Aspiring Architects Dream

June 10, 2008 0
An Inspirational Journey To Scotland by Brett Hitchins Burgeoning golf course architect and graduate of the University of Guelph Landscape Architecture Program was presented with opportunity of a lifetime – the chance to study golf […]

Manderley On The Green

June 8, 2008 0
Pastoral Pleasure Forty five years ago the Hope family created a public golf course in what was then a community far from the greater population of the National Capital Region.  North Gower may have seemed […]

Casselview Golf & Country Club

June 8, 2008 0
A Constant Evolution Just twenty-five minutes form Ottawa, along Highway 417 as you progress towards Montréal, golfers have found a welcoming place to play for a quarter of a century.  From simple roots the Casselman […]

Mills Giving Back

June 4, 2008 0
He may be coming off a tie for 26th place at The Memorial, and even better, earning a spot in the U.S. Open through a sectional Qualifier Playoff, but that is not stopping PGA Tour […]

Joel Trickey

May 10, 2008 0
The Road Less Travelled By his own admission, Joel Trickey wasn’t the most talented athlete.  In fact, for many things in his life he has travelled a slightly unorthodox route.  But it is no matter; […]

Hammond Golf & Country Club

May 8, 2008 0
A Gracious Host In the real world of everyday golf, the true value of any golf course can be measured not in yards or by the speed of the greens – it has a lot […]

Counterfeit Club Supplier Jailed

April 30, 2008 0
This just in yesterday from an alliance that is becoming increasingly important to the golf manufacturing industry. Glad to see some real penalties for this kind of activity. I know it will not be a […]

Weir Focused On 2nd Green Jacket

April 6, 2008 0
It’s finally here – the first sign of Spring for golfers – The Masters. It’s a giddy time, when images of Georgia in bloom burst through the television and prompt many to swing a club […]

Field Filling Out For Telus World Skins

March 27, 2008 0
Just received notice of this. As for the identity of the mysterious 5th player, word has it that it will be indeed Mike Weir, now free from conflict with the expiration of his Bell sponsorship […]

Dealing With Chips From a Downhill Slope

March 22, 2008 0
by Marc Peterson, CPGA Teaching Professional Chipping from a downhill slope can be a challenge for many golfers.  Unfortunately the tendency on these types of shots is to blade the ball because we swing up […]
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