golf in Saskatchewan, Golf Saskatchewan is passionate about growing the game of golf in the province and country. Introducing women to the game and providing them with opportunities to develop their skills is an integral part of Golf Saskatchewan’s efforts to foster female participation province wide.
The Ada Mackenzie Day is held annually for women’s sections across Saskatchewan to be played between June 1 and 11. It is a Net event celebrating the life and contributions of Ada Mackenzie to women’s golf. The cost is $2 per player with proceed going towards junior golf development.
The Canada Day Tournament is an 18 or nine-hole, stroke play, net score event. There are a possible 12 competitions overall (six north, six south) with three handicap divisions for both the 18 or nine-hole categories.(Handicap divisions are 1-20, 21-32 and 33-over.) The event is scheduled to be played on ladies club day, if possible, otherwise may be played any day between June 23 and July 3. The cost of the competition is $2 per player
with proceed going towards junior golf development.