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Two local clubs join SRC

Posted On: Tuesday, October 26, 2021

National Pines, Sauble to compete in Sr. Ryder Cup

Two local clubs join SRC

Two clubs from the BruceGreySimcoe Region - National Pines near Barrie and Sauble Golf and Country Club - have joined the Senior Ryder Cup for the 2022 season. Two others from the area - Blue Mountain and Midland G & CC - will return to the competition in 2022 after a hiatus during COVID. Full press release is below:


Gene Gordon, President of the Senior Ryder Cup ( Canada’s largest senior men’s team golf competition, announced that the SRC Board has approved the addition of twelve new member clubs and the return of nine clubs that had been on hiatus during COVID.


This brings the number of member clubs to a record 163 clubs that will compete for the Art Stead SRC championship trophy in 2022. The SRC is now, arguably, the largest senior men’s team golf competition in North America.


The twelve new clubs are Cambridge Golf Club; Glendale Golf & Country Club; Hamilton

Golf & Country Club; Innerkip Highlands Golf Club; Links of Kent Golf Club; Mitchell

Golf & Country Club; National Pines Golf Club; Prescott Golf Club; Sauble Golf &

Country Club; Station Creek Golf Club; The Oxford Hills and Whitetail Golf Club.


The nine returning clubs are Bayview Golf & Country Club; Blue Mountain Golf & Country

Club; Cedar Brae Golf Club; Heron Point Golf Links; Midland Golf & Country Club;

Oakville Golf Club; Peterborough Golf and Country Club; Sarnia Golf & Curling Club;

St. Catharines Golf & Country Club.


Gordon added ‘this is the next stage of our controlled expansion of the SRC competition which will see the number of participating clubs capped at 200, within six regions, for the 2023 season.


Incoming 2022 SRC President, Tom Nederpel, announced three of the five regional playoff

venues for the 2022 season as Brockville Country Club, Bridgewater Country Club and West Haven Country Club. Locations of the remaining two playoff venues, and the Championship venue, are under negotiation.


The Senior Ryder Cup was created in 1999, with four clubs, to provide a forum for senior male golfers (ages 55+) who enjoy competitive team match play golf. The SRC is a not-for-profit organization, conducted by a dedicated volunteer group of businesspersons for the enjoyment of all member clubs.


Over 2500 golfers compete in annual events in order to qualify to represent

their golf clubs in the Senior Ryder Cup.

Names and locations of member clubs of the Senior Ryder Cup are available at the SRC website




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