Saskatoon Golf and Country Club, Monday November 7 & Tuesday November 8

Monday November 7
• 2:30 pm—Registration
• 3:00 pm—5:30 pm—Seminar—The Art of Spray Application CEC
• 5:30 pm—7:00 pm—Social—appetizers and refreshment

Tuesday November 8
• 8:30 am—Breakfast
• 9:00 am—11:30 am—Seminars
• 11:30—Banquet
• 12:30 pm—Annual General Meeting
• 1:30 pm—Thanks for attending. Have a safe trip home.

Please register in advance. To register, call or download and email this form to:

Kim Larsen
Phone: 306.220.6884

Thursday September 22, 2016. Shot Gun Start at 11:00 AM

4 Man Best Ball Format

$45.00 Per Person (incl. cart, fees, and meal).

Everyone bring a prize

Contact Pro Shop to Register - Ph: (306) 771-2579 or email:

Register as a single or as a team. Please register on or before Sept. 15/16 in order that we can prepare meals accordingly (Visa or MasterCard accepted).

The Meadow Lake Golf Club and Host Superintendent “Woody” invite you to a Zone Golf Day.

When: Wednesday July 13th 2016 - Tee times to start at 12noon.

Cost: $40 per player- includes golf, cart, supper and Hi/Lo Skins Game.

I would like to ask if everyone could try to bring a “small prize” from their local club or business to help in this event’s success
This fun event is open to Superintendent’s, Their Staff, Board Members, Managers and Industry Reps.

Please send entries to: or
Or call Woody’s cell at 306 236-7288

See you there!

Dakota Dunes Golf Links, Saskatoon, SK, Tuesday August 23, 2016.

Hosted by Tyler McComas.

  • 9:00 a.m. SHOT GUN START
  • 2:00 p.m. SUPPER AND PRIZES


Help support turfgrass research in Saskatchewan! Entry Fee $400.00 per team ($100.00 per person) Can’t attend? Please consider making a donation on behalf of your Club or Company and help to support.

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Home Inn & Suites – Saskatoon South has rooms blocked off for this event. Be sure to book by August 5th to ensure availability.

Download Hotel Booking Sheet »

The skins game will be August 22 at Greenbryre Country Club in Saskatoon.


Well, here we go. After the 4th warmest winter in Saskatchewan history we are off to an early start to the 2016 season. By almost all early reports, it was a great winter for turfgrass survival and I hope everyone has a very successful season.

As everyone knows, on February 14, 2016 we lost our Executive Director, Don Campbell, after a nearly 30 year battle to heart disease. My Dad began working at Riverside as a caddy  and shagging balls for Head Professional Bill Turnbull in the late 1940's and then joined the green staff where he worked summers while trying to pursue a professional hockey career. He left Riverside for 3 years before returning to be Superintendent in 1969 and also managing the club in 1970. He worked both positions until 1985 and was Executive Director until his retirement in 1996.

About the STA

  • Saskatchewan's Turfgrass Association, founded in 1979, is a non-profit organization. The S.T.A. was organized by a group of Turfgrass Professionals which has grown to include people from Parks, Golf Courses, Sod Growers, Cities and Commercial Companies.