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2017 Club Events Magazine

2017 Club Events Magazine

St. Charles Country Club

Events, Tournaments & Programs


This magazine provides a comprehensive look
at the exciting year ahead at St. Charles Country Club.

Mark all of these important dates on your calendar,
so you don’t miss out on any of the fun in 2017!

Table of Contents

2-4 Men's Golf

4 Men's Golf Fixture Card

5 - 7 Women’s Golf

7 Women’s Golf Fixtur e Cards

8 - 9 Women’s Introduction to Golf Program

10 C o a c h i n g a n d I n s t r u c t i o n

11-12 Golf Coaching & Training Programs

13 S t . C h a r l e s C u s t o m C l u b F i t t i n g

14 Wo m e n’s O n l y I n s t r u c t i o n P r o g r a m s

15 S t . C h a r l e s P r o f e s s i o n a l S t a f f

16 - 17 Junior Golf Programs

18 J u n i o r G o l f F i x t u r e C a r d

19 - 20 Junior Futures and Junior Golf Learning Programs

21 J u n i o r G r o u p C o a c h i n g S i g n - u p S h e e t

22 C l u b Po l i c i e s a n d P l a y i n g Re s t r i c t i o n s

23 Re c i p r o c a l C l u b P r i v i l e g e s

S23t a f f C o n t a c t I n f o r m aMtGi oAn To u r n a m e n t s

Cameron Gray Braydon Gilbert Tyler Scammell

General Manager Grounds Superintendent Assistant Food & Beverage Manager
Phone: 204-833-2390 Phone: 204-889-0899 Phone: 204-833-2391
[email protected] [email protected] [email protected]

Cory Kartusch Randy Myers Takashi Murakami

Head Golf Professional Controller Executive Chef
Phone: 204-888-8229 Phone: 204-833-2393 Phone: 204-833-2392
[email protected] [email protected] [email protected]

Craig Strand Subash Bahl Darrin Kroeker

Associate Golf Food & Beverage Manager Computer Support Management
Professional/Pro Shop Manager Phone: 204-833-2396 Phone: 204-833-2394
Phone: 204-888-8229 [email protected] [email protected]
[email protected]

Golf Course when standing. Golf shirts must be tucked tailored to be worn outside the waist.
Dress Code in at the waist unless they are tailored to be
un-tucked as defined by - hemmed, evenly Prohibited Attire - All denim wear,
cut around the bottom and a reasonable colored leggings, stirrup pants, sweat suits,
Everyone must wear soft spike golf conservative length below the belt. jogging suits, cargo pants or shorts, short
shoes on the golf course & practice
areas at all times. shorts, t-shirts, halter tops, tennis clothing,
Ladies/Girls - Golf shirts, with collars or beachwear and golf sandals.
Men/Boys - Golf shirts, with collar and sleeves, slacks, pants and shorts with
sleeves, slacks, pants and shorts with pockets sewn closely to garment, sweaters,
pockets sewn closely to garment, sweaters, jackets, skirts, and rain suits. Shorts, skirts
jackets, plus fours and rain suits. Bermuda and skorts must be of conservative length
shorts - provided they are no higher than being no shorter than mid thigh. Golf
four inches from the top of the knee cap shirts must be worn inside the waist unless

Men’s Golf Events

Starting with Men's Opening Golf Day and ending with our fall Iron Man competition, the golf calendar is full of events
throughout the season for our members participation. Our Club events are about friendly competition, camaraderie and enjoying
St. Charles with your fellow members. Below is a brief description of each of our Club events. Please contact the Pro Shop staff if
you would like to know more about any or all of the events we offer.
You may enter any of these events by contacting the Pro Shop at 204-888-8229 or by emailing [email protected]

