Northern Alberta: Local News / Central Region
Last Updated on Thursday, 23 June 2016 18:39 Thursday, 23 June 2016 18:34
EDMONTON, Alberta (Alberta Golf) — Brett Hogan of The Glencoe Golf & Country Club took the win with a tournament total of 134 (-10) for the Scott Venturo Alberta Open Championship at RedTail Landing Golf Club. After losing the lead to Calgary’s Wes Heffernan early in the round, Hogan chipped-in on the 18t to win by two strokes.
Last Updated on Thursday, 09 June 2016 18:01 Thursday, 09 June 2016 17:49
(Gord Montgomery/iG) — My Dear Alberta Friends,
Please forgive me for not writing sooner, but given the state of affairs I find myself in over the past while, it has truly been rather difficult to keep in touch.
However, that being said, I think you’ll forgive my negligence with this special offering I have for you to enjoy two of my favourite golf facilities in Western Canada — the Fairmont Banff Springs Golf Course and the Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge Golf Club.
Last Updated on Friday, 08 April 2016 00:12 Tuesday, 05 April 2016 08:23
EDMONTON, Alberta (Gord Montgomery/iG) — For many Alberta golf courses, and those that wander their green fair-ways, 2016 could be a banner year. This past winter has been short and thus the golf sea-son becomes a long one leading to more rounds for players and more revenue for facilities
For the most part, courses from the bottom of the province to the top have seen their ear-liest ever opening. In fact, things teed off in Calgary in February when Fox Hollow GC turned divot diggers loose on Feb. 16, albeit on temps.
“It was huge. People were just loving it,” said head pro Greg Griffith about those early gate crashers, adding the track moved to regulation greens around the middle of March.
While this may not have been a record for early opening, this year is the earliest ever they’ve been on “real greens,” said Griffith. “We’ve always opened up on temps but this stretch of being open is definitely the earliest.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 15 March 2016 08:43 Tuesday, 15 March 2016 08:34
CALGARY, Alberta (Gord Montgomery/iG) — Stepping back onto the tee box in golf’s working world after a brief hiatus, Phil Berube knows he now has some rather large challenges in front of him.
Berube, the former longtime executive director of the PGA of Alberta who stepped away from that role a couple of years back, has returned to the game in a similar role with Alberta Golf, the province’s ruling amateur golf body. Now, he faces the task of keeping Albertans involved in the sport as the economy fluctuates wildly throughout oil country.
Last Updated on Saturday, 13 February 2016 02:21 Saturday, 13 February 2016 02:18
The Board of Directors of Alberta Golf is pleased to announce the appointment of Phil Berube as its Executive Director/CEO effective February 16, 2016.
Berube comes to Alberta Golf with over 20 years of experience in the golf industry having led the PGA of Alberta as Executive Director for 12 years from 2002 to 2013. Most recently Phil was Vice President, Corporate Partnerships for Junior Achievement Canada where he was responsible for ensuring necessary funding for all aspects of its strategic plan.
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