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Dickinson, Spidell, Grebenc, and Boudreau lead heading into Tuesday’s final round at the 2022 NB Women’s Provincial Championship, driven by Audi Moncton

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ST. ANDREWS, NB – The Algonquin Golf Course welcomed players for a windy, but very sunny second round.

With the second round in the books, we have new leaders in the Amateur and Mid-Amateur divisions. Margo Dickinson, of the Golf Canada Club – New Brunswick, finds herself with a 3-shot lead going into Tuesday’s final round. Dickinson currently sits at a combined score of 12-over par with back-to-back scores of 78. In a 3-way tie for 2nd place, we have Chrissie Spidell of the Carolina Golf Association, Julie Gauvin of the Fox Creek Golf Club, and Bailey Carr of the Belvedere Golf Club. All would finish their second round with a combined 2-day score of 15-over par. Laura Wesselius, of the Petitcodiac Valley Golf & Country Club, sits in solo 5th, shooting a combined score of 16-over par, (80, 80).

round 2, Amateur and mid-amateur leader, Margo Dickinson teeing off on the par-4 1st hole

In the Senior division, we have Chrissie Spidell, who would card a 9-over par, 81, and a second round 6-over par, 78. Spidell finds herself with a 2-shot lead over defending champion, Leanne Richardson of the Country Meadows Golf Club who would card a first round score of 7-over par, 79, and a second round score of 10-over par, 82. Sitting in solo 3rd, we have Allison Chisholm, of the Rockwood Park Golf Club, who is currently 3 shots behind Spidell.

2019 NB Super-Senior Women’s Champion, Kathy Grebenc, of the Gowan Brae Golf & Country Club finds herself with a commanding 9-shot lead over Sharon Case of the Miramichi Golf & Country Club. Grebenc would card a round 1 and 2 score of 13-over par, 85, and 8-over par 80, Case would card a 1st round score of 88, followed by 86 on her second day.

In the newly established Platinum Division, which features players aged 70 and older, sees Golf Pokemouche’s Raymonde Boudreau holding her lead after a 2nd round score of 92, Boudreau finds herself with a four shot advantage over Jocelyn Keirstead of the Woodstock Golf & Curling Club.

For a third consecutive year, all of Golf NB’s Major Championships feature the Dormie Workshop Par-3 Challenge. The competition was created to reward the player who performs the best on the Par-3’s during the course of each Golf NB Championship. Currently, Margo Dickinson holds her lead with a combined score of even-par on each par-3 at the Algonquin. Dickinson sits four shots ahead of six other players.

Sharon Case leads the Super-Senior group for the Dormie Workshop Par-3 Challenge. Case finds herself with a one-shot advantage over 3 other players.

The winner of the challenge will receive a custom Dormie Workshop Leather Yardage Book following the conclusion of the event.

The final round of the NB Women’s Provincials, Driven by Audi Moncton will begin at 7:00 AM. Tee Times and Pairings can be found HERE.

For more information on the 2022 NB Women’s Provincial Championship, Driven by Audi Moncton, please CLICK HERE.

For more information on the Algonquin Golf Course please visit: CLICK HERE.

CLICK HERE to view photos from Round 1&2.

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 50 partner facilities and 7,900 individual members include provincial championships, rules of golf education, course rating and handicap services, and junior golf development programs.

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Golf NB Championships NB Women's Provincials Team New Brunswick

Chisholm, Grebenc, & Boudreau lead the field heading into Monday’s second round at the 2022 NB Women’s Provincial Championship, driven by Audi Moncton

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ST. ANDREWS, NB – The Algonquin Golf Course welcomed players for Round 1 of 3 on Sunday, July 3rd with fast greens and beautiful weather. This year, 98 of the province’s top female golfers were set to compete in Amateur, Mid-Amateur, Senior, Super-Senior, and Platinum categories over 54 holes for four Provincial Championship Titles.

the 2022 nb Women’s provincials are proudly driven by audi moncton (photo taken in 2021 at royal oaks)

Leading the field off in round 1 at 7:00 AM was a pair who are no strangers to the pressure and prestige of Championship Golf, 2019 NB Women’s Provincial Champion, Leanne Richardson of the Country Meadows Golf Club, and 2018 Champion Morgan Matchett of the Miramichi Golf & Country Club.

