2015 Fall Wind Up

October 21, 2015

This is important! Every member mark the Fall Wind Up on your calendar. Again, by demand, the event will be at the Saskatoon Golf and Country Club, November 9th & 10th, 2015. The format will be like the one in 2014. 

November 9th will see registration 2:30 pm. Speakers will start at 3:00 pm and go until 6:00 pm.  Social will start at 7:00 pm. The next day, November 10th, will see speakers 9:00 am to noon.  The banquet will start at 12:00 noon. The AGM starts at 1:15 pm. We would like a good turnout.

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2015 STA North Wind-Up

September 18, 2015

October 6th, 2015

Elk Ridge Golf Resort

11:00 am

4 man best ball

$25 per person Golf, Cart and burger included

Call Elk Ridge to register1-800-510-1824

Tuesday Sept 29, 2015

11:00 am Harbour Golf Club, Elbow, SK

Call 306-854-2300 to register your team

$40 per person

The STA Research Tournament is Tuesday August 18th, 2015 at the Lynbrook Golf Club in Moose Jaw, SK


Help support turfgrass research in Saskatchewan! Entry Fee $400.00 per team ($100.00 per person) Includes green fee, cart, prizes and banquet.

Format: 4-Person Scramble

Can’t attend? Please consider making a donation on behalf of your Club or Company and help to support turfgrass research!

Prizes include Closest to the Pin, and Hole in One.


  • 9:00 am - Shot gun Start
  • 1:30 pm - Supper and Prizes

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Skins Game

Information coming soon...


The Mainprize Golf Club located in the Mainprize Regional Park, Saskatchewan has faced its fair share of challenges over the last few years. In 2011 major flooding spread across a lot of southeastern Saskatchewan and the Mainprize Golf Club became one of the victims of the Souris River/Rafferty water system. Mainprize lost 4 golf holes, a part of our campground, boat launch and beach. We have since recovered and have re-established the four flooded holes plus 3 abandoned practices holes that were used during the re-establishment of the flooded holes.

So after all of the flooding and other issues that came along with the flood the topic that I am writing about may almost seem insignificant but that is not really the case. Take-all Patch has definitely presented its own unique challenges to myself as the Golf Course Superintendent in Mainprize. One of the most difficult things about it is has been dealing with the disease while attempting to re-establish my flooded golf course and attempting to bring back the customers that were lost from the flood years.

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.