Michelle Kim Is The 2015 British Columbia Golf Women's Amateur Champion - Image Credit Alfie Lau
17-year-old Michelle Kim is the 2015 winner of the Flumerfelt Cup after she held off a furious charge from her older sister Taylor at the British Columbia Women’s Amateur at Duncan Meadows Friday afternoon.
Michelle’s final round (-1) 71 to finish at (-3) 285 was good enough to beat Taylor Kim the defending champion. Taylor shot a (-...
The biggest 'big' event at Duncan Meadows has been the the 2011 playing of the prestigious Canadian Women's Amateur Championship where current up-and-coming star Rebecca Lee-Bentham won in dramatic fashion.
The most recent 'big' event at Duncan Meadows was the 2009 playing of the prestigious BC Amateur championship. Kelowna's Dan Brown started the final round 3 shots behind local golfer Brady Johnson but Dan took the Bostock Trophy with the superior final round, finishing the 72 hole event with an unprecedented 11 under par over the 6750 yard course
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The 108th BC Amateur is now in the books and Kelow...
2006 saw something completely different as DM hosted its first professional tournament when the season-opening event of the CN Women's Professional Tour came to town.
That tournament was settled in a play-off won by Oregon's Taya Battistella, who chipped in on the first extra hole to defeat 4 others, including Mary Ann Lapointe, the 4 time Canadian Amateur Champion.
In 2005, DM welcomed a large group of enthusiastic 'older youngsters', as the RCGA brought its University & College Championships to this Cowichan Valley track.
The championship is open to universities, colleges and other post-secondary institutions (professional and technical schools) in Canada. The team championship has five-player teams competing over 72 holes with the top four individual scores counting towards the team tot...
In 2001, the BCGA was back with the British Columbia Junior Championship tournament. That hotly contested event was won by Chis Baryla of Vernon, who outlasted Mitch Gillis and James Lepp. Chris went on to a solid university career at El Paso, then to the Nationwide Tour, and eventually to the PGA Tour, where he now competes regularly with the world's best golfers.