100th Anniversary Brampton Golf Club

Brampton Golf Club Celebrates Their 100th Anniversary

Brampton, ON – A spectacular day was had as Brampton Golf Club joined a list of honourable golf clubs able to celebrate 100 years of operation. Their 100th anniversary was in 2021, but unfortunately, they couldn’t celebrate together in person due to the pandemic. Thankfully everyone was able to come together today as guests enjoyed food, drinks and live music. 

There were 200 people in attendance to witness this memorable event for the club and community. Patrick Brown, Mayor of Brampton, was on hand to speak about this great accomplishment. “When I think of the Brampton Golf Club, I think of the great community events we have had here. There’s so many fundraising and charitable events in this facility,” Brown said. “This isn’t just a place for golf, it’s a place for the community to gather and rally behind great causes.” 

“It’s so wonderful to have all of our current and past members coming back, past board members and captains to be able to introduce our hall of fame and induct our first inductees,” said Greg Allworth, President of Brampton Golf Club. Pauline Kelly, Stu Hamilton and Bob Little were the first three inductees into the newly established hall. 

“There were many people involved in putting this event together, from the board of directors to our heritage committee, to our staff. Every department head was involved in some way or another,” said Boris Uvakov, General Manager of Brampton Golf Club. “Our food and beverage came through with this beautiful spread of food, and we had great entertainment.” 

To finish the day, participants played a shotgun start round of golf. On all the par threes, golfers used clubs from the 1920s to the 1960s.

On behalf of Golf Ontario and our partners at Golf Canada, we congratulate Brampton Golf Club on this milestone and look forward to continued partnership and support for years to come. 

About Golf Ontario

Golf Ontario is Ontario’s Provincial Sport Organization focused on enhancing participation, elevating performance, and supporting the passion of golfers in Ontario. With over 100,000 individual members and 500 member clubs, Golf Ontario is one of the largest golf associations in the world.  From rating courses and keeping the integral rules of the game intact to growing the game at the grassroots level and hosting the best amateur tournaments in Canada, Golf Ontario is a passionate group dedicated to Shaping Lives Through Golf.

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Brampton Golf Club GAO Sr. Men's Better-Ball

Robert Gibson and Colin Grieve capture 2015 Ontario Senior Men’s Better-Ball title

BRAMPTON— The Golf Association of Ontario’s (GAO) season concluded on September 24 with the final provincial championship of 2015: the Ontario Senior Men’s Better-Ball Championship. This year, Brampton Golf Club played host to the event that saw 64 teams and 128 players compete for the title.

At the end of the day it was the team of Robert Gibson and Colin Grieve that walked away as champions. Gibson, from Toronto and the Cedar Brae Golf Club, and Grieve, from Stoney Creek and the Glendale Golf & Country Club, finished the day at a combined six-under (65) to win the title by two strokes.

The leaderboard was a logjam after the winners as five teams tied for second with rounds of four-under (67). The list included: St. Catharines’ Michael Baines (Twenty Valley Golf & Country Club) and Burlington’s Mike Soucie (Twenty Valley Golf & Country Club); Chris Kertsos (York Downs Golf & Country Club), from Pickering, and Bolton’s Dan Partland (The National Golf Club of Canada); Caledon’s Ronald Kerr (Brampton Golf Club) and Glenn McClelland (Brampton Golf Club); Caledon’s Marty Quincey (Devil’s Pulpit Golf Association) and Oakville’s Brian Semkiw (Devil’s Pulpit Golf Association); and Newmarket’s David Stroud and Toronto’s Don McLean (Greystone Golf Club).

After the five teams in second, there were four other pairs tied for seventh at three-under (68).

For full tournament information, including the final leaderboard, see the tournament site at: http://gao.bluegolf.com/bluegolf/gao15/event/gao15101/index.htm

About the Ontario Senior Men’s Better-Ball Championship

The Ontario Senior Men’s Better Ball Championship was first contested in 1982. It is open to players aged 55 and older as of the date of the tournament. The championship trophy was donated by the Oakdale Golf & Country Club, who annually host the GAO’s Men’s Better Ball Championship. Notable champions include Ontario Golf Hall of Famers Nick Westlock and Stu Hamilton. The GAO would like to thank the staff and volunteers from Brampton Golf Club, along with the GAO volunteers, for their support of amateur golf in Ontario.

Brampton Golf Club BROOKE HENDERSON GAO Ontario Women's Amateur Championship

2014 Investors Group Women’s Amateur Championship Highlights

Highlights from the Golf Association of Ontario’s 2014 Investors Group Women’s Amateur Championship, July 8-11 at the Brampton Golf Club, won by Brooke Henderson.