THE MEDALIST SERIES
The Medalist is a series of six one-day tournaments that brings together seasoned competitors who relish both personal challenge as well as team competition and spirit. It is open to CLGA lady and junior girl members who have an established handicap factor of 12 or less. Each tournament has a 24-player field divided in to 6 teams of four players competing against each other in a 2 best net format. At season end, individual performances are recognized and rewarded after cumulative statistics for most fairways, greens in regulation and up and downs are tallied. The highest honors are bestowed to the players with lowest scoring averages for the series.
The entry fee to participate in the Medalist series is $20.00
24 entrants per series event are selected from the 24 lowest factors of members that apply
$25.00 Green Fee per series event
$5.00 Team and deuce pot per series event
Entries for each series event are accepted by email only, on the day one week prior to the event (i.e. by Monday, one week prior to the Monday event). The 24 lowest entry handicap members are selected and notified of their draw by email. Members who do not qualify are also contacted and placed on a waiting list. The Medalist series is a popular event and is often oversubscribed. If you are accepted but need to withdraw for personal reasons please give the co-ordinators 48 hours notice so that a substitute can be obtained from a waiting list.
2019 MEDALIST CHAMPION
1st RUNNER UP
2nd RUNNER UP
Brenda Hargreaves - Inglewood
Diane Jones - Country Hills
Barb Parker - Cottonwood
Karen Saunders - Lakeside
Celina Lam - Redwood
Sue Plum - Willow Park
UP & DOWN
1. Janine Engelhardt
2. Wendy Ellacott
GREENS IN REGULATION
1. Sydney Scraba
2. Chris Ng
1. Louise Crampton
2. Diane Williams
CHAMPS - The Hospitality Series
Calgary Hospitality and Match Play Section (C.H.A.M.P.S) is an interclub team match play event that is a round-robin schedule of games between participating clubs. It is attractive to players who prefer a moderate level of competition sprinkled with a heavy dose of camaraderie. The event features two A index players and two B index players from each club competing against four players from another club with similar playing abilities. Generally there is a reciprocal home and away game. Following golf, the focus turns to fun where players share their experience of the day over lunch.
Friendships formed, good golf and ‘rather forget’ incidents are shared in a wind up tournament hosted at a different club each year in September.
Trophies are awarded in both the "A" and "B" index factor divisions. There are currently 26 member clubs involved in CHAMPS.
Click here to contact CLGA CHAMPS Rep Karen Lavoie.
Click here for the CHAMPS 2019 Results
JUNIOR DEVELOPMENT CAMP
Par for the Course
Game Management and Development Camp
The CLGA is excited to announce the 2021 Junior Girls Development Camp to be held on July 12 at the Canyon Meadows Golf & Country Club. Led by head professional Brady Karlson of Canyon Meadows, the coaching team will be rounded out with Carmen Kinas, Canyon meadows; Shannon Raina, Glencoe; Tiffany Gordon, Carnmoney and Nicola Jeffries, Willow Park. Wow!
This camp is geared towards girls ages 10 and up who are not elite players. A great candidate is someone who is playing golf and has the desire to improve, learn to play or play better in Junior Girls Interclub, Junior Club Championships, Junior Calgary City Amateur and other events. Take advantage of an opportunity to learn from and play on course with some of Calgary’s top professionals!