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GNL to Host Rules of Golf Seminar

Golf Newfoundland Labrador (GNL) in conjunction with Golf Canada will be hosting Level III and Level IV Rules of Golf Seminar that will be held at “Bally Haly Country Club” from April 21st to 23rd, 2017.
The schedule of activities include the following:
Friday, April 21st 8:15 to 5:30 P.M. Rules of Golf
Saturday, April 22nd 8:30 to 5:30 P.M. Rules of Golf
5:30 to 6:30 P.M. Reception
Sunday April 23rd 8:00 to 9:00 A.M. Q&A with instructors (optional)
9:00 A.M. To Noon Exam (optional)
12:15 P.M. Lunch
1:00 P.M. Exam Review
2:00 P.M. Close of Seminar
Level III Fee: $100.00 per person
Note that GNL will cover the registration fee for individuals wishing to challenge the Level III exam.
Registration deadline: Friday April 14th, 2017 5:00 P.M.
Participants should have a 2016-2017 Rules of Golf Decisions Book which can be purchased prior to the beginning of the seminar.
The seminar will be coordinated by Golf Canada Level IV Rules Facilitators Roland Deveau and Adam Helmer
The seminar will include a detailed review of the Rules of Golf, and participants will be provided an opportunity to obtain certification at either the Provincial (Level III) or National Level (Level IV).
The registration fee will cover the cost of breakfast, lunch each day, coffee breaks, and clinic costs.
For more information or to register contact the GNL Office at 709.424.3102 or e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

GNL TaylorMade-Adidas Formalize Partnership

Golf Newfoundland Labrador(GNL) and TaylorMade-adidas Golf are pleased to announced a formal partnership to become the official clothing and equipment provider for the association and teams representing the province at regional, atlantic and national championships.
For the past few years, GNL has identified and secured a number of types and styles of apparel to outfit the Development Team and provincial team players. In 2016, GNL was provided with adidas apparel for the provincial team program and the positive response was overwhelming. Therefore, GNL is pleased to have in place a formal agreement to provide apparel and equipment for all aspects of the organization from players to volunteers.
“GNL is pleased to be partnering with TaylorMade-adidas Golf as we would like to have our organization associated with these exceptional brands”, said Greg Hillier, Executive Director for GNL.“The TaylorMade and adidas Golf brands are world renowned and acknowledged in the golf community for high quality products”.
TaylorMade Golf has been the #1 Driver on the PGA Tour for over 15 consecutive years, and provides a full range of high performance equipment led by innovation. TaylorMade-adidas Golf’s mandate is to make the best performance products in the world, with a focus on equipment, apparel and footwear.
“We are very pleased to be able to associate the TaylorMade-adidas golf brands with GNL,” said Tim McCullum, Sales and Marketing-Atlantic Region for TaylorMade-adidas Golf “We feel this is a great opportunity for our two organizations to work together to continue to grow the game of golf in Newfoundland and Labrador and we are pleased to have the opportunity to create this partnership with GNL, its volunteers and members for the coming year”.
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GNL Launches She Swings-She Scores Program

IMG 2799GFW1St. John's, NL....Golf Newfoundland Labrador (GNL) with the support of Golf Canada Foundation is excited to launch the nationally recognized She Swings She Scores program. This program was originally created by the Golf Association of Ontario and designed to introduce girls aged 6-14 to the sport of golf.

She Swings She Scores focuses on girls currently participating in hockey by encouraging them to switch their hockey sticks for golf clubs at local hockey tournaments and community events. The goal of the program is to bring golf directly to girls and provide opportunities for players and teammates to learn the sport together in a fun, safe and developmental environment.

“The goal of this project is to provide exposure, awareness and knowledge of golf opportunities to females presently involved in sport activities and promote the opportunity as a team building, alternative activity that will increase female participation in golf.” stated Greg Hillier Matt Rollins, Executive Director of GNL.

