Last Updated: 28 July 2018

The Golf Canada Gold membership program has been piloted and tested in strategic locations over the last couple of years, with a commitment to make it available nationally for the 2018 season. Currently, over 900 member facilities have moved to the Golf Canada Gold membership and are enjoying the additional benefits. The plan for 2019, is to have every member club moved to this enhanced membership program. Stay tuned to future Member Club Insider communications to learn more about each of the benefits. Additional communication will be coming from Golf Canada and the Provincial Associations throughout the summer to all member facilities in preparation for full conversion in 2019.

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2018 Road Trip

Last Updated: 01 May 2018

Our annual CFBEGA 2018 Road Trip has been booked and we are headed to beautiful Washington State this year.


Dates: June, 7th, 8th and 9th
Where: Olympic Peninsula, Washington State
Courses: 1. Whitehorse Golf Club 2. Gold Mountain 3. Port Ludlow Golf Course
Cost: Estimate due to currency exchange $375

Itinery for 2018 Road Trip

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2018/19 Application Process is OPEN

Last Updated: 05 March 2018

Our application process has changed slightly this year hopefully again for the better. Here are a few changes you will see.

PLEASE NOTE: Associate Memberships will not be processed until March 24th 2018.

1. PSP has asked for a little more information than before. (address and birthdate)
2. When you hit "SUBMIT" at the end of your application you are agreeing to the terms and conditions of the association so no second piece of paper is required now.

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Benefits of Golfers posting Hole-by-hole scores

Last Updated: 22 June 2017



When golfers are posting scores to the Golf Canada Score Centre, they have two options to choose from:
1.     Gross Adjusted/Total Score – this requires the golfer to make all their adjustments for ESC and then tally the score to post it into the system.
2.     Hole-by-hole (HBH) Score – this lets the golfer post the actual score they made on each hole and the system does the ESC adjustments for them based on their current Course Handicap.

The HBH method is great for new golfers who don’t yet have a Handicap Factor, or just don’t feel comfortable making the ESC adjustments because the system does all the work for them.

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