Men’s Night

Men’s League takes place each Friday starting May 7th and runs through to September. You can participate in the Men’s League at any time on Friday, there is a $5.00 weekly registration fee that must be paid before you tee off to participate in the league.

The scoring will be a Net Stableford point system, each player scores one point for bogey, two for par, three for birdie and five for an eagle. You can win prizes by having the most points within your division. Points are based off your front nine, unless we are starting on the back nine.

Prizes in form of golf shop credits will be handed out weekly, along with a yearlong team prize as you play for the Hummer Cup. More details will follow on the Hummer Cup.

Instructions on how to book your group for a tee time on Friday’s will be communicated once we get closer to the season starting.

For questions or additional information please contact

Men’s Night Sponsors 2020

Hummer Cup

Introduced in 2019 to recognize the contribution of David “Hummer” Hume, the Hummer Cup is awarded based on player’s seasonal point total.

Featured right – David Hume and Matthew Collins.


2020 Hummer Cup Winners

 Left to right: Joseph Green, Martin Melnyk, League Co-Chair Matthew Collins, Chris Makin and David Crouse. 


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Junior & Novice Playing Regulations

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  1. Enjoy the outdoors:Young people should play golf because it is an opportunity to spend a few hours in the fresh air. While playing golf, kids and teens can experience all types of animals and plants.

.9. Develop lifelong friendships: You never know who you will meet on a golf course and interaction with others allow kids to develop social skills.

  1. Practice personal responsibility: Sometimes the ball doesn’t always bounce your way, but regardless of the outcome, there is no blaming your teammates for what happens.
  2. Have a safe place to play:The golf course is a safe place and facilitates mentoring relationships in a safe environment. Even in the Covid-19 world.
  3. Manage emotions:Golf closely parallels real life as one experiences the highs and lows of the game. This range of experience from birdies to triple bogeys rewards a young person’s ability to keep each shot in perspective, manage one’s emotions, maintain a positive outlook and focus on the shot at hand.
  4. Appreciate diversity:Golf is a game that can be played for a lifetime by anyone regardless of age, gender, ethnicity, or skill level.
  5. Prepare for life:Golf is a sport that helps prepare kids and teens for careers in business and other professional arenas.
  6. Learn etiquette:Young people should play golf because it is based on characteristics that are missing in our society. Golf places an emphasis on etiquette. In golf there is no judge or referee; instead, players govern themselves and fellow competitors.
  7. Spend time with family:Golf is a game that encourages family participation.

1B. EXCERSISE:  Golf is a sport that helps young and old people get off that couch. When you play golf, walking the golf course and carrying your bag, a 150-pound person burns 350 calories and walks more than 10,000 steps.

1A. IT’S FUN:  What can be more fun than being at the golf course?