Partenaires provinciaux

La mise en œuvre de programmes de quelle que nature que ce soit ne se fait pas sans passion, engagement et détermination, et le programme Golf en milieu scolaire ne fait pas exception à cet égard. Voici les personnes qui ont contribué à la réalisation du programme dans votre province.

Golf Québec

Golf Québec est l’organisme directeur du golf qui assure le leadership et favorise la croissance et le développement du golf amateur dans toute la province tout en préservant l’intégrité et les traditions du jeu. Elle représente près de 46 000 membres dans près de 230 clubs du Québec et de l’est de l’Ontario. Golf Québec fournit des services de base tels que le programme de Golf en milieu scolaire aux niveaux primaire et secondaire, la Golfmobile, les Premiers élans CN, le programme national de golf destiné aux jeunes, Premier départ, Elle s’élance et compte, les Centres de développement de golf junior (CDGJ) les règles du golf, l’évaluation de parcours et le système de handicap, Vert la guérison ainsi que le Temple de la renommée du golf du Québec. Golf Québec supervise également diverses compétitions amateurs de niveaux régional et provincial. Pour plus d’information, visitez le site Internet www.golfquebec.org.

Golf Québec is the governing body of golf, which provides leadership and promotes the growth and development of amateur golf throughout the province, while preserving the integrity and traditions of the game. It has approximately 46,000 members in close to 230 golf clubs in the province of Québec and Eastern Ontario. Some of Golf Québec’s core services include the Golf in Schools Program at the elementary and high school levels, Golfmobile, CN Future Links, Canada’s national junior golf program, First Drive, She Swings, She Scores, and the Junior Golf Development Centres (JGDC), the Rules of Golf, handicap and course rating services, Golf Fore the Cure, as well as the Québec Golf Hall of Fame. In addition, Golf Québec conducts regional and provincial amateur championships. For more information please visit www.golfquebec.org.

British Columbia Golf Association

The British Columbia Golf Association as it exists today was formally established on October 1, 2004 following the amalgamation of the British Columbia Ladies Golf Association Golf Association (BCLGA) and the British Columbia Golf Association (BCGA). The BCGA is the governing body of amateur golf in British Columbia and functions for the benefit of all golfers in the Province. Through its affiliation Golf Canada, the Association is also involved in National golf affairs.

Alberta Golf

Alberta Golf was incorporated in 1912 and continues today as a non-profit organization whose mission statement is to fulfill the needs of its members for today and tomorrow.

Golf Saskatchewan

Golf Saskatchewan as it is now organized was formed on January 1, 1999, through the amalgamation of the former Saskatchewan Golf Association (an all-male organization) and the Canadian Ladies’ Golf Association (CLGA) Saskatchewan Branch.  The SGA represented the first provincial amalgamation of men’s and women’s golf associations in Canada. The SGA amalgamation has since been followed by the other provincial golf associations as well as Golf Canada and CLGA.  The previous SGA and CLGA-Saskatchewan organizations were formed in 1913 and 1926 respectively.

Golf Saskatchewan’s mandate is to represent all golfers in Saskatchewan in an equitable manner. Through affiliation with Golf Canada, Golf Saskatchewan is the governing body for amateur golf in Saskatchewan.

Golf Manitoba

Golf Manitoba’s mission is to develop, promote, govern and service the game of golf in Manitoba and North Western Ontario for the benefit of participants.

The Golf Association of Ontario

The Golf Association of Ontario (GAO) aims to develop, promote, govern and service the game of golf in Ontario for the benefit of participants across the province.

Province of Ontario
Provides base funding for all GAO programs through the Ministry of Health Promotions and Active 2010.

ClubLink Corporation
ClubLink Corporation is the largest owner, operator and builder of member clubs in Canada. Members have access to a network of spectacular properties throughout Ontario and Quebec.

Ontario Professional Golfers Association (OPGA)
Promotes program opportunities including teacher training to it’s members. The Ontairo PGA provides Canadian golfers with the highest quality professional administrators, teachers, players and promoters of the game, through superior training, education and member development.

National Golf Course Owners Association (NGCOA)
Help schools find a local school friendly course. The NGCOA Canada is not-for-profit and provides Canadian golf course operators with business support for more efficient and profitable golf facilities.

The Canadian Society of Club Managers 
The Canadian Society of Club Managers is the national professional society for those individuals involved in the club management profession in Canada.

Golf New Brunswick
Nova Scotia Golf Association

The Nova Scotia Golf Association is the official governing body for Amateur Golf in Nova Scotia, Canada. We first met in 1930 and have since been working for the betterment of Amateur Golf in Nova Scotia.

Prince Edward Island Golf Association

The PEI Golf Association is the governing body of amateur golf in Prince Edward Island. It determines Provincial policies and, in conjunction with the Royal Canadian Golf Association, sets standards relating to the game on behalf of its members. In addition to conducting PEI’s eight Provincial amateur championships, the PEIGA also funds turfgrass research, conducts junior development programs, offers scholarships to deserving juniors, course/slope rates member courses, provides handicap services and rules clinics, facilitates Future Links, and many other services to amateur golfers and member clubs.

Golf Newfoundland and Labrador