Men's Opening Golf Day The Waldon Trophy

Monday May 8th - 2:00 pm Shotgun Start Waldon Trophy – Begins Saturday June 3rd

A great way to kick off the season with a fun afternoon of golf! Competed for since 1955, the Waldon trophy is played for on
All members are encouraged to play in Men’s Opening to each Saturday in the month of June. Each Saturday morning
welcome our new members to the club while re-connecting with players are able to report their net scores to the Pro Shop. Each
your fellow members you may have not seen since Men’s player’s best two net scores are combined to determine the
Closing. The format for this event is a two best net of four. Entry champion and winner of the Waldon trophy.
is on an individual basis with your professional staff creating the To enter on Saturday morning players must report to the Pro
draw. Shop or starter prior to their round.

Heavy Cocktail Reception with Food Stations. The Vipond

Tupper Cup - Handicap Match Monday June 12th – 1:00 pm Shotgun start
Play Championship The first of our two major charity events held exclusively for
members of St. Charles. The first Vipond was played in 1976 and
Qualifying – May 1st to May 28th / Matches begin June 1st has contributed over $1,000,000 to the Community Living Win-
nipeg since its inception. This has been accomplished through the
The first Tupper Cup played dates back to 1912. The field for support of our members, committees and tremendous sponsor-
this event is determined through a qualifying period held in the ship through the years.
first four weeks in May. Qualifiers must register their qualifying Members can enter this event as a team of four or as an
round prior to play with the starter or the Pro Shop staff. The individual. The format is two best net of four. Following a great
fifteen low net scores and the past champion make up the field of day of golf and competition players enjoy a cocktail reception in
the match play event. the Garden followed by dinner and awards with a prize table in
excess of $30,000.00. This is a full day of golf, excellent food
Matches are scheduled mutually by the participants and are to be and an entertaining dinner. Be sure to get your team in early as
played before each posted deadline, with the championship the field is limited to 32 teams!
match being played by the first week in September. Play is from
the Blue Tees or White Tees.

Captains Trophy - Alternate Members who are interested in sponsoring should contact:
Mr. Bob Kennedy 204-633-6333 or
Mr. Bill Knight 204-783-9600
Shot Match Play Championship
Entry Deadline – May 28th / Matches begin June 1st
Senior & Super Senior Men's
Competed for since 1987, this is our most popular match play Club Championship
event. Teams of two members compete for this trophy in an
alternate shot format. Each team is assigned half of their Saturday July 15th and Sunday July 16th
combined handicap with play being from the Blue Tees.
The Senior championship is played for our members 55 years of
All entries are accepted into this field with matches scheduled age and over and is held on a weekend in July. The Super Senior
mutually by the participants. The draw is posted in the Pro Shop. division is for our member’s age 70 years and over. This event is
The final match is played by the first week in September with the for players of all skill levels as we have both gross and net
champions being honored at Men's Closing Golf Day. awards within each flight. Play is from the white tees.

Tee times begin on Saturday at approximately 7:45 am with the
final scoring and trophy presentations being held in the Garden
following play on Sunday. Net and Gross awards for each flight
are presented at our Men's Closing Golf Day in September.


Men’s Golf Events

Hopwood Trophy - Men's Club Club Championship Weekend
Championship Match Play
Friday August 18th to Sunday August 20th
Match Play Weekend July 7th to July 9th Championship Flight Friday, Saturday & Sunday
Qualifying May 27th to June 18th All other Flights Saturday & Sunday

The Club Championship match play hosts the top 16 players at Our Men’s Club Championship crowned its first champion in
the Club for a weekend of scratch match play golf. The field is 1906. This event is open to all members and skill levels as
made up of 8 spring qualifiers and 8 exempt positions based on players are flighted according to their handicap. There are gross
the previous year’s Hopwood results and performance in the and net awards for each flight. All flights are stroke play.

previous year’s Men's and Senior Club Championship. This Play begins Friday afternoon, continues on Saturday morning and
prestigious trophy has been played for since 1977. finishes in grand style in conjunction with our ladies and junior

