Inside Golf House
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.
If you could write a letter to your younger self, what would you say?
In honour of National Volunteer Week, Golf Canada is proud to recognize our past, present and future volunteers
With news that Jim Little is leaving RBC, Golf Canada CEO Scott Simmons says thank you to a friend who’s had a strong connection to Canadian golf.
The final installment of a four part series discusses the importance of getting the entire golf industry to work together towards common goals
In the third installment of a four part series detailing Golf Canada’s 2012 Strategic Plan, CEO Scott Simmons talks about the resources required to make an effective investment into the sport of golf.
In the second of a four part series detailing Golf Canada’s 2012 Strategic Plan, CEO Scott Simmons talks about the association’s role in ensuring excellence in Canadian golf.
In this opener of a four part series, Golf Canada CEO Scott Simmons dives into the 2012 Strategic Plan, beginning with the association’s plan to grow golf participation in Canada.
As a major partner in Canadian golf, Bell deserves accolades for their latest demonstration of corporate citizenship and support
I was reminded this past weekend why the efforts of our many golf volunteers deserve to be celebrated.
The powerful story of Manuel de los Santos and how golf changed his life
A recent article in the Wall Street Journal has sparked interest in the Canadian golf industry’s government awareness campaign
As we close the book on the 2011 season, Golf Canada is thankful to those that helped grow and support the sport of golf in Canada.
Doug Roxburgh will forever be tied to excellence in Canadian golf
Taking part in the recent Golf Business Canada National Conference and Trade Show was a great opportunity to connect and share ideas with Canadian golf course owners.
Canadian Golf Hall of Famer Dick Grimm shared a poignant message to the golf community at a recent fundraising gala hosted by the GAO
Canadian sports media and the entire Brantford sports community has lost a good friend with the recent passing of Ed O’Leary.
Canadian golf’s national and provincial governing bodies can learn a lot from the amalgamation of the new Quebec Golf Federation.
A fire at Aspen Link Country Club in Saskatchewan ended with the clubhouse burning to the ground
A thoughtful note of thanks is often the most worthwhile return on investment
The inaugural Links to Education Invitational golf event help to raise more than $200,000 in support of the Golf Canada Foundation and Canadian post-secondary golf
Over 63,000 participants have helped raise more than $3.2 million in the fight against breast cancer through Golf Fore the Cure.
Canadian golf lost a good man this week with the passing of longtime golf journalist Norm Woods.
What does it mean to earn a tournament exemption?
This week, Golf Canada celebrates the 107th playing of the Canadian Men’s Amateur Championship taking place in Winnipeg.
Canada’s top junior talents are on display in B.C. this week
Shaughnessy, OUR Open and Canada’s rising star - recapping the 102nd playing of Canada’s national open championship
July, 2011 marks the centennial of the Canadian Professional Golfers’ Association
The National Allied Golf Association’s inaugural government relations campaign was a huge success
Congratulations to Stephen Ross on his induction this past weekend into the Canadian Golf Hall of Fame
Scott Simmons, Golf Canada CEO checks in from Ottawa at the National Allied Golf Association’s federal lobby days
This week’s Canadian University College Championship shows us that Canadian post-secondary golfers have viable competitive options here in Canada
A major partner in Canadian golf, Bell deserves accolades for their latest demonstration of corporate citizenship.
Kudos to the Canadian Tour for welcoming Team Canada grad Nick Taylor with six tournament exemptions
The start of May means Golf Canada welcomes another season of talented and energetic summer students
With the postponement of the Toyota World Junior Golf Team Championship in Japan, tournament organizers made a responsible decision in the face of tragedy
The April issue of Golf Canada magazine is now available
Checking in from The Masters, where the magic and the legend of Augusta seem to grow stronger every year
Abbottsford, B.C. native captures second professional victory in Colombia at the Pacific Columbia Tour Championship
This past weekend, Golf Canada executive director & CEO Scott Simmons spent time in Vancouver; the association also had a presence at the Montreal Golf Show
Canada’s National Allied Golf Associations are launching a national government relations campaign aimed at telling the success story that is Canadian golf
A thank you letter from a pair of Team Canada grads that made my day
The PGA TOUR has announced its new Mobile Device Policy allowing the use of cell and smart phones on site during tournaments. What impact will it have on events going forward?
Richard Zokol and Stephen Ross took different paths towards their much deserved inductions into the Canadian Golf Hall of Fame.
As the Canadian Golf Hall of Fame gets set to announce its newest inductees, Golf Canada wants to know who you think should be in the Hall.
National Golf in Schools welcomes its 1000th school
With the strategic plan in place and a historic new president at the helm, Golf Canada CEO Scott Simmons recaps the annual general meeting and looks ahead to 2011.
In less than two years, close to 1000 Canadian elementary schools have embraced the National Golf in Schools program.