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We are hiring – Apply for the open position of Summer Tournament Coordinator

Golf New Brunswick (Golf NB) is excited to share the following job opportunity

The New Brunswick Golf Association (Golf NB) is seeking a Summer Tournament Coordinator to help manage Golf NB’s Provincial Championships.

Reporting to the Executive Director, the Summer Tournament Coordinator is responsible for the logistics and preparations for all Golf NB Provincial Championships and assisting, on-site, in the execution of provincial championships.

Please CLICK HERE for a full Job Posting

APPLICATION DEADLINE: February 13th, 2023

APPLICATIONS
Interested individuals, please forward your resume and cover letter, in confidence to Golf NB Executive Director, Luke Lacey.

Email: llacey@golfnb.ca

Thank you to all that apply; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

Golf NB is committed to providing a safe environment for all, especially children. All applicants will be thoroughly screened using background checks and a review process. 

Golf NB is dedicated to employment equity and fostering diversity within the workplace in order to build an inclusive workforce where all employees have the opportunity to reach their potential. 

Golf NB’s core values are “Partnerships, Communication, Inclusion, and Transparency” and while these are included in each employee’s offer of employment and employment letters, these core values are also an integral part of Golf NB’s recruitment, hiring, and annual review process.

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Golf Nouveau-Brunswick (Golf NB) est heureux de vous faire part de l’offre d’emploi suivante

L’Association de golf du Nouveau-Brunswick (Golf NB) est à la recherche d’un coordonnateur ou d’une coordonnatrice / coordonnatrice de tournois d’été pour aider à gérer les championnats provinciaux de Golf NB.

Relevant du directeur exécutif, le coordonnateur / coordonnatrice des tournois d’été est responsable de la logistique et des préparatifs de tous les championnats provinciaux de Golf NB et de l’aide, sur place, à l’exécution des championnats provinciaux.

Veuillez CLIQUER ICI pour consulter l’offre d’emploi complète.

DATE LIMITE DE DEMANDE: 13 février 2023

APPLICATIONS
Les personnes intéressées sont priées de faire parvenir leur curriculum vitae et leur lettre de motivation, en toute confidentialité, à Luke Lacey, directeur exécutif de Golf NB.

Courriel: llacey@golfnb.ca

Nous remercions tous ceux qui ont posé leur candidature ; toutefois, seules les personnes sélectionnées pour un entretien seront contactées.

Golf NB s’engage à fournir un environnement sûr pour tous, en particulier pour les enfants. Tous les candidats feront l’objet d’une vérification approfondie de leurs antécédents et d’un processus d’examen.

Golf NB s’engage à respecter l’équité en matière d’emploi et à favoriser la diversité dans le milieu de travail afin de créer une main-d’œuvre inclusive où tous les employés ont la possibilité de réaliser leur potentiel.

Les valeurs fondamentales de Golf NB sont « les partenariats, la communication, l’inclusion et la transparence » et, bien que ces valeurs soient incluses dans l’offre d’emploi et les lettres d’emploi de chaque employé, elles font également partie intégrante du processus de recrutement, d’embauche et d’examen annuel de Golf NB.

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A refreshed Golf New Brunswick ⛳️

A new era. A new look. A new identity.

We are excited to share the new look of Golf New Brunswick (Golf NB). 

Our brand rejuvenation accompanies the association’s NEW 2023-2025 Strategic Plan and our vision of golf as the most enjoyable and inclusive activity in the province.

With a new visual look and a new brand identity, Golf NB will steer focus towards exploring new growth opportunities while continuing to promote, support, and develop golf in New Brunswick. 

To learn more about Golf NB and our programs and services, we encourage you to CLICK HERE.

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 over 8,600 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 announces its 2022 Scholarship Recipients

For Immediate Release: 

Golf New Brunswick (Golf NB) is excited to announce its 2022 Scholarship Recipients.

