TORONTO – The Canadian Society of Club Managers (CSCM) is pleased to announce and congratulate the recipients of CSCM’s 2020 Awards Program. The awards ceremony will take place on Monday, October 5, 2020, at CSCM’s first-ever virtual national conference.
The award recipients are:
Cameron Gray, CCM, St. Charles Country Club, Winnipeg, MB
Club Manager of the Year
Jim Hope, CCM, CCE, Derrick Golf & Winter Club, Edmonton, AB
Club of the Year (Medium)
Cedar Brae Golf Club, Toronto, ON (Martin Piché, CCM, General Manager/COO)
Club of the Year (Large)
Terminal City Club, Vancouver, BC (Peter Jackman, General Manager)
In addition, the following members will be honoured for recently receiving their Certified Club Manager (CCM) designation:
- Dan Campbell, CCM, St. Andrew’s East Golf & Country Club, Stouffville, ON
- Rob Cheevers, CCM, Buffalo Canoe Club, Ridgeway, ON
- Jennifer Cox, CCM, The Glencoe Golf & Country Club, Calgary, AB
- Molly Jagroop, CCM, Oakdale Golf & Country Club Ltd., Toronto, ON
- Steven Pert, CCM, Kanawaki Golf Club, Kahnawake, QC
- Martin Piché, CCM, Cedar Brae Golf Club, Toronto, ON
- Shendal Yalchin, CCM, The Hamilton Club, Hamilton, ON
The following member will be honoured for recently receiving their Certified Chief Executive (CCE) designation:
- Paul Morrell, CCM, CCE, Ontario Racquet Club, Mississauga, ON
Moreover, the following member will be recognized for recently achieving Honour Society status:
- Mary Elizabeth Sullivan, CCM, Granite Club, Toronto, ON
The annual awards program honours members who have made a significant contribution to the Society and the profession of club management in Canada, supporting CSCM’s mission to offer quality education and networking opportunities. Annually, members are invited to nominate peers in the industry. All nomination submissions are carefully reviewed by the Awards Committee and recipients are selected based on specific criteria.
Michael Hearse, CCM, Member of the CSCM National Board of Directors and Chair of the Awards Committee remarked, “We thank all those who participated this year. I am delighted to congratulate the award recipients, each of whom are wonderful representatives of the club management industry and the professionalism of the Society.”
Suzanne Godbehere, Chief Executive Officer of CSCM, said, “While our awards ceremony will be held virtually this year – make no mistake – it will be just as triumphant. We will be working to incorporate video highlights and live award presentations to the online event. The format will allow members from across the country to participate.”
For further details regarding the CSCM Awards Program & Application Process, please visit: CSCM Awards Program
Information about CSCM’s first-ever virtual national conference can be found here: Flatout
About The Canadian Society of Club Managers
Established in 1957, CSCM is the national professional society representing the club management profession in Canada. Of our approximately 600 members, over 70% are from golf clubs, and the remainder from a variety of city, recreation, fitness, curling and other types of clubs.
The Society’s members hold position titles that include General Manager, Chief Executive Officer, Chief Operating Officer as well as Assistant Manager, Clubhouse Manager, Controller and Food and Beverage Manager.