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2024 JUNIOR WOMEN’S

DATES | July 3 – 5 *Practice round – July 2

HOST COMMUNITY | Yorkton

HOST COURSE | Deer Park Municipal Golf Course

AGE CATEGORIES | Under-19, Under-17, Under-15, & Under-13

COST | Junior-Junior – $126 U17 – $246.75 – U19 – $260.85 (Taxes included)

REGISTRATION | Opens April 15

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    Junior Women’s Championship

    The Saskatchewan Junior Women’s Championship is open to golfers under the age of 19 as of the July 2, the date of the practice round at Deer Park Municipal Golf Course in Yorkton in 2024.

    The first championship was held in 1951 at the Saskatoon Golf and Country Club, Geri Evans (Street) was the inaugural winner.

    The under-19 champion and top three finishers are eligible to attend national championships (location and information found here) later the same year, provided they are a Golf Saskatchewan member and meet our eligibility requirements.

    More on yardages and age divisions click here.

    CANADIAN JUNIOR GIRL’S CHAMPIONSHIP (Under-19) | Jul. 22-25, 2024 | Marine Drive Golf Club, Vancouver, B.C.

    CANADIAN BANTAM CHAMPIONSHIP (Under-15) | Aug. 27-30, 2024 | Elmira Golf Club, Elmira, Ont.

    What do I receive?

    • All attendees receive a $25 food voucher card for the host course and a tee gift courtesy TaylorMade Golf – Canada and Golf Saskatchewan.
    • Golf Saskatchewan events are flighted by score and prizes (including gift cards from the host club) are awarded during the trophy presentation after the championship round.
    • Opportunity to attend a national championship with financial assistance from Golf Saskatchewan (NAAS),
    • a chance to see how your game holds up against other golf participants, and
    • a chance to have fun.

    Registration will open on April 15, 2024.

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2024 JUNIOR MEN’S

DATES | July 3 – 5 *Practice round – July 2

HOST COMMUNITY | Yorkton

HOST COURSE | Deer Park Municipal Golf Course

AGE CATEGORIES | Under-19, Under-17, Under-15, & Under-13

COST | Junior-Junior – $126 U17 – $246.75 – U19 – $260.85 (Taxes included)

REGISTRATION | Opens April 15

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    Junior Men’s Championship

    The Saskatchewan Junior Men’s Championship is open to golfers under the age of 19 as of the July 2, the date of the practice round at Deer Park Municipal Golf Course in Yorkton in 2024.

    The first championship was held in 1922 at the Moose Jaw Golf Club, Reg Young of Saskatoon was the inaugural winner.

    The under-19 champion and top three finishers are eligible to attend national championships (location and information found here) later the same year, provided they are a Golf Saskatchewan member and meet our eligibility requirements.

    More on yardages and age divisions click here.

    CANADIAN JUNIOR BOY’S CHAMPIONSHIP (Under-19) |  Aug. 13-16, 2024 | Innisfail Golf Club, Innisfail, Alta.

    CANADIAN BANTAM (Under-15) CHAMPIONSHIP | Aug. 27 – 30, 2024 | Elmira Golf Club, Elmira, Ont.

    What do I receive?

    • All attendees receive a $25 food voucher card for the host course and a tee gift courtesy TaylorMade Golf – Canada and Golf Saskatchewan.
    • Golf Saskatchewan events are flighted by score and prizes (including gift cards from the host club) are awarded during the trophy presentation after the championship round.
    • Opportunity to attend a national championship with financial assistance from Golf Saskatchewan (NAAS),
    • a chance to see how your game holds up against other golf participants, and
    • a chance to have fun.

    Registration will open on April 15, 2024.

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2024 AMATEUR WOMEN’S

DATES | July 9 – 11 *Practice round – July 8

HOST COMMUNITY | Regina

HOST COURSE | Royal Regina Golf Club

COST | Under-17 – $273 – Amateurs/Mid-Amateurs – $288.60 Both – $344.10 (Taxes included)

REGISTRATION | Opens April 15

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    Amateur Women’s Championship

    The Saskatchewan Amateur Women’s Championship is open to golfers who possess a Golf Saskatchewan membership and a valid WHS handicap.

    The 2024 Amateur Women’s Championship will be held at the Royal Regina Golf Club from July 9-11 as part of the Royal’s 125th anniversary.

    The first championship was held in 1914 at the Saskatoon Golf Club, Mrs. Walter Perry of Saskatoon was the inaugural winner.