The annually awarded University Scholarships are provided to deserving members of Golf NB, to be used towards the cost of tuition at any recognized University or College. These awards include the “NBGA 50th Anniversary Scholarship” for male golfers, the “NBLGA 50th Anniversary Scholarship” for female golfers, and the “John Patrick Sears Golf Scholarship” which is open to both genders and is renewable annually.

Chaired by New Brunswick Golf Association (Golf NB) and Golf Canada (RCGA) Past President, Dr. Doug Brewer of the Fredericton Golf Club, the Golf NB Scholarship Committee evaluated applicants on three main awards criteria; Academic Performance, Competitive Golf Experience, and Extracurricular Involvement & Giving Back to the Game of Golf.

Golf NB is pleased to announce the 2022 Golf NB Scholarship Awards Recipients; 

To learn more about the Golf NB Scholarship Program, we encourage you to CLICK HERE.

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 over 8,000 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 to hold Annual General Meeting on November 20th

The Golf NB Annual General Meeting (AGM) will be held at the Delta Fredericton on Sunday, November 20, 2022 at 1:00 PM.

Under Golf New Brunswick by-laws, a notice of the AGM has been sent to all member clubs via email and to the attention of the Club Manager & Member Club Representatives. All member clubs are invited to RSVP one voting delegate to attend the meeting and to vote on behalf of the club.

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Golf New Brunswick Members are welcome to attend and are asked to RSVP with Jared Legacy, prior to November 15th.

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 over 8,000 individual members include provincial championships, rules of golf education, course rating and handicap services, and junior golf development programs

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Reevey captures fifth provincial Mid-Master title at Mactaquac

2022 NB Mid-Master Champion, Ed Reevey.

For Immediate Release:

MACTAQUAC, NB: The sun was shining Wednesday as players took to the course for the final round of the 2022 NB Men’s Mid-Master Championship. After 36 holes, Riverside’s Edward Reevey remained in control at the top of the leaderboard after opening rounds of 68 & 73. With competitors edging closer, it would all come down to the final round to determine 2022’s champion.

Game #13 off hole #1 featured leaders, Len Currie of Belvedere (PEI), Riverside’s David Russell, and clubmate Ed Reevey who started the morning 3-shots ahead of his playing partners.

Reevey would continue his consistent play during his third and final round on his way to posting a 4-over, 76. His strategic play over three days would be enough to secure his fifth NB Men’s Mid-Master Championship, finishing at 1-over par. Slotting in a tie for second place would be Welsford’s Scott Weatherhead and Riverside’s David Russell, finishing at 2-over for the event.

In the Dormie Workshop Par-3 Challenge, Riverside’s Jason Doyle came out victorious. His performance of even par the Par-3s this week saw him edge out PEI’s Steven Gamester after a final round one-under score. For this stellar play, Jason received a custom Dormie Workshop Par-3 Challenge Champion yardage book cover.

Jason Doyle, Dormie par-3 challenge winner

For more information on the 2022 NB Men’s Senior & Mid-Master Championships, including results and tee times, please 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 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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Ritchie aiming to defend Provincial Senior title at Mactaquac

PHOTO BERNARD BRAULT, GOLF CANADA Pointe Au Pic, Québec: Canadian men’s senior golf tounament Final Round Club de golf Manoir Richelieu 1st hole Darren Ritchie Hampton Golf Club, Quispamsis Luc Guilbault Drummondville (Club de golf), Drummondville Joe Miszk Cherry Hill Club, Niagara Falls -Friday, September 24th, 2021

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Darren Ritchie has often made history on the golf course, but his voice reaches new levels of pride when he talks about his 19-year-old son.

Nicholas Ritchie earned a spot on Sterling College’s varsity roster as a freshman this year and the Quispamsis native helped the Kansas school win its first conference championship.

He’s following in his father’s impressive steps.

