WRAPPING UP THE 2021 GOLF SEASON
At the start of the year Alberta Golf was busy planning our Spring Launch, Family Golf Festivals, Recreational Series, Junior Golf initiatives, Championship Tournaments and much more. In May, tighter COVID-19 restrictions for courses were put in place which lasted 3 weeks. While our Spring Launch was once again held virtually, we were able to run the rest of our season as planned. Once again the tireless efforts of the NAGA-AB Coalition in the spring working with the provincial government, golf courses were established as one of the safest places to be and tee times were full this summer across the province. The McLennan Ross Alberta Junior Tour saw another season of high registration, the Youth on Course program continued to offer affordable golf to juniors and we were able to run our Championship Schedule across the province all summer and unveil our new UpSwing recreational brand. Golfers were once again happy to get outside, see their friends, connect, enjoy, compete and have fun on the golf course. Please enjoy the following content outlining what Alberta Golf has been up to the past few months as the golf season ended and planning for 2022 commenced. Happy holidays!
ALBERTA GOLF ANNOUNCES 2022 CHAMPIONSHIP SCHEDULE
2022 will see top golfers compete at courses from Sundre to Calgary, Red Deer to Edmonton and great courses throughout our province.
UPSWING BY ALBERTA GOLF TO HAVE FULL LAUNCH IN 2022
In 2022 Alberta Golf will launch our UpSwing platform to provide courses and course operators with a “Go To” landing space to promote all of their events and playing opportunities. Onboarding kits were mailed to each course this month with an invitation to join UpSwing. In 2022 golfers across the province can use the platform to find the golf experience that suits their needs. If your course wants to join UpSwing or find out more about how it works, contact brand manager John Burns email@example.com
ALBERTA GOLF SUPPORTS ATHLETES IN THE 2022 PLAYER SUPPORT PROGRAM
The Sport Development program is designed to support athletes across the province by providing programs and services that ultimately help them reach their competitive goals in the sport. Support is provided to athletes, coaches, and facilities who are committed to developing the game of golf in the province of Alberta. Invitations have been sent out for the 2022 program.
GOLF CANADA ANNOUNCES 2022 NATIONAL AMATEUR AND JUNIOR SQUADS
Golf Canada has announced 46 athletes, male and female, who have been selected to represent Team Canada as part of the 2022 National Amateur and Junior Squads.
ALBERTA GOLF FOUNDATION WEBSITE
The Alberta Golf Association Foundation was established in 1994 and is focused on supporting students on their path to pursue a post-secondary education. Please check out our website, your support goes a long way.
ALBERTA GOLF SAFE SPORT AND IDENTITY VIDEOS
Alberta Golf was proud to provide a safe environment for all levels of golfers in 2021 and help them reach their full potential. Please watch our Safe Sport and Identity videos.
2021 ALBERTA GOLFER MAGAZINE
Please review the content in our yearly magazine, The Alberta Golfer.
ALBERTA GOLF 2021 NEWSLETTERS
Please review the other 3 newsletters Alberta Golf sent out in 2021 for golfers across the province.
GOLF’S MODERNIZED RULES OF AMATEUR STATUS PUBLISHED
Golf’s new rules of amateur status have been published by The R&A and The USGA and will go into effect January 1, 2022.