On the Road
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.
Two young Quebecers will have full time residence on the LPGA Tour in 2013
The unfortunate passing of an 18-year-old Quebecer reminds us how important it is to stay safe on the golf course.
Golf Canada's Christine Dengel shares her thoughts on a Canadian golf paradise
Ernie Els' win at The Open proves that in golf, it's never truly over until the final putt drops.
In 100 years, Alberta Golf has grown from five member clubs to more than 220.
Golf Canada’s Remi Bouchard recalls upon his memories competing in the Canadian Open
Golf clubs in Ontario and Atlantic Canada can sure throw a party. Just ask Golf Canada’s Christine Dengel.
Grande Prairie Golf and Country Club is thinking outside-the-box to appeal to Alberta's junior and "less junior" golfers.
If we want kids to take up golf and become avid golfers for life, we need to embrace their presence in golf.
The Golf Canada Auction is back! Golf Canada's Christine Dengel takes us through how to place a bid and what your dollars will support.
The Canadian University/College Golf Championship is a unique team bonding experience
A few words on spring meetings, hope, and eternally growing the game.
Golf courses in Eastern Canada get earlier than normal start to the year.
A Canadian perspective of golf in Scotland
A number of clubs and pros are rising from the pack to meet this challenge laid down by Golf Manitoba’s president. What will you do?
Sunny, warmer days continue to surprise and please the golf industry as the 2012 season unfolds.
Greenbryre Golf and Country Club in Saskatoon is the latest club to adopt the 12-hole concept in hopes of attracting new clientele
Golf Canada's Rémi Bouchard reflects on The Masters and the future of golf in New Brunswick
There is an endless amount of passion for teaching juniors in Canada
Club Managers from across Canada took part a unique team building experience at this year’s Canadian Society of Club Managers Regional Conference
Golf Canada’s Remi Bouchard pays his respects to long-time golf administrator and friend Chris Gribbin
Golf has been good to my family... let it be good to yours.
Each year, during the fall and early winter, there is always a great deal of movement with golf club senior staff, and the lower mainland of BC has been no exception.
Golf Canada’s Remi Bouchard gives thanks to those who helped him throughout his career and those who continue to help others