Multi Sport Games

2017 Canada Games
Winnipeg, Manitoba
July 28 - August 13, 2017

Winnipeg will be hosting the largest multi - sport and cultural event in the nation from July 28th until August 13th, 2017. The Canada Summer Games will welcome over 4,000 athletes and coaches and over 20,000 visitors to Winnipeg, Gimli and Kenora.

With 2017 being the 50th anniversary of the Games and the 150th anniversary of Canada, it will be a very exciting time for young Manitoba athletes as well as Manitobans in general. The 2017 Canada Summer Games will have a prominent place in our country’s celebration.

Golf will be participating in the Canada Games for the third time. The Games are open to both male and female athletes who are under the age of 19 as of August 1, 2017.

Southwood Golf & Country Club will be the venue for Golf. Southwood has hosted some high profile National Championships including the 2014 Canadian University Championship and the 2014 Canadian Men’s Amateur Championship. Southwood will be an excellent test for Canada’s top junior golfers.

The inaugural participation of golf in the Canada Games was in 2009 in Charlottetown, PEI. The Manitoba Girls Team finished in 6th place while the Boys finished in 4th. The Girls Team members were Bri - ann Tokariwski (Elmhurst), Jenna Roadley (Glendale) and Lindsay Stewart (Selkirk). The Boys Team was Myles Sullivan (Portage), Ryan Pitzel (Rossmere) and Aaron Cockerill (Teulon).

The 2013 Games were held in Sherbrooke, Quebec. The Manitoba Girls Team consisted of Veronica Vetesnik (Golf Manitoba PPC), Camryn Roadley (Glendale) and Hanna Diamond (St. Charles) and they finished in 7th place. The Boys team of Travis Fredborg (Selkirk), Zach Sackett (Elmhurst ) and Steve Young (St. Charles) finished in 6th place.

A Training Squad of 12 girls and 13 boys have been preparing for the opportunity to represent Manitoba in 2017. Training Squad activities include a Golf Dome membership and team practices over the winter months, sport science seminars provided by Sport Manitoba and some great competition while playing on the Mundie Putter and Nassau teams.

2017 Canada Games Training Squad Selection Criteria


• All girls who participated in the 2016 Canada Games Program
• All girls who played in the 2016 Accurate Dorwin Manitoba Junior
• The top 10 finishers in the 2016 PowerSmart Manitoba Games

Bobbi Uhl, Shilo CC, Erickson
Camryn Roadley, Glendale G&CC, Winnipeg
Rebecca Kuik, Niakwa CC, Winnipeg
Alexandra Demko, Whitewater GC, Thunder Bay
Kate Gregoire, Quarry Oaks, St. Anne
Hayley Shanks, Shilo CC, Brandon
Lexie Kopp, Links @ the Lake, Matlock
Tiana Slate, Shilo CC, Brandon
Mikyla Albert, Golf Manitoba PPC, Selkirk
Coral Zamzow, Swan River G&CC, Swan River
McKenzie Batacan, Bel Acres G&CC, Winnipeg
Danya Dubnicoff, Elmhurst G&CC, West St. Paul


• All players who participated in the 2016 Training Squad will be invited to participate in the final phase of the program
• The top 5 juniors who qualified for the matches in the 2016 Match Play Championship
• The top 5 juniors who made the cut in the 2016 Nott Autocorp Manitoba Amateur
• The top 15 finishers in the 2016 Manitoba Junior Championship

Zach Wytinck, Golf Manitoba PPC, Glenboro
Sam Diamond, St. Charles CC, Winnipeg
Wesley Hoydalo, Elmhurst G&CC, Selkirk
Ryan McMillan, Elmhurst G&CC, Winnipeg
Sylvain Ruest, Niakwa CC, Winnipeg
Cole Ferguson, Glendale CC, Winnipeg
Zak Bannatyne, Links @ the Lake, Winnipeg
Brendan Kesterke, Breezy Bend CC, Headingley
Spencer Norrie, Minnewasta G&CC, Morden
Anthony Leicht, St. Charles CC, Winnipeg
Cameron McIntyre, Rossmere CC, Winnipeg
Jacob Armstrong, St. Boniface GC, Winnipeg
Cole Uzat, Elmhurst G&CC, Selkirk



