Posted On: Tuesday, August 4, 2020
Saugeen Golf Club played host to the 2018 Senior Ryder Cup Championship.
The Senior Ryder Cup (SRC) was cancelled this season but will be back in 2021 with six new member clubs.
That will bring the total number of clubs to 158, including 19 in the BruceGreySimcoe region.
The new clubs are:
Glendale Golf & Country Club in Hamilton
Meadowbrook Golf and Country Club in Stouffville
Hylands Golf and Country Club in Ottawa
Whitetail Golf Club in Eganville,
Cataraqui Golf & Country Club in Kingston
Oaks of Cobden Golf Club in Cobden
“This is the next stage of our controlled expansion of the SRC competition which will see the number of participating clubs capped at 170, within the existing five regions, for the 2021 season,” states SRC president Gene Gordon in a news release.
SRC Vice President, and Playoff and Championship Chairman Tom Nederpel announced the 2021 five regional playoff venues are Barrie Country Club, Brantford Golf and Country Club, Brockville Country Club, Maple City Country Club and Whitevale Golf Club and the Championship venue will be Whistle Bear Golf Club on September 14, 2021.
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.
For a full list of clubs, CLICK HERE