Darren Ritchie, one of only four players to ever win Canadian amateur and senior men’s championships, will defend his New Brunswick senior title July 25-27 at the Mactaquac Golf Course.

Ritchie, who plays out of the Hampton Golf Club, also captured the Canadian Senior title last year – 29 years after he became the first Maritimers to win the national amateur crown by beating Mike Weir in a match-play playoff.

2021 NB Senior Champion, Darren Ritchie, pictured with Golf NB President, Judy Astle.

Ritchie, who was inducted into the New Brunswick Sports Hall of Fame in 2016, is more comfortable talking about his son’s success than his own legacy

“To play himself on the team at this age is incredible,” said Ritchie, a crane operator with Irving Equipment.

“He’s worked hard on his game and it’s all business with him,” he added.

“I’ve done well in the game and he’s making his way, too. In some ways, we’ve taken similar paths, but in other ways, he’s created his own opportunities.”

As teenagers, both Ritchies were outstanding athletes and had to choose between playing high-level baseball or focusing on golf.

Darren Ritchie picked golf and he’s never looked back.

“I’ve been very fortunate to play in New Brunswick,” said the 57-year-old, who also played competitive hockey and soccer in his youth.

“I believe Golf New Brunswick is the best golf organization in the country,” he continued. “I’ve been lucky enough to play across the country and I’ve seen how well-organized and professional they are here.

Aerial view of mactaquac golf course

“Golf New Brunswick has always supported the players from this province. We are fortunate.”

Ritchie, who also finished third at the New Brunswick Senior Championship two years ago, is looking forward to this year’s tournament even though he hasn’t played much golf lately.

“I’ve been busy, but I enjoy the competition at these big tournaments,” he explained. “It’s a strong field and I thrive on going up against the best players.”

The tournament has attracted a capacity field of 156 players.

The top three New Brunswick finishers will represent the province at the Canadian Senior Men’s Championship, presented by BDO, Sept. 6-9 at the Red Deer Golf and Country Club in Alberta.

Ritchie topped the field last year while Tom Cameron of The Gage placed second and Mike Jeffrey of Fox Creek was third.

Jeffrey, a former pro hockey player who played with the Moncton Hawks and Nova Scotia Voyageurs of the AHL, also set a goal of winning the provincial title.

Mike jeffrey pictured at the 2021 NB senior & mid-master championship

“I am competitive in everything I do and I’m not going there to finish second,” said Jeffrey, the Director of Operations for Corey Craig Group of companies.

“In hockey, I played my best against the good teams. In golf, my game improves against the best players so it’s going to be a great challenge,” said the 60-year-old Moncton resident.

The tournament will also feature Super-Senior and Mid-Master divisions.

Ritchie will also use the tournament to prepare for the United States Senior Men’s Golf Championship on Aug. 27-Sept 1 at the Kittanasett Golf Club in Marion, Mass.

He gained an exemption to the tournament by capturing the Canadian Championship last year.

“I am not playing much, but the tournaments I play will have very good players so that’s how I will prepare,” Ritchie said. “It’s an honor to represent New Brunswick and Canada.”

For more information on the 2022 NB Men’s Senior & Mid-Master Championships, including results and tee times, please CLICK HERE.

For more information on Mactaquac Provincial Park Golf Course please visit: CLICK HERE

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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Landry captures his fifth New Brunswick Amateur Crown at West Hills

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Fredericton, NB– Players began to arrive bright and early at West Hills Golf Course for the final round of the New Brunswick Men’s Amateur Championship, Sunday’s round would encapsulate all that the Par 72,  Huxham Golf Design Inc. has to offer. Demanding tee shots, pin locations requiring caution and precision, and nerves would all play a factor in the outcome of Sunday’s final round.

With the overnight leaders, Greg Steele and Mark Wedge both sitting at even par, there were several players eager to get down to business.