    The amateur champion and top three finishers are eligible to attend national championships (locations and information found here) later the same year, provided they are a Golf Saskatchewan member and meet our eligibility requirements.

    More on yardages and age divisions click here.

    CANADIAN AMATEUR WOMEN’S CHAMPIONSHIP | July 30-Aug. 2 | Royal Colwood Golf Club, Victoria, B.C.

    What do I receive?

    • All attendees receive a $25 food voucher card for the host course and a tee gift courtesy TaylorMade Golf – Canada and Golf Saskatchewan.
    • Golf Saskatchewan events are flighted by score and prizes (including gift cards from the host club) are awarded during the trophy presentation after the championship round.
    • Opportunity to attend a national championship with financial assistance from Golf Saskatchewan (NAAS),
    • a chance to see how your game holds up against other golf participants, and
    • a chance to have fun.

    Registration will open on April 15, 2024.

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2024 MID-AMATEUR WOMEN’S

DATES | July 9 – 11 *Practice round – July 8

HOST COMMUNITY | Regina

HOST COURSE | Royal Regina Golf Club

COST | Mid-Amateur – $288.60 Both (Amateur/Mid-Amateur) – $344.10 (Taxes included)

REGISTRATION | Opens April 15

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    Mid-Amateur Women’s Championship

    Golf Saskatchewan hosted the Mid-Amateur Women’s Championship for the first time in 2023 alongside the Amateur Women’s Championship at North Battleford Golf and Country Club.

    The event is open to golfers 25 years of age and older on the date of the scheduled practice round which will be July 8 in 2024. The 2024 Mid-Amateur Women’s Championship will be held at the Royal Regina Golf Club from July 9-11 as part of the Royal’s 125th anniversary

    The mid-amateur champion and top three finishers are eligible to attend national championships (location and information found here) later the same year, provided they are a Golf Saskatchewan member and meet our eligibility requirements.

    More on yardages and age divisions click here.

    CANADIAN MID-AMATEUR WOMEN’S CHAMPIONSHIP | July 11-13 | Crown Isle Golf & Resort Community, Courtenay, B.C.

    What do I receive?

    • All attendees receive a $25 food voucher card for the host course and a tee gift courtesy TaylorMade Golf – Canada and Golf Saskatchewan.
    • Golf Saskatchewan events are flighted by score and prizes (including gift cards from the host club) are awarded during the trophy presentation after the championship round.
    • Opportunity to attend a national championship with financial assistance from Golf Saskatchewan (NAAS),
    • a chance to see how your game holds up against other golf participants, and
    • a chance to have fun.

    Registration will open on April 15, 2024.

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AMATEUR MEN’S (2024 EVENT SOLD OUT)

DATES | July 9 – 12 *Practice round – July 8

HOST COMMUNITY | Regina

HOST COURSE | Royal Regina Golf Club

COST | Amateur – $288.60 Both (Amateur/Mid-Amateur) – $344.10 (Taxes included)

REGISTRATION | Opens April 15

 

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    Amateur Men’s Championship

    The Saskatchewan Amateur Men’s Championship is open to golfers who possess a Golf Saskatchewan membership and a valid WHS handicap.

    The first championship was held in 1908 at the Regina Golf Club, W.S. Gray of Regina was the inaugural winner.

    The amateur champion and top three finishers are eligible to attend national championships (locations and information found here) later the same year, provided they are a Golf Saskatchewan member and meet our eligibility requirements.

    More on yardages and age divisions click here.

    CANADIAN AMATEUR MEN’S CHAMPIONSHIP | July 5-8 | Riverside Country Club/Saskatoon Golf & Country Club, Saskatoon, Sask.

    What do I receive?

    • All attendees receive a $25 food voucher card for the host course and a tee gift courtesy TaylorMade Golf – Canada and Golf Saskatchewan.
    • Golf Saskatchewan events are flighted by score and prizes (including gift cards from the host club) are awarded during the trophy presentation after the championship round.
    • Opportunity to attend a national championship with financial assistance from Golf Saskatchewan (NAAS),
    • a chance to see how your game holds up against other golf participants, and
    • a chance to have fun.

    Registration will open on April 15, 2024.

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2024 MID-AMATEUR MEN’S (2024 EVENT SOLD OUT)

DATES | July 9 – 11 *Practice round – July 8

HOST COMMUNITY | Regina

HOST COURSE | Royal Regina Golf Club

COST | Mid-Amateur – $288.60 Both – $344.10 (Taxes included)

REGISTRATION | Opens April 15

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    Mid-Amateur Men’s

    The Saskatchewan Mid-Amateur Men’s Championship is open to golfers who possess a Golf Saskatchewan membership and a valid WHS handicap, and are over the age of 25.

