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  • Some Kamloops, Okanagan golf courses open and taking precautions against COVID-19

    So far, it seems golfing is still an outdoor activity that affords proper social distance and some golf courses are adapting a few rules of play while trying to prevent the spread of COVID-19. 
  • Spring is coming, and that means golf season has arrived

    Warmer temperatures, a glimpse of sun here and there, buds poking up from your flower garden — all signs that spring is almost here. Another sign of spring for many is the start of golf season in the Thompson Okanagan. If you're a golf enthusiast we've got some good news.
  • Longest drive in the Okanagan? You could win a trip anywhere WestJet flies

    KELOWNA - Do you carry the big stick in your foursome? Then this is for you.
  • Change is a Comin' to the Rules of Golf

    The game of golf has been around since the middle ages, and so have the rules. But soon, golfers of all levels will be playing a slightly different game.
         Starting January 1, 2019, the United States Golf Association and the Royal & Ancient Golf Association are introducing a number of new, simplified rules to the game. The idea is to make golf more appealing to a broader range of people
  • Local golf course openings three weeks behind last year

    KELOWNA - As snow banks continue to melt and fresh grass begins to sprout, golf courses around the Okanagan are getting ready to open.
  • Kelowna cashing in on local events with cash grants

    KELOWNA - When the pros tee off at Gallagher’s Canyon for the inaugural GolfBC championship this week, the City of Kelowna logo will be prominently displayed as one of the event sponsors.
  • Kelowna course will host PGA Canada tour event

    KELOWNA – A Kelowna golf course has been chosen as a stop for a new tournament that grooms young players for the PGA.
  • Course operators look forward to February golf

    KELOWNA — Forget the groundhog, hardcore golfers are the new harbinger of spring. At least at Kelowna Springs Golf Club and some other Central Okanagan golf courses where agreeable weather is allowing for the earliest opening some courses have ever seen.

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