October News – 2022
Hello ladies, the cool fall weather is here and this is our final newsletter of the 2022 Golf Season, with that we would like to say THANK YOU for being part of our club and we hope you have enjoyed your rounds this year.
Our club, like so many other clubs in the province, is volunteer based in our goal to promote the game of golf as a competitive and a recreational activity! At our recent Fall Meeting & Awards we welcomed the 2023 Board Members. Thank you to our past Board...
August New – 2022
Hope you enjoyed your SASKATCHEWAN DAY long weekend!See below this month’s news from our Club’s President, Vice-President, Rules Committee, and Captains of the 9 hole and 18-hole leagues:From the President – Bonnie Ottenbreit – Some exciting news this month is the course has been rerated (see Rules Committee message below) and we are going to have our ladies club championship reinstated with the help of our new golf pro Paul Schatz.More details will come about format, registration...
July News – 2022
We cannot believe it’s JULY – hope your golfing season is treating you well!
See below this month’s news from our Club President, Vice-President, Handicap Coordinator, andCaptains of the 9-hole and 18-hole leagues:
From the President – Bonnie Ottenbreit
Hello everyone, thanks again for being part of our league I hope you are all enjoying the sunshine. The executive team would like to acknowledge your fundraising efforts – congrats for being great community-minded...
18-Hole Fixture Card – 2022
18-HOLE FIXTURE CARD – 2022
May 9 – First Round (No score kept)
May 16 – Regular golf (Start ringer board)
May 23 – Ronald McDonald Mulligan Day
May 30 – 1st round of Low Net Forster (1 of 5)
June 6 – 1st round of Putting (1 of 5)
June 13 – RIVERHURST
June 20 – 2nd round of Low Net Forster (2 of 5)
June 27 – 2nd round of Putting (2 of 5) (Wear RED & WHITE)
July 4 – 3rd round of Low Net Forster (3...
9-Hole Fixture Card – 2022
MAY 11 – OPENING DAY – QUIT YOUR WHINING, GOLF SEASON IS HERE – SCRAMBLE – BRING ABOTTLE OF WINEMAY 18 – REGULAR GAME- RINGER BOARD STARTS – LIFE IS FULL OF HIGHS AND LOWSMAY 25 – RONALD McDONALD MULLIGAN GAME-WEAR RED & YELLOWJUNE 1 – BUTLER PUTTING-BARBER HAMMOND COMPETITIONJUNE 8 – REGULAR GAMEJUNE 13 – RIVERHURSTJUNE 15 – REGULAR GAME – HAT DAY- MAKE YOUR BEST HATJUNE 22 – BUTLER PUTTING-BARBER HAMMOND...
June News – 2022
Hello, hope everyone is doing well and getting into the ‘swing’!
Periodically we like to send messages to be sure our members are in touch with what our league is up to!
Attached is the list of Golfers that have registered for 2022. If you know someone who should be on the list that isn’t please share this message to get them signed up 😊😊
See below a message from our Club President, Handicap Coordinator; and Captains of the 9 hole and...
REGINA BEACH LADIES GOLF CLUB MEMORIAL TREE
The Regina Beach Ladies Golf Club purchased a memorial tree at the Lion James Sinclair Memorial Forest in 2015. This tree was purchased and planted as a living memorial to commemorate the life of Regina Beach Ladies Golf Club Members from 1965-2015.
This tree was commemorated on Sunday, May 29 th , 2016 at the 5 th Annual Commemoration Service of the Memorial Forest. The Lion Jim Sinclair Memorial Forest is located south of Regina Beach off the Old Highway 54.
The Club plans to purchase a tree...
Regina Beach Ladies Golf Club History
In 1922 the Regina Beach Golf Course started as part of the Regina Beach Sports and Recreation Club. This association was formed to organize golf, tennis and other desirable sports. They built a club house and 9-hole golf course. The golf course was popular and around 1932 saw the beginning of an organized golf course.
The course flourished under the management of Al and Grace Hammand from 1958 until 1967. It was during the Hammands’ tenure that the Regina Beach Ladies Club was formed...