Chris Barber

June 10, 2008 0
Jumping Into The Spotlight “I’ve been pretty fortunate,” is Chris Barber’s summary of his life so far.  In 34 years the Kingston based Class A CPGA professional has had some impressive accomplishments and although he […]

Betty Mulville

June 10, 2008 0
A Lasting Impression by Joe McLean Undeniably the world of golf is a small one.  That is especially true when you are considering the competitive golf scene in Eastern Ontario.  Within that community you find […]

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 […]
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