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On July 27th, the Upper Mid-East Sectional Championship Qualifier was held at Rebel Creek golf course located near Waterloo. There were 89 competitors from Canada and the United States of which there were 40 Scramble Team members and 49 Stroke Play members. Our GTA Chapter had two Scramble Teams and 8 Stroke Play members participating.
The Upper Mid-East Section (UPME) is one of 15 Sections and includes Chapters from Cleveland, OH, Durham, ON, Fort Wayne, IN, Greater Toronto Area, ON, Hamilton – Burlington, ON, Metro Detroit, MI, Waterloo Region, ON, and York-Simcoe, ON.
On the day of the UPME tournament, the weather was beautiful, including a brief cooling rain shower. Everyone seemed to enjoy the gifts, the picturesque course, the company of their opponents and the delicious lunch and most important, they had FUN.
Congratulations to all our GTA members who made it to this UPME sectional. You were great representatives of our chapter.
Congratulations to Susan M for finishing in first place with her low gross score in the Second Flight category. Susan is eligible to move on to Championship Finals in Palm Springs, California. Best of luck in the Finals, Susan!!!
On July 6th, the LPGA Amateurs GTA held their annual Local Championship Qualifier. This year it was at the BraeBen Golf course in Mississauga. We had 29 participants, including 2 scramble teams, 18 individual stroke play competitors in four flights and 3 who played just for fun.
The weather turned out to be great, everyone seemed to be hydrated as it was a very hot day and judging by the chatter over dinner, it seemed everyone had a good time even though we probably left a few shots out there on the course. Read More
Sunday, June 23 2019, Julie Danabie, began her round with a 15 ft one putt, the first of many, until she reaches the 16th hole, Par 3, red flag approximately 112 yards out from the forward tee box, she pulls out her 4 Hybrid and launches her Callaway ball into the air and after a hop onto the green it rolls gently into the hole. All this after she was hit by a golf ball in the butt earlier in the round!
The Country Club, 20 Lloyd St, Woodbridge ON
The meeting was called to order at approximately 1:15 pm by May Lee-Goodman, the Chair.
The Secretary’s Report was provided by May Lee-Goodman, noting that there were 16 members in the room and 18 proxies, for a total of 34 voting members. There were no errors or omissions in the 2018 AGM draft minutes which were provided for member review prior to meeting. The Secretary’s Report was approved by unanimous vote.
The Treasurer’s Report was provided by Van Le and was approved by unanimous vote.
A motion was made to waive the Audit/Review requirements for 2019, seconded and accepted.
Canada Update was provided by Brenda Higuchi.
The Chair’s Report was provided by May Lee-Goodman on the 2018 Season and approved by unanimous vote.
The Chair also announced that the item for motion to dissolve the corporation was removed from the agenda due to recommendation from HQ to remain status quo until the LPGA Amateur Golf Association operating model has been finalized.
The 2019 Plan was provided by Bev Hill and Maria Szoke.
2019-2020 Board Nominations was chaired by Bev Hill.
The meeting concluded at 3:30 pm.
Join us at The Club at North Halton for the first Premium Monday event of the season. A delight to the eye at all times of the year, North Halton is a challenging 18 hole, par-72 golf course that gives golfers a chance to use every club in the bag.
North Halton’s beautifully landscaped grounds incorporate the natural beauty of tree lined fairways, wooded ravines and natural foliage all set in the majestic valley of Georgetown.
Golfers will find play on the early holes is deceiving, with challenging holes requiring greater shot variations the rest of the way. That being said, the course is a pleasure to walk and players enjoy a comfortable 4h 15m pace of play.
Tee times begin at 3:00pm with dinner to follow in the clubhouse. Please indicate in the registration comment field if you need a gluten-free / nut-free / vegetarian meal option.
The Club at North Halton
363 Maple Avenue
Please email: firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in attending in handicap seminar. Details to follow.
With the changes to the Rules of Golf in 2019, Brampton Golf Club has invited the members of the LPGAAA to the GAO Rules of Golf Seminar. The date, format and the cost for the evening is as follows:
Date: Thursday April 11, 2019
Time: 6:00 – Arrival
Dinner: 6:15pm to 7:00pm
Seminar: 7:00pm to 9:00pm
Location: Brampton Golf Club, 7700 Kennedy Road, Brampton, Ontario L6W 0A1
Eagle Ridge is just west of Toronto and offers a superb balance of tree-lined holes, rolling terrain and beautiful valleys in the Escarpment country side.
The course also provides the golfer with plenty of options, but there are times when you’ve got to make the shot, such as the harrowing approach to the par-4, 10th green set on a hillside guarded by giant stands of trees.
11:30 am:-12:30 pm: Registration Desk Open
12:30 pm-1:15 pm: BBQ Lunch (Pre-golf only) burgers, sausage, veggie burgers, garden salad, dessert, soft drinks and water.
1:30 pm: Tee Times start
5:30 pm: Socializing and prizes. Meals and beverages available for purchase
Address: 11742 10 Line, Georgetown
Deer Creek North is “The Jewel” of Durham Region – the 27-hole signature design is considered to be among Ontario’s elite public golf courses. Divided into three nines, the North Course provides a triumvirate of well-crafted jewels, each with their own unique challenges that test every golfer’s shot-making ability. Length and accuracy are a must on this championship course, in combination with strategic thinking. The demanding design, premium conditioning and difficult greens of the North Course make it the site of choice for challenging tournaments.
First Tee Time 10:00AM
With the elegance inferred by its regal name and the natural beauty of neighbouring horse farms, King’s Riding brings Scottish-flavoured golf to the urban northern boundary of Toronto.
Inspired by the King’s Course in Scotland, architect Thomas McBroom harmonizes links-style elements such as open entries to greens, fescue-framed fairways and massive putting surfaces with gently rolling terrain, hardwood forests and high points that provide spectacular views and exciting elevated tee shots.
Site of the 2000 Canadian PGA Championship, players find the course fair and fun, as well as a lovely walk through peaceful scenery.
Practice facilities include a two-tier driving range, putting and chipping green.
Tee times begin at 3:00pm, followed by a BBQ on the patio. Please indicate in the registration comment field if you need a gluten-free / nut-free / vegetarian meal option.
14700 Bathurst St