Bill Keating – On The Rise

October 5, 2017 1
Bill Keating is the Head Golf Professional at the Camelot Golf & Country Club in the East end of the City of Ottawa in Cumberland, Ontario and he was gracious enough to sit for an […]

Carter Trevisani – The Unlikely Olympian

June 27, 2017 0
At age 34, Carter Trevisani still has the appearance of a pro athlete. Physically imposing, once you strike up a conversation with this former Ottawa 67, pro hockey player, Olympian, and passionate golfer, you’ll find […]

Dale Pedersen – Peeling Back The Layers

May 4, 2017 0
(This Q&A appeared in the April/May print issue of Flagstick Golf Magazine) Garrison Golf & Curling Club in Kingston, Ontario is still weeks from opening for another season but Dale Pedersen is already in mid-season […]

Profile: Brad Smith – Taking It In Stride

March 14, 2017 0
Brad Smith, “Smitty” to those who know the affable Head Professional at the Ottawa Hunt & Golf Club, has a big year ahead of him. The historic course will be hosting the 2017 CP Women’s […]

Neil Haworth: Back On Familiar Soil

December 2, 2016 0
Flagstick Golf Magazine recently had the privilege of sitting down with Canadian golf course designer Neil Haworth. Neil had just finished a site inspection tour with Royal Ottawa Golf Club Superintendent Steve Verrall with the […]

Profile: Jean Pilon

September 14, 2016 0
For the last two years Jean Pilon has been the Golf Operations Manager at the Hylands Golf Club in Ottawa, one of the busiest golf clubs in the National Capital region. But his affiliation with […]

John Lamoureux – A Life Shaped By Golf

June 4, 2016 0
John Lamoureux lives in Kanata North with his wife Stephanie along with their two children Jack and Camryn. He’s spent two decades in the golf industry and is still enthusiastic when talking about his jobs […]

An Impressive Mulligan – Harry Mulligan

March 23, 2016 0
From his start as a caddy at the Royal Ottawa Golf Club in 1912 until he passed away in 1981, Harry Mulligan became an accomplished golf professional in the Ottawa Valley. He was a friend […]
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