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Every Tuesday morning women members are invited to join us for Women’s Day. Tee times begin at 9:30am. This is a great opportunity for new members to meet other women golfers and long-time members to reconnect with friends.  Each person plays their own game and scores are not shared. Members sign up individually in the Pro Shop by Sunday at 12pm for golf the upcoming Tuesday. The Sports Captain will assign tee times with the intent of mixing up foursomes to give members the opportunity to play with as many different golfers as possible. Tuesday tee times will be posted on the tee sheet Monday afternoon.

Contact/Coordinator: Norma McIver [email protected]


Every Wednesday evening women members are invited to join us for the Wednesday Evening Women’s league. We would love to have you come out and enjoy some fun with fellow golfers, connecting with old friends and meeting new members. Registrations opens every Thursday at 12 Noon. To participate please register through Golf Genius (below) or call the Pro Shop (306-933-1225) by Wednesday at 12pm.

Sign-Up <HERE> on the golf Genius Website or use Golf Genius App with GGID: SGCCWN23

4:30 Start: May 17 & 24
5:00 Start : May 31 - July 19 (No Play on July 26)
Note: June 21 moves to Thursday June 22
4:30 Start: August 2, 9 & 16
4:00 Start: August 23 & 30 (Windup)

  1. Members will enter as an individual or with a group with tee times being assigned by the league co-ordinator.
  2. Check-in at the Pro Shop in advance and be sure to give yourself enough time to get to your starting hole..
  3. Join your fellow golfers for an evening meal after golf where prizes will be given out and the 50/50 draw will be made.  You do not have to stay for the prize presentation as we will send an email by the next morning announcing winners. You can pick up your prize in the pro shop the next day.
  4. A $5 CASH fee for each player on Wednesday evenings is required to participate in prizes. The $5 goes towards a 50/50 draw (anyone can win the 50/50). The other 50% is used for prizes for the evening. No duplicate winners of prizes, other than the 50/50.
  5. A sponsor will be designated for each Wednesday night. If you would like to sponsor a Wednesday night please contact the Pro Shop for details.  
Contact/Coordinator: Rose Halbach [email protected] 

Handicap Information -- (Click here for the webpage HANDICAP INFORMATION)

What is a Handicap – a handicap represents the approximate number of strokes over par your score would be when you are playing a good game.  For example, if the course Par is 72 and on your good games you typically shoot 100 – then you would have a handicap of approximately 26 to 28.  Your handicap is determined by an average-based calculation, taken from the best eight out of the last 20 scores.  You need a minimum of 5 rounds of 18 holes to establish a handicap, and that handicap adjusts throughout the year based on the scores you enter, and it carries over to the start of the next golf season.  You do not need to re-establish a handicap every season.
What is a Handicap used for – the handicap is a way to level the playing field when you play a tournament or a league that considers net scores.  For example, if a golfer with a 10 handicap shoots an 85 – their net score would be 75 (Actual or gross score minus handicap strokes = net score).  If they are playing in a group with a golfer that has a handicap of 30 and that golfer shoots 100 – their net score would be 70 and they would have the better net score of the two golfers.
Everyone, wishing to play in club events and tournaments, is required to have an established and up-to-date handicap listed in the Golf Canada Handicap system in order to play. These events and tournaments involve prizes that have cash value; therefore, to be fair to everyone, the handicap rules must be applied. Club events include: Women’s Tuesday League, Women's Wednesday evening League, and all Club Tournaments-Spring Thaw, Club Championships, Partners and Frost Bite.
Also related to handicaps, each year at the Women’s Fall Wind up, prizes are awarded to the top 3 people with the greatest handicap reduction.  The calculation is based on where people were at the start of the year to where they are at the end of the season.
Establishing and Maintaining a Handicap -- All members of SGCC are also members of Golf Canada.  Members use the Handicap system on the Golf Canada website.  They are the authorized national body responsible for administering the rules of handicapping in Canada using the World Handicap System (WHS).
To establish your handicap with the Golf Canada system, if you need assistance or have any questions please see Brennan or Sloane at the Pro Shop.  They will assist you with getting set up in the handicap system and in getting your handicap set up.  Then after each game you play – whether it is 9 holes or 18 holes, enter your score using any of the following options: i) through the SGCC website on your computer or smartphone, or  ii) by downloading the Golf Canada app to your smartphone; or iii) on the handicap computer located in the lobby area just outside the Pro Shop entrance.
Calculating Your Handicap Score - For Handicapping purposes only, there is a limit of Net Double Bogey (a double bogey is two strokes over par) as the maximum score for any hole.  When you are entering your score into the computer, you will need to look at each hole score and calculate the score as follows:  PAR + 2 strokes + Handicap strokes received for that hole.  NOTE: The easiest way to maintain your handicap is to use the “Post Hole by Hole” option.  The handicap system will then calculate your handicap score for you.  And a reminder that if you have any questions about how to review your score before entering it into the system, please see the pro shop staff for assistance.
There is a maximum Handicap Index of 54.0, regardless of gender, to encourage more golfers to measure and track their performance to increase their enjoyment of the game.
Thank you,
Anne Marie Moulin - Handicap Chair
Women’s Section


2023 Women's Nights

Date Sponsor
May 17 @ 4:30 SGCC
May 24 @ 4:30 SGCC
May 31 @  5:00 Allied Denture - Brett Payne
June 7 @ 5:00  
June 14 @ 5:00  
June 22 (Thurs) @ 5:00  
June 28 @ 5:00  
July 5 @ 5:00 Centennial Plumbing Heating and Electrical
July 12 @ 5:00  
July 19 @ 5:00 Allied Denture - Brett Payne
August 2 @ 4:30  
August 9 @ 4:30  
August 16 @ 4:30 Centennial Plumbing Heating and Electrical
August 23 @ 4:00  
August 30 @ 4:00 Wind-Up