Matches begin on Friday afternoon and finish with the final championships on Sunday morning. Following the completion of
being played on Sunday morning. All members with a 7 play, awards are presented to all of our Club Champions in a
handicap or less are encouraged to qualify for this fantastic special ceremony in the Garden with a fantastic BBQ lunch.

match play event! Club Championship Shootout

Night Golf Saturday August 19th – 4:00 pm start

Friday August 11th – Cocktails begin at 7:00 pm – Golf begins The Club Championship includes another can’t miss event as our
at dusk Men’s Shootout is played late Saturday afternoon. This is a

Join us for a fabulous evening at the club! This event is popular event where qualifiers are paired together based on their
definitely intended to be more social with a little golf mixed in! first day scores in the championship. Teams of two play alternate
The evening will start with cocktails and music on the Putting shot in an elimination format. Ten teams tee off on the first hole
Green. Golf will begin shortly after sunset with a shotgun start with one team being eliminated each hole until we find a winner.
where all groups will play 6 holes of golf through the torch lit The drama is high and laughs are plenty!

fairways. Following golf light snacks and music will continue in Men's Closing Golf Day
the Garden through the evening. Wednesday September 13th – 1:00 pm Shotgun start

All members and non-member spouses are welcome to attend this Our closing event is traditionally played on a Wednesday in mid
September. Men's Closing is our way to celebrate another season
of golf at St. Charles by hosting our members to a spectacular
St. Charles Invitational Pro Am day at the Club. It is played in a format of 1,2,3 net best ball of
foursome. Members can enter this event as a team of four or as
Monday August 14th – 1:00 pm Shotgun start

The premiere Pro Am event in Manitoba is hosted at your club. an individual and be paired on a team by our professional staff.
The St. Charles Invitational Pro Am is an event where three
members of St. Charles play with a PGA professional from The day begins with a 1:00 pm shotgun and is followed by our
Manitoba. The event is presented by the Great West Life closing dinner and year end awards in the Clubhouse. Your
Assurance Company who matches each dollar contributed professional staff joins you on the course hosting a few fun
through sponsorship to Cancer Care Manitoba. Since 1987 over competitions. Celebrate our season and honour our tournament
$1,000,000 has been contributed to Cancer Care through the winners by participating in Men’s Closing.

efforts of this event. Members who would like to sponsor this Champion of all Leagues
event beyond their entry fee can contact Head Professional Cory
In conjunction with Men’s Closing, all of our Men’s leagues are
The event boasts a prize table in excess of $30,000 with both encouraged to enter a team of four to compete for the title of
team and draw prizes awarded following golf. This spectacular “Champion of all Leagues”. The event follows the same format
day begins with lunch in the Garden and the draw for the as the closing event. All players on the team must be a member
Professionals. The shotgun begins at 1:00 pm and is followed by of the league they are representing. The winning team will be
cocktails in the Garden and an entertaining evening accompanied presented the trophy at the closing dinner and will have bragging
by a wonderful dinner. rights through to next year’s event!

Members can enter this event as a team of four or as a single
player to be matched up by the Pro Shop. The format is two best
net stableford scores of four with the professionals best six gross
scores being added to the team total.


