2016 CGSA Fall Field Day

                    

 

The 2016 CGSA Fall Field Day is now in the books!  Thank you to all those who came out and played at the Royal Montreal Golf Club on Tuesday and those who participated at Summerlea Country Club on Monday.  The CGSA is appreciative of your support of the event.  

Thank you to Host Superintendent at Royal Montreal Golf Club, Greg Greer for providing a great golfing experience.  It was evident by the condition of the golf course how hard you and your crew worked.

Thank you to Host Superintendent at Summerlea Country Club, John Scott and his team for providing the additional day of golf to participants in the QTRF 9 hole event on Monday.  You are your team should be proud for the course conditions provided.

Congratulations to our winners of the 2016 CGSA Fall Field Day:

Low Gross Winner
Louis Patton, Mystic Pines Golf Course

Low Net Winner - 
Doug Meyer, Club de Golf Beaconsfield

Flight A
2nd Low Gross
– Trevor Anderson - Club de Golf Fountainebleau

1st Low Net – Doug Campbell – Riverside Golf and Country Club
2nd Low Net – Luc Ladoceur – Le Club Laval Sur Le Lac

Flight B
1st Low Gross
– Reid Solodan – Canmore Golf and Curling Club
2nd Low Gross – Patrick Johnson - Elbow Springs Golf Club

1st Low Net – Kent Plumer – Greenbryre Golf and Country Club
2nd Low Net – Chad Vibert – Mad River Golf Club

Flight C
1st Low Gross –
Brian Denomme – Willow Park Golf Course
2nd Low Gross – Chris Brown – Grey Hawk Golf Club

1st Low Net – Paul Krug – Elbow Springs Golf Club
2nd Low Net – Darren Kalyniuk – St. Boniface Golf and Country Club

Social / Industry Flight
Low Gross – Michael Sturrock – Plant Products Co. Ltd
Low Net – Marc Robert – Early’s Farm and Garden

Closest to the Pin for Flights A, B, C
Thom Charters – Taboo Resort Golf and Conference Centre

Closest to the Pin for Social and Industry Flights
Alex Ackermann

Longest Drive for Flights A, B, C
Warren Huxham

Longest Drive for Social and Industry Flight
Kerry Vezeau

The Provincial Challenge Cup, Sponsored by Toro
Teams represented all provincial associations and included representation from British Columbia GSA, Alberta GSA, Saskatchewan Turfgrass Association, Manitoba GSA, Ontario GSA, Quebec GSA and the Atlantic GSA.

Congratulations to the Quebec Team for securing the inaugural Provincial Challenge Cup.  The Quebec Team consisted of Louis Patton, Luc Ladoceur, Doug Meyer and Scott Hughes.

 

Special thank you to our generous sponsors:

 

And our awesome tee sponsors:














   

Also announced at the Fall Field Day was the inaugural CanAm Cup.  Visit the event website for further information.

Here are a few photos from the day:

Low Gross Winner, Louis Patton (R) recognized by CGSA President James Beebe

Low Net Winner, Doug Meyer (R), being recognized by CGSA President James Beebe

Team Quebec - L- R:  Scott Hughes, Louis Patton, Doug Meyer, Luc Ladoceur
Winners of the Inaugural Provincial Challenge Cup, sponsored by The Toro Company