Matchett would finish round 1 in a tie for 17th in the Amateur Division, and a tie for 14th in the Mid-Amateur Division after a much better back nine. Richardson would finish the day with a total seven-over par, 79 and an impressive 37 back nine score. This would place her in a tie for 5th in the Amateur Division, a solo 5th in the Mid-Amateur, and a solo 2nd in the Women’s Senior Division.

It was Allison Chisholm of the Rockwood Park Golf Club would take the overall lead in all three divisions (Amateur, Mid-Amateur, and Senior). Chisholm would who began her round with a birdie on the par-4 1st hole, and ended with one on the par-4 18th carded an overall score of 5-over par, 77, with a 1-over 37 on the back nine.

Finally, Bailey Carr of the Belvedere Golf Club, Margo Dickinson of the NBGA Public Players Association, and Maureen O’Donnell of the Fredericton Golf Club would finish their day in a tie for 2nd in the Amateur and Mid-Amateur Divisions. The 3 ladies would card a 6-over par, 78, trailing leader Allison Chisholm by one stroke.

Round 1 leader allison chisholm teeing off on the Par-4 1st hole.

2019 NB Women’s Super-Senior Champion, Kathy Grebenc, of the Gowan Brae Golf and Country Club also sees herself competing for the Super-Senior title as her consistent play in Round 1 gives her one-shot lead over Lois Stewart of The Riverside Country Club. Rounding out the 3rd position in thre Super-Senior Divison is Brenda Parrott of the Gowan Brae Golf and Country Club, Parrott stands 2 strokes behind Grebenc.

In the newly established Platinum Division, which features players aged 70 and older, sees Golf Pokemouche’s Raymonde Boudreau leading the division after a first-round total of 88, 16-Over Par. Nelly Spinney of the Mactaquac Provincial Park Golf Club sits in second place after her opening round 89, followed closely by the Fredericton Golf Club’s Barb Henderson who shot 90.

For a third consecutive year, all of Golf NB’s Major Championships feature the Dormie Workshop Par-3 Challenge. The competition was created to reward the player who performs the best on the Par-3’s during the course of each Golf NB Championship. Currently, Margo Dickinson sits in the driver’s seat on the Dormie Workshop Par-3 Challenge Leaderboard after finishing with a 1-Under total on all the Par-3s during Round 1.

The winner of the challenge will receive a custom Dormie Workshop Leather Yardage Book following the conclusion of the event.

The second round of the NB Women’s Provincials, Driven by Audi Moncton will begin at 7:00 AM. Tee Times and Pairings can be found HERE.

For more information on the 2022 NB Women’s Provincial Championship, Driven by Audi Moncton, please CLICK HERE.

For more information on the Algonquin Golf Course please visit: CLICK HERE.

CLICK HERE to view photos from Round 1.

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 50 partner facilities and 7,900 individual members include provincial championships, rules of golf education, course rating and handicap services, and junior golf development programs.

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East Coast Junior Championship Golf NB Championships

The East Coast Junior Championship is set to return to Covered Bridge

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After a two-year absence due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the East Coast Junior Championship is set to return to Covered Bridge Golf & Country Club in Hartland, NB. Play is set to take place on June 28th & 29th, with a talent-filled field of 40 Junior Boys and 7 Junior Girls.

Given the two-year absence, there are no returning champions in the draw this year. The field is not short of talent, however. Fresh off his win at this year’s Under-15 championships, Elliott Mullen of Truro Golf Club will look to continue his run of success in the Under-15 division. Older brother Simon Mullen is also in the field in the Under-19 division, as the reigning NB Under-17 Champion. The 2020 Under-17 champion Julien Babineau is also set to take on Covered Bridge.

📸 CMRN.O – Covered bridge golf & country club

In the female division, reigning NB Under-17 & 19 champion Addison McClune of The Riverside Country Club will look to take the vacant crown against the likes of 2020 Under-17 champion and Golf NB Public Player Stéphanie Roy. Neve Miller of Fox Creek is also in the field, following her win at this year’s Under-15 championship.

2021 NB Under-17 & 19 champion Addison McClune of The Riverside Country Club

After two years of cancellation, the Covered Bridge Golf & Country Club is set to host its first championship since the 2019 Canadian Junior Boys Championship.

For more information on the 2022 Covered Bridge East Coast Junior Championship CLICK HERE.