Men’s Golf Events

Iron Man Alister MacKenzie Society
Sunday October 1st – 12:00 pm shotgun start
St. Charles Country Club is privileged to be a part of the Alister
All members are welcome to enter this event and play St. Charles MacKenzie Society. The society is comprised of 15 golf clubs
as tough as it gets. Tough pins and tees played at the tips, and from around the globe that share the commonality of being de-
then some, is the theme to this fun day of golf. The day begins signed by Dr. Alister MacKenzie. Member clubs include Royal
with a 12:00 pm shotgun and is followed by casual dinner (on a Melbourne (AUS), Titirangi (NZ), Pasatiempo (USA), Claremont
chit signing basis) and prizes in the Clubhouse. (USA), Cypress Point (USA), Crystal Downs (USA), Alwoodley
(ENG), Lahinch (IRL), Jockey Club (ARG),Moortown (ENG),
The format for the event is one best ball of two, with both gross Meadow Club (USA), Greenhills (USA), Cork (IRL) and Valley
and net prizes being awarded. Members may enter as teams of Club (USA).
two or as individuals. With the weather usually adding to the
challenge of this event, the Iron Man is a test of golf that you will Each year member clubs gather for three days of golf and cama-
not want to miss. raderie at one of MacKenzie’s masterpieces. The event is a cele-
bration of Dr. MacKenzie’s work and is one of the most prestig-
To enter all Men’s events contact ious golf events in the world.
the Pro Shop at 204-888-8229
or by email [email protected]
Members may qualify for this event by playing in the scheduled
or by using the online event calendar at qualifying rounds or by becoming the club champion. Qualifying
is based on 18 holes of net stroke play. The qualifying dates are:
June 9th - 2:00 pm @ St. Charles Country Club (August 2017)
August 25th - 2:00 pm @ Alwoodley Golf Club and Moortown
Golf Club (August 2018) in Leeds, ENG.

Men’s Section Fixtur e Card At A Glance

May August

1st- Tupper Cup Qualifying Begins 11th - Night Golf
8th - Men’s Opening Golf Day - 2:00 pm Shotgun 14th - St. Charles Invitational Pro Am - 1:00 pm Shotgun
14th - Course Aeration - Course closed at 2:00 pm
18th - 20th - Club Championship Weekend
15th - Course Aeration - Course closed all day 25th - MacKenzie Qualifying -
28th - Captain’s Trophy Entries Close
28th - Tupper Cup Qualifying Ends Alwoodley & Moortown (Leeds, ENG)
28th - 30th - 2017 MacKenzie Gathering - St. Charles
1st - Tupper & Captain’s Trophy Begins
3rd - Waldon Trophy Begins 13th - Men’s Closing Golf Day - 1:00 pm Shotgun
18th & 19th - Course Aeration - Course closed
9th - MacKenzie Qualifying - St. Charles
12th - VIPOND - 1:00 pm Shotgun October

July 1st- Iron Man - 12:00 pm Shotgun

1st - Canada Day 4
7th - 9th - Hopwood Trophy
11th & 12th - Will to Win
15th& 16th - Senior Club Championship

21st - Sip & Swing

Women’s Golf Progr am

St. Charles Country Club proudly offers a variety of opportunities for all lady golfers from any level of experience to participate in
fun Game Days and friendly Tournaments. We have three ladies leagues and a host of instruction programs for you to
participate in. Tuesday is Ladies Day at St. Charles. We have a choice of 9 or 18 hole groups that play in the morning or you can
choose to play 9 or 18 holes with our late afternoon golfers, the Sundowner’s. You may choose a different group each week based
on your schedule and preference. Our women’s golf programs are here to provide events that all of our members enjoy and are
comfortable participating in. The programs and events offered are intended to suit our experienced golfers while creating an
environment that encourages our new golfers and players of all skill levels. Please feel free to contact the Pro Shop or any of the
committee members listed below if you require more information.

Tuesday Morning Ladies Opening Golf Day
18-Hole league
Tuesday May 9th – 10:00 am Shotgun start

