Island golfer helping B.C.’s first Indigenous Golf Championship tee off this spring – Chemainus Valley Courier

by ahnationtalk on March 17, 202360 Views

Mar. 17, 2023

Port Alberni golfer takes the helm as tournament chair for May event in Osoyoos

For the first time ever, B.C. golfers who identify as Inuit, Metis or First Nation will compete against each other at the inaugural Indigenous Golf Championship.

And a Vancouver Island woman is front-and-centre in making it happen.

Scheduled for the May 26 weekend, the tournament will take place at the Osoyoos Indian Band-owned Nk’Mip Canyon Desert Golf Course.

A total of 128 men, women and youth will compete in an event that promises to be competitive and fun.

Read More: https://www.chemainusvalleycourier.ca/sports/island-golfer-helping-b-c-s-first-indigenous-golf-championship-tees-off-this-spring/

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