The leaders teed off at 2:57 PM. A powerhouse pairing, comprised of the Riverside duo of Mark Wedge and Greg Steele alongside 2002, 2016, 2019, and 2021 NB Men’s Amateur Champion, Michel Landry of the Fredericton Golf Club.

Closely following the final group on the leaderboard was Game #49 consisting of Moncton’s Colin Manning, the host club’s Peter Frenette, and 2010 and 2017 NB Men’s Amateur Champion, Darren Roach of The Riverside Country Club.

The final group made their way off the green of hole number 9, and we were headed to the back-nine with a 3-way tie with Greg Steele, of the Riverside Country Club who rallied an even par, 36, Michel Landry of the Fredericton Golf Club, who fired a 1-under par, 35, and joining them was Darren Roach of the Riverside Country Club who fired a tidy 3-under par, 33.

Players went to the course on Sunday with red numbers on their minds, leading those players was Fredericton’s Michel Landry who signed for a final round 2-under, 70. Coming close to the low round of the day at 3-under, 69 recorded by Riverside’s Sam Young.

Michel landry, five-time new Brunswick men’s amateur champion

Landry’s play would see him edge out the field and Riverside’s Greg Steele who spent the final round on Sunday in a shoot-out with Landry, finishing one shot back at even par.

Today’s win makes Landry a five-time NB Men’s Amateur Champion, adding to his already impressive victories in 2002, 2016, 2019, and 2021 seeing him become the first male golfer to record five amateur titles.

In the Dormie Workshop Par-3 Challenge, the West Hills’ Andrew Trainor came out victorious. His performance of even-par on the Par-3s at his home course this week edged out champion, Michel Landry. For this stellar play, Trainor received a custom Dormie Workshop Par-3 Challenge Champion yardage book cover.

For more information on the 2022 NB Men’s Amateur Championships, including results and tee times, please CLICK HERE.

For more information on West Hills please visit: CLICK HERE

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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The 2022 NB Under-19 Championship is set to take off at the club de golf Fraser Edmundston Golf Club

For Immediate Release:

Edmundston, NB– 45 players from across New Brunswick and Nova Scotia will converge in Edmundston for the 2022 NB Under-19 Championships. Taking place from July 8th-10th, the club de golf Fraser Edmundston Golf Club will once again welcome some of Atlantic Canada’s most exciting players as they were the host club for the 2019 NB Men’s Amateur Championship.

Returning to the field for this year’s event, and fresh off his victory at the East Coast Junior Championship last week in Covered Bridge, U-19 Boys Champion, Julien Babineau of the Fox Creek Golf Club will be looking to capture his first U-19 title.

Looking to defend her 2021 Under-19 Girls Championship title, is Addison McClune of the Riverside Country Club. McClune was able to defeat runner-up, Callie Taylor by one stroke in last year’s competition.

Callie Taylor, who also plays out of the Riverside Country Club, will be looking to make a run for the U-19 Girls title. Taylor is fresh off a nail-biting 3-hole playoff victory over Addison McClune at last week’s East Coast Junior Championship.

Another notable name is Neve Miller who will be looking to make a run as well. Miller was crowned at the NB Under-15 Girls Championship at the Gage Golf & Curling Club in June.

The depth of field in this year’s event indicates there will be a lot to play for when the juniors tee it up in Edmundston on Friday.

For more information on the 2022 NB Under-19 Championships, including results and tee times, please CLICK HERE.

For more information on the club de golf Fraser Edmundston Golf Club please visit: CLICK HERE

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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Champions crowned at the NB Women’s Provincials, Driven by Audi Moncton

For Immediate Release:

ST. ANDREWS, NB – With a stacked leaderboard following the first 36 holes of the event, the third and final round of the NB Women’s Provincials, Driven by Audi Moncton shaped up to be a true test of championship golf.

