Junior Golf Saskatchewan
- Winning ticket has been claimed.
- This section has been set-up for the Junior Golf Saskatchewan 50/50 item to be held for the CP Women’s Open:
- Aug. 20-26, 2018
- Wascana Country Club
- Draw to be made on Aug. 26, 2018 via random draw
- The SLGA Lottery License Number for the 50/50 draw is: RR18-0230
- All proceed, less expenses will stay in Saskatchewan for the betterment of junior golf as per the guidelines outlined on the SLGA website under raffles.
Brian Lee, Executive Director
JR Golf Saskatchewan
For all things related to junior golf, including camp and clinic look-up, tournament schedule and results, news, tips and more visit Golf Canada Juniors
Golf Canada runs a variety of programs aimed at introducing juniors to the game of golf across Canada.
THESE PROGRAMS INCLUDE:
FUTURE LINKS, DRIVEN BY ACURA
As Canada’s national junior golf program, Future Links, driven by Acura, has delivered world-class programming to over 1.4 million juniors since its inception in 1996. Over that period, Future Links, driven by Acura has remained committed in leading the charge to provide new and insightful junior programming at affordable costs. Developed in conjunction with the PGA of Canada, Future Links offers a suite of programs: Learn to Play; Junior Skills Challenge; Mobile Clinics; PGA Junior League and Girls Club. Future Links is at the core of Canada’s Long-Term Player Development framework, aimed at guiding Canadian golfers along a pathway to reach their full potential.
FUTURE LINKS CHAMPIONSHIPS
Future Links, driven by Acura Championships consist of six regional junior golf tournaments aimed at providing exceptional Canadian junior male and female golfers with the opportunity to develop his or her skills and showcase his or her talents at the highest level of tournament golf.
GOLF IN SCHOOLS
Offered at the Elementary, Intermediate and High School level, Golf in Schools has introduced over 370,000 students to golf since the program was established in 2009.
Developed by Physical Health Education (PHE) Canada in partnership with Golf Canada and the PGA of Canada, Golf in Schools features age-appropriate equipment alongside teacher-friendly learning resources for seamless program delivery.
In continuation of the program’s focus to provide cutting-edge lesson plans, learning resources have evolved with the addition of the Life Skills curriculum, developed from research conducted by the University of Ottawa. This extension places added focus on integrating transferable life skills such as honesty and respect into the Golf in Schools lesson plans.
For more information on how to register, visit the Golf in Schools website.
We will be showing the growing total of the 50/50 at this location.
Click here for the live update.
The winner’s share for ticket #1917029 is $28,117.50.
Thank you to all the 50-50 volunteers, the fans and the participants in the 50/50. We look forward to using the funds raised for Junior Golf in Saskatchewan.