For more information on the Covered Bridge Golf & Country Club CLICK HERE.

Golf NB Championships Under-13 Under-15

Under-13 & Under-15 Champions Crowned at Gage Golf & Curling Club

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Oromocto, NB– The best Junior golfers from across New Brunswick and Nova Scotia met in Oromocto for the Under-13 and Under-15 Championships. Taking place as a standalone event for the first time in recent history, the juniors were at the front and center of the spotlight as play took place over the weekend at Gage Golf & Curling Club.

Elliott Mullen, of Truro Golf Club, captured the Under-15 boys crown, turning around a 4-shot deficit after Round 1. Mullen improved on his first-day score by 5 strokes to finish the second round 5-over, 76, for a two-day total of 15-over, 157. Runner-up was Tristan Frenette of The Riverside Country Club, who finished with a 2-day total of 24-over, 166. A two-way tie for third saw Grady Cohen of Abercrombie and Kyle McClune of The Riverside both sitting at 30-over, 172 at the end of the weekend.

Elliott Mullen, Under-15 Boys Champion

On the Under-13 side, Nathan MacDonald of Oakfield Golf and Country Club followed up his strong first-day score of 6-over, 77 with a second-round score of 15-over, 86. His two-day total of 21-over, 163 was enough to take the crown by 4 strokes. In the second place, Carter Lavigne of Moncton Golf Club finished with a 25-over, 167, one shot ahead of third-place Golf Canada Public player Adrien Breault at 26-over, 168.

Nathan MacDonald, Under-13 Boys champions

In the Under-15 girls’ division, Neve Miller of Fox Creek won the title, improving her first-round total of 21-over 92, with a strong second-day score of 10-over, 81, for a weekend total of 31-over, 173. Defending champion Avery Cohen of Abercrombie was runner-up with a weekend total of 46-over, 188.

Neve Miller, Under-15 Girl’s Champion

In the Under-13 girls’ division, Frédérique Doiron of Fox Creek took home the title. After a first-round total of 61-over, 132, she improved greatly on the second day of play, finishing with a second total of 44-over, 115. She finished with a weekend total of 105-over, 247.

Frédérique Doiron Under-13 Girl’s Champion

For more information on the 2022 NB Under-13&15 Championships, including results and tee times, please CLICK HERE.

For more information on the Gage Golf & Curling Club, please visit: CLICK HERE

Golf NB Championships Grow The Game U13 & U15 Provincial

The 2022 U13 & U15 Championships set to take place at the Gage Golf & Curling Club

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FREDERICTON, NB – 30 players from across New Brunswick and Nova Scotia will converge in Oromocto for the 2022 NB Under-13&15 Championships. Taking place from June 18th-19th, the Gage Golf & Curling Association is very excited to welcome some of Atlantic Canada’s best young golfers.

Players of age will have the opportunity to evaluate and familiarize themselves with the course as Gage is set to host the U13&15 Championships now through 2024.

In the boy’s division, some notable names include Carter Lavigne of the Moncton Golf Club, Jacob Handel of the Golf NB Public Players Club, Tristan Frenette of The Riverside Country Club, and Elliot Mullen of the Truro Golf Club, younger brother of 2021 NB U19 Boys Champion Owen Mullen, and 2021 NB U17 Boys Champion Simon Mullen.

With a short field in the girls division, there is no short of talent. Avery Cohen and Neve Miller will compete for the 2022 NB U15 Girls Championship, and rookie Fédérique Doiron will make her debut competing in the 2022 NB U13 Girls Championship.

The depth of field in this year’s event indicates there will be a lot to play for when the juniors tee it up at the Gage Golf & Curling Club on Saturday.

For more information on the 2022 NB Under-13&15 Championships, including results and tee times, please CLICK HERE.

For more information on the Gage Golf & Curling Club, please visit: CLICK HERE

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Golf NB Championships

Gowan Brae set to host the 2022 NB Ladies Four Ball, Driven by Audi Moncton

Gowan Brae Golf & Country Club - Bathurst, NB

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After a two-year absence due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the Women’s Four Ball returns to the Gowan Brae Golf and Country Club on June 12th, 2022.  The 2022 event will see 36 two-player teams compete for both gross and net championships.