    The age group and Mid-Amateur category has been altered over the years, but Saskatchewan held their first championship in the division in 1982. Saskatoon’s Jim Scissons defeated Ross Reibling in the final match at the Melfort Golf & Country Club.

    The mid-amateur champion and top three finishers are eligible to attend national championships (locations and information found here) later the same year, provided they are a Golf Saskatchewan member and meet our eligibility requirements.

    More on yardages and age divisions click here.

    CANADIAN MID-AMATEUR MEN’S CHAMPIONSHIP | Aug. 20-23 | Carleton Golf & Yacht Club, Manotick, Ont.

    What do I receive?

    • All attendees receive a $25 food voucher card for the host course and a tee gift courtesy TaylorMade Golf – Canada and Golf Saskatchewan.
    • Golf Saskatchewan events are flighted by score and prizes (including gift cards from the host club) are awarded during the trophy presentation after the championship round.
    • Opportunity to attend a national championship with financial assistance from Golf Saskatchewan (NAAS),
    • a chance to see how your game holds up against other golf participants, and
    • a chance to have fun.

    Registration will open on April 15, 2024.

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SENIOR WOMEN’S

DATES | July 23 – 25 *Practice round – July 22

HOST COMMUNITY | Nipawin

HOST COURSE | Evergreen Golf Course

COST | $288.60 (Taxes included)

REGISTRATION | Opens April 15

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    Senior Women’s

    The Saskatchewan Senior Women’s Championship is open to golfers who possess a Golf Saskatchewan membership and a valid WHS handicap.

    The first championship was held in 1964 at the Regina Golf Club, Esther Medhurst of Regina was the inaugural winner.

    The senior champion and top three finishers are eligible to attend national championships (locations and information found here) later the same year, provided they are a Golf Saskatchewan member and meet our eligibility requirements.

    More on yardages and age divisions click here.

    CANADIAN SENIOR WOMEN’S CHAMPIONSHIP | Aug. 27-29 | The Club at North Halton, Georgetown, Ont.

    What do I receive?

    • All attendees receive a $25 food voucher card for the host course and a tee gift courtesy TaylorMade Golf – Canada and Golf Saskatchewan.
    • Golf Saskatchewan events are flighted by score and prizes (including gift cards from the host club) are awarded during the trophy presentation after the championship round.
    • Opportunity to attend a national championship with financial assistance from Golf Saskatchewan (NAAS),
    • a chance to see how your game holds up against other golf participants, and
    • a chance to have fun.

    Registration will open on April 15, 2024.

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SENIOR MEN’S

DATES | July 23 – 25 *Practice round – July 22

HOST COMMUNITY | Nipawin

HOST COURSE | Evergreen Golf Course

COST | Seniors – $288.60 Mid-Masters – $288.60 Both – $344.10 (Taxes included)

REGISTRATION | Opens April 15

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    Senior Men’s

    The Saskatchewan Senior Men’s Championship is open to golfers who possess a Golf Saskatchewan membership and a valid WHS handicap.

    The first championship was held in 1920 at the Regina Golf Club, Rev. D.F. Parker was the inaugural winner.

    The senior champion and top three finishers are eligible to attend national championships (locations and information found here) later the same year, provided they are a Golf Saskatchewan member and meet our eligibility requirements.

    More on yardages and age divisions click here.

    CANADIAN SENIOR MEN’S CHAMPIONSHIP | Sept. 12-15 | Saugeen Golf Club, Port Elgin, Ont.

    What do I receive?

    • All attendees receive a $25 food voucher card for the host course and a tee gift courtesy TaylorMade Golf – Canada and Golf Saskatchewan.
    • Golf Saskatchewan events are flighted by score and prizes (including gift cards from the host club) are awarded during the trophy presentation after the championship round.
    • Opportunity to attend a national championship with financial assistance from Golf Saskatchewan (NAAS),
    • a chance to see how your game holds up against other golf participants, and
    • a chance to have fun.

    Registration will open on April 15, 2024.

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MID-MASTERS MEN’S

DATES | July 23 – 25 *Practice round – July 22

HOST COMMUNITY | Nipawin

HOST COURSE | Evergreen Golf Course

COST | Seniors – $288.60 Mid-Masters – $288.60 Both – $344.10 (Taxes included)

REGISTRATION | Opens April 15

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    Mid-Masters Men’s

    The Saskatchewan Mid-Masters Men’s Championship is open to golfers who possess a Golf Saskatchewan membership and a valid WHS handicap.

