Throughout the summer, the Kaslo Golf Club hosts a number of tournaments that we encourage you to join! Check the schedule below and contact us anytime to register for the event of your choice.
Upcoming Tournaments, 2017
Ryder Cup – date to be announced
Kaslo Legion – Sept. 9, 2pm
Protective Cup – Sept. 10, 10am
Men’s Rainbow Open – July 10th
A good turnout and great weather made this a really enjoyable event. The highlight of the day was a playoff between John Van Horn and Adam Pangburn for Low gross. This playoff went 6 holes before it was finally settled in John’s favor.
Low net went to “Sandy” Rob Lang who claims to have been trying to get his name on a trophy for 30 years. Good on ya, Rob.
Seniors’s Earl Zilkie Tourney – July 24, 2016
A good turnout of 39 golfers made this tournament a success. Earl Zilkie’s family was well represented with widow Ena, son Rob, brother Larry and sister-in-law Lois all in attendance. Low gross went to Reg Clarkson and low net to Ron Garner, both from Balfour which sent up a good contingent of golfers.
Ladies Rainbow – August 14, 2016
Unfortunately a lack of sufficient signups has resulted in a cancellation of this tournament. We hope to bring it back next year.
Legion Tourney – September 10, 2016
Protective Cup – September 11, 2016
The following are open only to club members:
Senior Men’s Club Championship (18 holes)
Turnout was somewhat smaller than usual. The low gross was taken by Bob Froese with an 82, and low net went to Dean Carmen with 70.
Men’s Club Championship (18 holes)
This event was played October 1st under good conditions. It was won by Terry Turner who turned in a low gross score of 86. Low net was taken by Dick Clarke with a 65.
Men’s Match Play
The 32 participants played out their matches, which by all accounts were quite close. This format really works!
The A side prize of $300 was won by Cam Wilson who at the end of the season finally tamed his driver. He took out Ben Borley (consistently down the middle) who as runner-up won $100. The B side winner was Dean Pelletier who also pocketed $100 and said the daily rounds he has been playing all summer paid off.