Kelly Maher of Gowen Brae returns to defend her 2019 title with her new partner, Sharon Case of the Miramichi Golf & Country Club. With previous champions Sandy Comeau and Leanne Richardson of Country Meadows Golf Club and Karen Flett and Paula Napke-Flanagan from Miramichi Golf & Country Club also in the field, it should make for a competitive and exciting event.

In the net division, Micheline Roussel and Katherine Cooney of Gowan Brae will look to defend their 2019 title. The field will also see two-time net division champions (2010, 2016) Beth Leroux of West Hills Golf Course with partner and Golf New Brunswick President, Judy Astle of the Old Mill Pond Golf & Country Club, and 2018 net champions, Amelie and Alexandra Guitard.

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Champions Crowned at NB Men’s Four Ball, Presented by Taylormade Canada

Evan mcfarlane, Golf nb junior and player development chair (left), posing with 2022 NB men's four Ball Champions, darren Roach (middle), and Greg steele (right)

NB Men`s Four Ball Results

NB Senior Men`s Four Ball Results

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Sunday brought sunny and warm conditions to entice the field at the NB Men’s Four Ball Championships presented by TaylorMade, the first event of the 2022 Golf NB Championship Schedule.

In the Senior Men`s Division, the team of Bob Brown and Tony MacKinnon of the West Hills Golf Club would complete their wire-to-wire win shooting a score of five under par (-5) on day 1, and a six under par (-6) on day 2 ending with a commanding five-shot lead over runner-ups Shawn Branch and Greg Jones of the Country Meadows Golf Club. Brown and MacKinnon would combine for a two-day total of 1 eagle, 10 birdies, and only 1 bogey.

Brown and MacKinnon would begin their Saturday shooting an even par 36 on the front nine, following with an impressive five under 31 on the back nine to hold a two-shot lead going into Sunday’s round. The pair would then come out firing with score of 32 on the front nine (-4), to then finish with a 34 on the back nine (-2).

judy Astle, golf Nb president, posing with 2022 Nb senior men’s champions Tony mackinnon (left), and Bob Brown (right)

In the Senior Net Division, it was Tim Sanford and Gary Snider who would be crowned. Sanford and Snider would card a net eight under par (-8), 64, on both days giving them a net total of sixteen under par (-16), 128. The team would card an impressive net score of 29 (-7), during their second day back nine, giving them a one shot victory over Gary Jenkins and Mark Shannon.

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In the Amateur Men`s Division, it was Greg Steele and Darren Roach of the Riverside Country Club who would complete their weekend with a five shot victory.

Team Roach and Steele would begin their second round paired with Stuart McClune and Jason Doyle of the Riverside Country Club, both teams were tied as each of them carded a score of five under par (-5), 67, giving them both a two-shot lead over 4 other teams who shot a day 1 score of three under par (-3), 69. Roach and Steele, who on the round were eight under par (-8) through fourteen holes finished their final four holes scoring par, bogey, birdie, birdie, respectively, giving them a tournament-low, second round score of nine under par (-9), 63, and a total score of fourteen under (-14), 130.

Evan mcfarlane, Golf nb junior and player development chair (left), posing with 2022 NB men’s four Ball Champions, darren Roach (middle), and Greg steele (right)

In the Amateur Net Division, it was 2019 NB Four Ball Champions Duane Mitton and Kris Leask would would take the crown, accumulating a total net score of fourteen under par (-14), 130. The team also finished with a gross score of four under par (-4), 140, giving them a tie for 6th place overall.

For more information on our host, the Algonquin Golf Course please CLICK HERE.

For more information on the 2022 NB Men`s Four Ball, presented by TaylorMade including results and tee times please CLICK HERE. 

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2022 NB Men’s Four Ball presented by TaylorMade set for the Algonquin Golf Course

NB Men’s Four Ball – 1st Round Pairings & Tee-Times

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The 2022 Golf NB Championship Schedule kicks off the weekend of May 28th & 29th, 2022 at the Algonquin Golf Course with the Golf NB Men’s and Senior Men’s Four Ball, presented by TaylorMade Golf Canada.

After the event’s cancellation in 2020 and 2021, the Algonquin Golf Course located in St. Andrews, NB is set to host the 2022 NB Men’s Four Ball, Presented by Taylormade Golf Canada. With the event selling out in 33 minutes with 168 players, this year’s registration numbers show a clear indication of how excited players are for the return of this event.