Round 3 leaders in the Amateur, Mid-Amateur, and Senior Divisions took to the course at 12:40 and 12:50 PM and were greeted by the natural defense of the Algonquin, high winds, rolling fairways, strategic bunkers, and smooth greens. Featured in the final two pairings were the 2021 NB Women’s Amateur, Mid-Amateur, and Senior Champion, Leanne Richardson of Country Meadows, Petitcodiac’s Laura Wesselius, USGA Member, Chrissie Spidell, Belvedere’s Bailey Carr, NCAA athlete and Fox Creek Member, Julie Gauvin, and Amateur and Mid-Amateur leader, Margo Dickinson.

Continuing with her smooth play, Golf NB Member, Margo Dickinson carded a final round 76 to capture the 2022 NB Women’s Amateur & Mid-Amateur Crowns. A three-round score of 232 (78,78,76) would see Dickinson finish 2 shots ahead of Fox Creek’s Julie Gauvin, who finished in solo second after recording the low round of the event with a +3, 75. Belvedere’s Bailey Carr placed third with a tournament total of +23 after three consistent rounds of 78,81, and 80.

2022 Amateur & Mid-Amateur Champion – margo dickinson

The Mid-Amateur leaderboard matches the Amateur side with the correction of Carr finishing in second place and a two-way tie for third between Country Meadow’s Leanne Richardson and United States Golf Association (USGA) Member, Chrissie Spidell at +24, one stroke behind Carr.

Richardson and Spidell would also highlight the Senior Championship after a sudden-victory playoff between the pair took place to determine a winner on Tuesday. Richardson won on the 1st hole as she edged out friend and competitor Spidell. Rounding out the top-3 was Ashburn Member Cathy Donald who finished 2 shots out of the playoff spot.

Team New Brunswick will send three players as part of the Women’s Senior Team to participate in the Canadian Women’s Mid-Amateur & Senior Championship taking place at Breezy Bend Country Club in Headingly Manitoba from August 30th – September 1st. Representing New Brunswick will be Rockwood’s Pam Cossey and Allison Chisholm, as well as Country Meadows’ Leanne Richardson.

2022 Senior champion – leanne richardson

The chase for the NB Ladies Super-Senior Crown took all 54 holes as the 2018 NB Super-Senior Champion, Kathy Grebenc of the Gowan Brae Golf & Country Club, and the rest of the leaderboard went head to head for the 2022 title. Grebnc’s 85 and 80 in rounds one and two paired with her 83 in Tuesday’s final round would be enough to edge out the competition and secure the 2022 NB Women’s Super-Senior Title. Finishing in the top 3 alongside Grebenc were Miramichi’s Sharon Case and Lois Stewart of The Riverside.

2022 Super-senior champion – kathy grebenc

In the Platinum Division, Pokemouche’s Raymonde Boudreau retained the divisional title after three stellar rounds of golf. Her consistent play secured the victory on the second hole of a playoff against The Fredericton Golf Club’s Penny Dickeson. Rounding out the top 3 in the Platinum Division was Barbara Henderson of the Fredericton Golf Club who finished 1 shot behind the leaders.

The platinum division features players aged 70 and older and has been a well-received addition to the NB Women’s Provincials.

2022 platinum champion – raymonde boudreau

The Dormie Workshop Par-3 Challenge highlights the best scores on all Par-3s during the course of the Championship. Fredericton’s Kris Harvey captured the challenge in the Super-Senior Divison and Golf NB Member and Woodstock Native Margo Dickinson added the Amateur Divison title to her long list of accolades.

Both players were awarded a custom Par-3 Challenge Yardage Book Cover, handmade by Dormie Workshop in Halifax, Nova Scotia.

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.

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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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.

Audi Moncton is your Audi dealer in Moncton near Saint John & Fredericton. We serve the Greater Moncton area, making luxury cars available to all. If you are looking for a new Audi or all make certified pre-owned, then check out our inventory. We have a variety of new and used cars in stock like new and used Audi TT, A3, A4, A5, A6, A7, A8, Q3, Q5, Q7.