2016 Year in Review

2016 was definitely a great year of golf and not a bad year for my blog either, with 26 posts it wasn’t exactly prolific, but I am happy with the refocus the blog has taken, from a personal experience perspective to a course review platform. I am hoping to continue along the same lines for 2017.

My year started down south with two rounds in Florida at Orange Lake Reserve and Highlands Reserve.

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Orange Lake Reserve

 

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Highlands Reserve

After a few more months waiting for the snow to melt I really got my golf season started out west with rounds at Red Deer Golf & Country Club, River Bend Golf Club and Wolf Creek Golf Resort in Central Alberta.

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Red Deer Golf & Country Club
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River Bend Golf Club
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Wolf Creek Golf Resort

In addition to central Alberta I had the chance to tee it up in Winnipeg, MB this past season, getting in 18 at Breezy Bend Golf & Country Club.

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Breezy Bend Golf & Country Club

Back home, I found some time to get in a few 9s with family at my home club, Metcalfe Golf & Country Club

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Pushing Simon around the 9 hole course at Metcalfe Golf & Country Club

On Father’s day I played a great track on Montreal’s south shore, Club de Golf La Prairie.

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I played in a number of events this season, including the OVGA City & District, OVGA Intersectionals, a Golf Town Amateur Series event at eQuinelle, the Flagstick Open at eQuinelle and the ClubEG Slammer Tour Tour Championship match play.

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eQunelle Golf Club

 

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Sandpoint Golf Course. Photo credit: Flagstick Golf Magazine

With the dog days of summer upon us I managed to play three great Ottawa area/Western Quebec courses in Montebello, Le Sorcier and Carleton, followed by a few rounds out east in PEI at Brudenelle and Crowbush Cove.

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Club de Golf Montebello
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Club de Golf Le Sorcier
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Carleton Golf & Yacht Club
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Brudenelle River Golf Course
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The Links at Crowbush Cove

I wrapped up August by winning the club championships at Metcalfe.

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In September I played another Quebec course, this time St.Cesair with my father in law.

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Golf de Saint Cesair

I also played in the OVGA Tournament of Champions at GreyHawk, before finishing out my season with a thanksgiving round at Pine Knot Golf & Country Course.

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Pine Knot Golf & Country Club

From a stats standpoint, my year in a nutshell:

  • Rounds = 35
  • High Score = 87 at Crowbush
  • Low Round = 73 at eQuinelle
  • Scoring Average = 80
  • Handicap Factor = 5.2

I didn’t have much in terms of goals going into the year, so coming away with a 3rd place finish at the Flagatick Open and a Club Championship, while adding 11 new courses to my played list counts as a pretty good year.

Looking forward to what 2017 will bring

See you at the turn,

Brewcee

 

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2 Comments Add yours

  1. Brewcee

    Sounds like you had an awesome year! Congrats. Looking for more of your posts in 2017!

    Cheers
    Jim

  2. Aaron,

    Solid year my friend. Wishing you an even better 2017!

    Cheers
    Josh

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