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.
Women’s Golf Getaway
Started in 2022, the Golf Saskatchewan Women’s Golf Getaway is a fun first three days where women can learn the basics of the sport from certified PGA of Canada professionals without the pressure to perform.
Stay tuned for details on the second northern Saskatchewan Women’s Golf Getaway.
Female Tournament Schedule
|June 21||Murray Women’s Summer Classic||Murray Golf Course | Regina||Registration|
|June 21||Ladies Swing for Sparkle||Pipestone Hills Golf Club | Moosomin||Registration|
|June 21||Mind Your Business||Manitou Beach Golf Club | Manitou Beach||Registration|
|July 8||Taylor Automotive Ladies’ Classic||Royal Regina Golf Club | Regina||Registration|
|July 9||HGC Ladies Open||Humboldt Golf Club | Humboldt||Registration|
|July 11||Thomson Lake Golf Course Ladies Open||Thomson Lake Regional Park | Lafleche||Registration|
|July 12||Two-Lady Scramble||Long Creek Golf & Country Club | Avonlea||Registration|
|July 18||Kinette Club of Shellbrook Par-Tee||Hidden Hills of Shellbrook | Shellbrook||Registration|
|July 26||Ladies Fun Night||Manitou Beach Golf Club | Manitou Beach||Registration|
|Aug. 10||The Lassie Challenge||Deer Valley Golf Club | Deer Valley||Registration|
|Aug. 12||Ladies Golf Classic||Elmwood Golf Course | Swift Current||Registration coming soon|
|Aug. 13||Kelvington Golf Course Ladies Two-Person Scramble||Kelvington Golf Course | Kelvington||Registration|
|Aug. 19||Pipestone Hills Ladies Open||Pipestone Hills Golf Club | Moosomin||Registration|
|Aug. 25||Ladies Open||Manitou Beach Golf Club | Manitou Beach||Registration|
|Aug. 27||Insurance Matters Diamond Ladies Open||Wynyard Golf Club | Wynyard||Registration|
|Sept. 9||Ladies Pines Open 2-Person Scramble||Evergreen Golf Course | Nipawin||Registration coming soon|
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.