Tournament registration will open on April 4th at 9:00 AM AST. Golf NB and Golf Canada switched to a new Tournament Software provider in 2021 (Golf Genius) and to ensure a smooth registration process in year two, please take the time to read the following tips to familiarize yourself with the new process:
Membership & Personal Information
Your first and most important step (before tournament registration opens) should be to login to the Golf Canada Score Center and make sure ALL of the following are updated:
Your membership is active for the 2022 golf season *To renew your membership, please contact your home club.
Update your profile information including
date of birth
It is critical that this information is correct as this will be synced to your Golf Genius profile
Ensure your Handicap Index is up to date and accurate as this could affect your tournament eligibility. You must have at least 5 scores posted in the past 12 months.
Team Event Registration
When registering for a team event, please select your desired division to play in (Ex: Amateur Division, Member / Member) Golf Genius will then allow you to search for your partner in the database to complete the registration process.
In the event that you cannot find your partner in the search function, you will be required to select an alternative registration option of Member / Non-Member rather than Member / Member. This will allow you to manually enter your playing partner’s information. (Ex: Amateur Division (Member / Non-Member)
Please note that given the recent lifting of all Provincial COVID-19 Restrictions, Golf NB has REMOVED its Proof of Vaccination Policy for Provincial Championships.
Golf NB will return to Edmundston for the first time since the 2019 NB Men’s Amateur Championship. Having hosted two Canadian Men’s Amateur Championships (1956, 2002) and countless NB Provincial Championships, including eight NB Men’s Amateur Championships (2019, 2001, 1982, 1975, 1967, 1963, 1958, 1952), six NB Ladies Provincial Championships (2012, 1896, 1978, 1962, 1957, 1948) and two NB Men’s Senior Championships (2014, 1992). The Fraser Edmundston Golf Club is no stranger to hosting provincial and national events.
“There is no doubt that players can expect a true test of championship golf,” said Golf NB Tournament Committee Chair, Gary Melanson. “We are very excited to be returning to Fraser Edmundston. The selection process is never simple with so many great facilities across the province who are all capable of providing the best championship experience possible for the competitors.”
“The club and our board of directors are thrilled to be given the opportunity to host this event”, said General Manager Julie Lavoie. “Junior golf is very important for the future of the game and any chance we have to help promote the sport and do our part is something our club highly values. We feel an event of this magnitude will be good for our members, the club, and the community.”
In 2008, the Fraser Edmundston Golf Club received a Recommended Play Award from Golf in Canada for “providing quality, variety, and most of all enjoyment. All things Golf in Canada looks for a great golf course.” That same year, Golf Digest gave the club a Four-Star Rating as well as including it in its Best Places to Play List.
Situated in the legendary Republic of Madawaska, the Fraser Edmundston Golf Club offers players an unforgettable challenge throughout their round. The club offers a variety of topographical changes, mature tree lined fairways and well place bunkers, not to mention the famous railroad track and lake.
Golf New Brunswick (Golf NB), a not-for-profit organization founded in 1934, is the official governing body for amateur golf in New Brunswick. In January of 2006, the New Brunswick Golf Association (NBGA) officially merged with the New Brunswick Ladies Golf Association (NBLGA), resulting in one united governing body for amateur golf in the province. Programs offered by Golf NB to its 46 partner facilities and 6,600 individual members include provincial championships, rules of golf education, course rating and handicap services, and junior golf development programs