• 1992 Saskatchewan Senior Men’s Golf Team

    Accomplishments: Canadian Senior Men’s Golf Champions, 1992. Left to Right: Fred Clark, Ray Marsh, Ron Corrins, Ron Whiteside. The 1992 Saskatchewan Senior Men’s golf team composed of Ray Marsh (captain), Fred Clark, Ron Whiteside (all from Saskatoon), and Ron Corrins Read more →

  • 1964 Saskatchewan Willingdon Cup Golf Team

    Accomplishments: Canadian Willingdon Cup Team Golf Champions, 1964. History was made in 1964, as it marked the first time that a Saskatchewan golf team had won the Interprovincial Willingdon Cup team title. The team consisted of Alec Bland (the non-playing Read more →

  • Barbara (Stone) Turnbull

    Barbara Turnbull won 14 Riverside Club championships between 1957 and 1972. She claimed her first Saskatoon City Golf Championship in 1958, and went on to win it seven more times between 1961 and 1972. Barbara was a member of the Read more →

  • Geraldine Street

    Geraldine (Evans) Street

    An all-round athlete, Geraldine Street played basketball, volleyball, badminton, and was an active figure skater, equestrian, and curler for 28 years. In golf, she won 21 Saskatoon Golf and Country Club championships between 1954 and 1987; seven city championships (1955, Read more →

  • Jim Scissons

    James “Jim” Scissons

    Jim Scissons began his golf fame by taking the provincial junior title in 1960. Jim was Saskatoon City Golf Champion six times (1964-1966, 1968, 1969, and 1971) and Central Saskatchewan Champion seven times (1962, 1964-1968, and 1971). On a provincial Read more →

  • Ross Tom

    Tom Ross

    Tom Ross began golfing at an early age and by the age of 17 was a formidable competitor. Tom arrived in Canada in 1924, and by 1926 he was the club professional at the Wascana Golf Club in Regina. He Read more →

  • Keith Rever

    Keith Rever

    Keith Rever has been involved in golf for many years. He won the city amateur championship nine times; the Saskatchewan Amateur Golf Championship in 1959 and 1962; was a member of nine Willingdon Cup teams 1959 and 1962-1969, including the Read more →

  • Reid Robert

    Dr. Robert Reid

    Robert Reid started playing golf at an early age. By the time he was in college, he was the Inter-collegiate Golf Champion in 1937 and 1938. In Saskatchewan golf history, Dr. Reid has the distinction of winning three major events: Read more →

  • Lederhouse Phil

    Phil Lederhouse

    Phil Lederhouse lost his sight in 1934 at the age of 19. Fifteen years later, in 1950, he took up golf. With no prior experience and six months coaching, Phil won the Canadian Blind Golf Championship in Hamilton. He also Read more →

  • Leddy Jack

    Dr. John “Jack” Leddy

    Jack Leddy’s principal contribution has been as an administrator and developer of the game of golf. On the local scene, Dr. Leddy was instrumental in the encouragement and development of high school and junior golf in Saskatchewan. Dr. Leddy was Read more →

  • Joanne Goulet

    Joanne Goulet started playing golf at the age of 14. She entered and won her first provincial tournament in 1949. At 16 years of age she was the youngest golfer in the Canadian championships. Since 1951, Joanne has won 19 Read more →

  • Fletcher Pat in backswing

    Pat Fletcher

    Pat Fletcher achieved his greatest competitive fame while playing out of the Saskatoon Golf and Country Club as a Club Professional from 1946 to 1955. He is best known for his 1954 Canadian Open at the Vancouver Point Grey Golf Read more →