A look at the sport of golf, from the course to the clubhouse
Online campaign by apparel maker Ashworth pleads with the golf gods to let the pros wear shorts
Golf's money games a concern as NCAA study finds gambling attitudes problematic among male golfers
For the second time in as many tournaments, a dropped ball had Tiger Woods under the microscope
Jeff Brooke's Short Game
Small news stories, statistics and analysis from the wide world of golf, with a focus on Canadian content
Mini-tour success has propelled young pro to berth in BMW Charity Classic
Private club in suburban Toronto gets Fairways Magazine's vote as top Ontario course
PGA Tour player holding charity event in home province of Saskatchewan
Chris Zelkovich, a latecomer to the game of golf, goes in search of the skills that have so far eluded him in his quest to break 80
Getting consistently into the 80s is going to take a lot more than five months
What I learned during this summer of the club is that there are no quick fixes
Improvement comes in small increments, not in huge chunks
Rules and Rants
Our rules officials share their insight into the Rules of Golf.
Golf Canada's Adam Helmer takes you through the Notice to Competitors for the season-opening CN Canadian Women's Tour event.
Some helpful tips and answers to frequently asked questions on spring golf conditions, score posting and handicapping.
Who makes the Rules of Golf and how are they made?
Inside Golf House
Scott Simmons, Golf Canada's Executive Director, shares his thoughts on the state of the game in Canada.
In honour of International Volunteers Day, Golf Canada thanks Canadians who give of their time and talents to volunteer within golf.
Time and money constrain the playing of the game – they do not drive the game.
Dave Lafleur updates us from The Open Championship, where he is coordinating the charter flight for players to the RBC Canadian Open.
A look at the game of golf through the eyes of this Canadian Golf Hall of Fame writer
Does any professional golfer define "laid-back" more than Jason Dufner?
When somebody loses, as in golf, or a team sport, they always cause or contribute to their own downfall
With his win at TPC Sawgrass, planet’s best golfer shows he’s back to his very best
From the Archives
Everything related to the game, past and present.
So, why is Jack Nicklaus in the Canadian Golf Hall of Fame?
Through photos, Golf Canada takes a look back at some of the most influential people in Canadian golf history.
Museum to offer complimentary admission
Checking in with Team Canada
Team Canada staff share their insights on everything to do with Team Canada.
Many members of Team Canada were in action this past weekend. Here's how they fared...
Valérie Tanguay wins Vertude Junior Spring Open
Alumni in action on the LPGA this week
On the Road
Club to club, coast to coast with Golf Canada Regional Directors Blair Armitage, Remi Bouchard and Christine Dengel.
Holding a golf handicap is one of the factors that makes the sport great
Now that golf is an Olympic sport again, what do we have to do as a nation in order to train and develop potential Olympians?
Golf in Nova Scotia is synonymous with great hospitality.