GNL will set up an onsite hitting station and kiosk at hockey tournaments, where girls can try using golf clubs, obtain information of the provincial golf product and Girls Golf and get free swag. In addition to introducing the girls to golf, the program will educate parents and coaches about the Learn to Golf Program.

The initial She Swings, She Scores event was held during the Traction Female Hockey Tournament held at Joe Byrne Arena in Grand Falls-Windsor from February 10th to 12th. Approximately 150 young female hockey players and over 100 coaches, parents and general public took part in the activities. The next event is schedule for the Female Pee Wee tournament in Bonavista, March 3rd to 5th.
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Browning Harvey Ltd. Continues Sponsorship with Golf Newfoundland Labrador

Pepsi5St. John's, NL....Golf Newfoundland Labrador (GNL), is pleased to announce that Browning Harvey Ltd bottlers of Pepsi products in Newfoundland and Labrador will be continuing its support of grassroots and elite golf in the province for the coming year.

Blair Patrick, Director of Marketing, said “Browning Harvey Ltd. is very pleased to continue our relationship with GNL in supporting both the junior and adult provincial championships and its grassroots junior programs. The company has been a proud community supporter and looks forward to the continued partnership with GNL”.

“GNL is very pleased to partner with Browning Harvey Ltd for the coming year” stated Executive Director, Greg Hillier. “ Our organization has been very fortunate to have worked with Browning Harvey Ltd over the years to provide support to deliver grassroots junior programs and assist the organization with hosting ”first in class” provincial championships.

For more then 40 years, Pepsi Beverages Canada and Browning Harvey Ltd., have been associated with Junior Golf at the national and provincial level. While Pepsi Beverages Canada is no longer associated with the national championships., Browning Harvey Ltd. continues to be a major contributor to the growth and development of junior golf throughout the province and partners with a number of member courses in support of their goals and objectives.

Located on Ropewalk Lane in St. John's, Browning Harvey Ltd, is the sole bottler and distributor of Pepsi products for Newfoundland and Labrador. This present plant is 140,000 sq. ft. with the most up-to-date bottling equipment in the world. Browning Harvey Limited is a distributor for numerous products including Pepsi, Seven Up, Schweppes and Crush flavours, Fairlee, Dole and Aquafina water. Browning Harvey Limited was recently recognized for its continued strength in the Newfoundland & Labrador market having been chosen as an "Employer of Distinction" by the Employers Council of Newfoundland & Labrador.

Willingdon Cup Team Finalist for City of St. John's Team of the Year

image1The 2016 Willingdon Cup Championship Team has been selected as one of three finalists for the 2016 City of St. John's Molson Coors Team of the Year Award.

Provincial golf history was made in August when Newfoundland and Labrador won the Willingdon Cup Canadian amateur men’s team competition for the first time at the Royal Ottawa Golf Club.

Newfoundland’s team of Blair Bursey of Gander and Nathan Peters and Chuck Conley of St. John’s finished two strokes ahead of runner-up Ontario.

The Willingdon Cup competition was conducted during the first two rounds of the Canadian men’s amateur championship. Adding to the remarkability of the Willingdon Cup accomplishment is that Bursey, the two-time defending provincial men's champion, and Peters, whose home club is Clovelly, were both just 19.

As well, the team had to overcome the loss of its third member when the veteran, Conley, was forced to withdraw from the competition. Normally, a team's total score is achieved by using the two best daily results of the three-member team. However, with Conley unavailable, Newfoundland had to depend on only the scores of Bursey and Peters.

The other finalists for the Team of the Year include 2016 and five time Canadian Senior Men's fastpitch champions, the Galway Hitmen and 2016 Brier finalist, 2016 Rogers Grand Slam Cup and presently the top team on the 2016-2017 Tour, Team Gushue.

The Team of the Year Award along with a number of other awards will be presented at the annual City of St. John’s Molson Coors Canada 2016 Athlete of the Year Banquet that will take place on Tuesday February 7th in the Foran/Greene Room at City Hall.

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