• May 20th & 21st - 2 rounds at Southwood G&CC
• May 27th & 28th - 2 rounds @ Minnewasta G&CC at the 2017 Match Play Qualifier
• July 3rd - 6th - 3 rounds @ Bel Acres G&CC at the 2017 Women’s Amateur Championship
• July 11th - 13th - 3 rounds @ Rossmere GC at the 2017 Manitoba Junior Championship


• May 20th & 21st - 2 rounds @ Southwood G&CC
• May 27th & 28th - 2 rounds @ Minnewasta G&CC at the 2017 Match Play Qualifier
• June 24th & 25th - 2 rounds @ Southwood G&CC
• July 10th - 13th - 4 rounds @ Rossmere GC at the 2017 Manitoba Junior Championship

Players will use their top seven scores out of ten qualifying rounds. If there is a tie, an 18 hole play - off will be held. The low three players will represent Manitoba at the 2017 Canada Games.


Powersmart Manitoba Summer Games
Steinbach, Manitoba
August 7 - 13, 2016

The sport of Golf is very fortunate to be part of the Power Smart Manitoba Games. Similar to the Olympics, these Games take place every four years with the next one taking place in 2016.

Golf Manitoba would like to make you aware of the PowerSmart Manitoba Summer Games Regional Training Squad program for the 2016 golf season. The program offered by Golf Manitoba will be similar to 2012, which saw many of the participating players move on to become some of the top junior golfers in the province.

Participants of the program are required to be:


  • Minimum of 10 years old on August 7, 2016
  • Maximum of 15 years old on August 10, 2016


  • Minimum of 10 years old on August 7, 2016
  • Maximum of 17 years old on August 10, 2016

The eight different regions of the province will have access to coaching by a Golf Professional commencing in the spring of 2016. Each Training Squad Member will receive a minimum of 20 hours of training in preparation for a 36 hole qualifier (date and location TBD) to represent their region at the 2016 PowerSmart Manitoba Summer Games in Steinbach, August 7th-10th

Regional Coaches

Central Greg Hesom, Winkler
Eastman Brian Guenther, Steinbach Fly In
Interlake Dave McMillan, Elmhurst
Parkland Scott McCallum, Gilbert Plains
Norman Rance Stangeland, Halcrow Lake
Westman Dave Scinocca, Shilo
Winnipeg Blue
Darren McMillan, Shooters
Winnipeg Gold
Tom Kinsman, Southwood

Cost of the program is $150 which will include a Golf Manitoba Training Squad golf shirt.

Registration deadline is April 22nd, 2016.

Once the Training Squads are confirmed in the spring, a Player/Parent seminar will take place.

If you have any questions please contact Garth Goodbrandson by email at or by phone at 204-291-4458.


2015 Western Canada Summer Games
Wood Buffalo, Alberta
August 12 - 16, 2015

  • The Western Canada Games (WCG) are held every four years.
  • In 2011, the sport of golf participated in the WCG for the first time in Kamloops, British Columbia.
  • Age Eligibility is for athletes that are 16 & under as of the final day of the Games.
  • The team scores are calculated by using the three best scores of the four players.
  • The 2015 Western Canada Games was held in Wood Buffalo, Alberta and was once again an amazing lifelong memory for all players involved.
  • Based on competitive results in 2014, Golf Manitoba established a “Training Squad” of 10 boys and 6 girls who prepared for the 2015 WCG by participating in fitness testing at the Sport for Life Centre. The “Training Squad” model was first established in 2008 in preparation for the 2009 Canada Summer Games. We continue to utilize this to prepare for all Games activities.
  • The program also included weekly team practices and a membership at The Golf Dome during the winter.
  • The spring/summer portion of the program included a two day camp, weekly practices, sport science opportunities and participation in the Mundie Putter and Nassau Leagues.

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