The NB Men’s and Senior Men’s Four Ball, presented by TaylorMade Golf Canada will continue with its historical two-day, 36-hole, format with 56 Amateur Teams and 28 Senior Teams respectively.

The deep and diverse fields in both the Men’s and Senior Men’s divisions should make for an exciting weekend filled with great competitive golf.

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 8,000 members include: 12 provincial events, rules of golf education, course rating and handicap services, junior golf development programs and member club marketing initiatives.

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Westfield edges out Memramcook to capture the 2021 Past Presidents’ Cup

2021 Past Presidents' Cup Champions, Westfield pose with the trophy after the club's victory on Sunday.

The year started with 8 teams but only 2 remained for the 2021 Past Presidents Cup Inter-Club Challenge, held at the Lakeside Golf & Country Club on September 18th & 19th. The Past Presidents’ Cup, Inter-club Challenge, now in its 21st year, is a competition run by Golf New Brunswick where clubs enter a 16-player team (divided into five different handicap flights).

This year, Terrain de Golf de la Vallée de Memramcook Valley Golf Club & the Westfield Golf & Country Club were the final two teams to face off for the title of 2021 Past Presidents’ Cup Champions.

The participants in the Past Presidents’ Cup Inter-Club Challenge are divided into five handicap flights as follows;

Handicap Flight# of Players
A – 6.9 & Lower2
B – 7.0 to 11.94
C – 12.0 to 15.94
D – 16.0 to 19.94
E – 20.0 and +2

Players were met with summer conditions at Lakeside for Saturday’s first round of the final. After a captain’s meeting prior to the start of play, the matches took to the course with the A Flight leading the field, rounded out by the E flight members assuming the duty as the anchors. With no shortage of skill and passion on both teams, Saturday’s first-round would prove to be a hard-fought points battle.

Round 1 Results


Saturday’s results would total 63 points for Memramcook and 81 for Westfield. A mere 18 points would be the difference heading into Sunday with both clubs eager to finish strong. As per the competition rules, the first team to 145 points will win the Past Presidents’ Cup.

Day 2 brought high winds and cool temperatures compared to Saturday. Pleased with Round 1, both captains elected to keep the same match-ups for Sunday’s final round. Beginning at 8:40, the A Flight golfers took to the tee with each team attempting to leave it all on the course in the battle for the elusive Past Presidents’ Cup.

Round 2 results

Firey play and tight matches would see Memramcook secure 69 points to Westfield’s 75 on Sunday. A two-day total of 156 would see the Westfield Golf & Country Club secure victory in the 2021 Past Presidents’ Cup.

A hard-fought weekend of golf in Lakeside proved to have no shortage of fun and memories for both teams. At the conclusion of play, the total scores finished Memramcook 132 | Westfield 156.

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 10,000 members include: 12 provincial events, rules of golf education, course rating and handicap services, junior golf development programs and member club marketing initiatives.

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2021 NB Family Classic / Adult Junior and “Little Swingers” is head to the Country Meadows Golf Club

Country Meadows Golf Club (1999)
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The 2021 NB Family Classic / Adult Junior, driven by Audi Moncton & the Jim Connolly “Little Swingers” is set to take place at the Country Meadows Golf Club in Indian Mountain, NB on Monday, August 9th.

This 18-hole event uses a Pinehurst Scoring method where partners both drive on each hole and then each play a 2nd shot with the other’s ball.  After the 2nd shots, a choice is made regarding the ball with which the hole will be completed, playing alternate shots from there until the ball is holed out. 

This unique event provides opportunities for everyone with six different divisions; Female/Female, Male/Male, Mixed, Adult/Junior (Male) and Adult/Junior (Female), and Adult/Junior Mixed.

Country meadows golf club – Indian mountain, nb

In its 4th year, the Jim Connolly “Little Swingers” is open to two-player teams made up of one youngster between the ages of 5 and 10 and one adult.  The Jim Connolly “Little Swingers” combines a 45-minute instructional clinic with 9 holes of golf using the Pinehurst Scoring method. 

For more information on the 2021 NB Family Classic / Adult Junior & Jim Connolly “Little Swingers”, including results and tee times, please CLICK HERE.

For more information on Country Meadows please visit: CLICK HERE

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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