    Players must be 40 years or older by July 16, 2023.

    The winner of the event is offered a quota spot for the upcoming Canadian Mid-Amateur Men’s Championship.

    More on yardages and age divisions click here.

    CANADIAN MID-AMATEUR MEN’S CHAMPIONSHIP | Aug. 20-23 | Carleton Golf & Yacht Club, Manotick, Ont.

    What do I receive?

    • All attendees receive a $25 food voucher card for the host course and a tee gift courtesy TaylorMade Golf – Canada and Golf Saskatchewan.
    • Golf Saskatchewan events are flighted by score and prizes (including gift cards from the host club) are awarded during the trophy presentation after the championship round.
    • Opportunity to attend a national championship with financial assistance from Golf Saskatchewan (NAAS),
    • a chance to see how your game holds up against other golf participants, and
    • a chance to have fun.

    Registration will open on April 15, 2024.

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WOMEN’S 4-BALL (ROSEBOWL)

DATES | Aug. 14 – 15 *Practice round – Aug. 13

HOST COMMUNITY | Elbow

HOST COURSE | Harbor Golf & RV Park

COST | $388.50 (Taxes included)

REGISTRATION | Opens April 15

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    Women’s 4-Ball (Rosebowl)

    The Saskatchewan Women’s 4 Ball (Rosebowl) championship is Net Best Ball partner’s event. The better net score on each hole, scored by either partner, makes up the teams score. The team with the lowest net score over the 36 hole event shall be crowned the 2024 Women’s 4-Ball Rosebowl Championship winner.

    The historic Rosebowl has been on the Golf Saskatchewan calendar for over half a century with ladies participating from all across the province. Looking for fun, comradery, and playing great golf, the Women’s 4-Ball may be for you!

    What do I receive?

    • All attendees receive an invitation to the event banquet and a tee gift courtesy TaylorMade Golf – Canada and Golf Saskatchewan.
    • Golf Saskatchewan events are flighted by score and prizes (including gift cards from the host club) are awarded during the trophy presentation after the championship round.
    • a chance to see how your game holds up against other golf participants, and
    • a chance to have fun.

    Registration will open on April 15, 2024.

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MIXED

DATES | Aug. 24 – 25 *Practice round – Aug. 23

HOST COMMUNITY | Kenosee Lake

HOST COURSE | Golf Kenosee

COST | $388.50 (Taxes included)

REGISTRATION | Opens April 15

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    Mixed

    The Mixed Team Championship is a modified alternate shot (modified Scotch) format. Under the playing format, remember a player never hits two consecutive shots with the ball they are wanting to score with. The team with the lowest 36 hole score shall be crowned the Mixed Team champions. More information on the format can be found on the tournament home page.

    Teams consisting of spouses, friends, family, and acquaintances have been taking part in this relaxing, yet competitive event for over 30 years with over 100 players regularly attending!

    What do I receive?

    • All attendees receive an invitation to the event banquet and a tee gift courtesy TaylorMade Golf – Canada and Golf Saskatchewan.
    • Golf Saskatchewan events are flighted by score and prizes (including gift cards from the host club) are awarded during the trophy presentation after the championship round.
    • a chance to see how your game holds up against other golf participants, and
    • a chance to have fun.

    Registration will open on April 15, 2024.

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CHAMPIONS CUP

DATES | Sept. 21 *Practice round – Sept. 20

HOST COMMUNITY | Moose Jaw

HOST COURSE | Hillcrest Golf Club

COST | $111 (Taxes included)

REGISTRATION | Details will be made available later in the 2024 season

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    Champions Cup

    Created in 2022, the Champions Cup hosts club champions from member courses across Saskatchewan for a one-day, 18-hole team and individual event for all ages and genders.

    The Legends Golf Club hosted the inaugural championship with over 60 players competing in Warman. The 2023 Champions Cup was hosted by Valley Regional Park Golf Course with over 70 players taking part.

    The Wascana Country Club took the team championship for the second year in a row.

    What do I receive?

    • All attendees receive a banquet meal and a tee gift courtesy TaylorMade Golf – Canada and Golf Saskatchewan.
    • Golf Saskatchewan events are flighted by score and prizes (including gift cards from the host club) are awarded during the trophy presentation after the championship round.
    • a chance to see how your game holds up against other golf participants, and
    • a chance to have fun.