Our Tuesday morning ladies league is open to all members of all Get your season started by playing in our Ladies Opening Golf
different skill levels. Each Tuesday participants will accumulate Day! Played in a Modified Scramble format, this event is a great
stableford points towards the year long Margaret Konantz points way to kick off the season with a fun team format. This event is
race. The individual with the most points at year end will be an opportunity to meet our new members and re-connect with
crowned the Margaret Konantz champion. The schedule also your fellow members you have not seen since last season! The
features one tournament day each month which ladies are highly event begins with a 10:00 am shotgun start. Winners announced
encouraged to participate in. Ladies day participants will be able at the luncheon that follows.
to sign up for tee times in two different time slots 8:00 am - 8:30
am or 9:30 am - 10:00 am. Birks & Fleming
Players must sign up in the ladies locker room by Saturday at 5:00
pm each week Tuesday, May 31st – Deadline for entries
Ladies Sports Captain – Wendy Koberstein 204-487-7495 This event offers participants a unique opportunity to try their
Assistant Sports Captain – Alex King 204-889-0164 hand at match play. The event runs from June through
September. This is an individual match-play competition
Tuesday Morning 9-Hole league consisting of two flights based on player’s current handicap.
Players are seeded randomly and are responsible for arranging
Our nine hole league is for our lady members who prefer to play their own matches according to the schedule posted in the Ladies
9 holes or if your schedule only allows for a two hour game. Locker room. Players can enter in the Ladies Locker Room.
The tee times are scheduled to start at 9:00 am each morning. Awards will be presented at the Closing Dinner.
Each week a new and fun format is played. The nine hole league
is intended for all ladies of all levels of experience from those St. Charles Ladies Foursomes
just getting started to our more accomplished players. Match Play Tournament

Tuesday May 31st – Entry Deadline

9-hole league Co-Chairs Find a partner and play as a team in this alternate shot match play
Penny Coleman – 204-467-8789 event! The St. C Foursomes provides our Lady Members an
Lorene Peters – 204-896-3364 opportunity to enjoy match play golf in a fun partnership format.

Sundowners' League This is a two person team match-play. Competition begins June
1st and is played thru to September when the final matches are
scheduled. Players are responsible for arranging their own
Our Sundowners' league is comprised of golfers who are new to matches and can sign up as teams or as individuals. Awards will
the game and experienced golfers of all skill levels. Each be presented at the closing cocktail reception.
evening participants play in a fun format that adds light
competition to a fantastic evening of golf. Play is usually
followed by a gathering in the Garden following golf! The Lady Captain Trophy
Sundowners play on Tuesday evenings throughout the season
starting at approximately 4:30 pm with 9 hole games beginning at Tuesday June 6th – 8:00 am shotgun start

approximately 6:30 pm. Ladies participating in this group can This team event is always one of the favorite’s amongst our lady
play either 9 or 18 holes and must sign up in the Pro Shop by golfers. The competition is a four person, two best net of four
2:00 pm the Saturday prior. stableford competition in which the Captains of each team are

Sundowners' Chair unveiled to participants the morning of the event. Tee times
Cindy East – 204-794-0142 begin with an 8:00 am shotgun start. The winning team will be
Sandra Sawka - 204-831-7241 honoured at the Closing dinner and awards presentation.


Women’s Golf Progr am

Pro-Lady Qualifier Grandmother’s Trophy(T)

Tuesday June 13th – Regular Tee Times Tuesday July 25th– regular tee times

Qualify for your opportunity to play with your Pro! The Pro The format of the event is 18 holes of stroke play using each
Lady is an annual event hosted by the PGA of Manitoba. Golf player’s full handicap with the low net scores being awarded the
clubs from around the province form a team of three ladies that Grandmother’s Trophy. Ladies will tee off during the regular
play with their Club professional to compete in a fun scramble tee times with either the 18ers or Sundowners. The trophy will
format. Ladies from St. Charles may participate in the qualifier be awarded at the Closing dinner.
either with the 18er’s or the Sundowners' on the designated
qualifying day. One player with the low net 18 hole score in
each of the three handicap division qualifies to play in the Pro Pr esident’s Cup(T)
Lady Provincial Championship usually scheduled in the summer
Tuesday August 8th– Presidents Cup–8:00 am Shotgun

months. Players qualifying will tee off during regular ladies day One of the premiere events of the season, this is a one day
tee times. (18-hole event) net stroke play tournament. The winner of the
President Cup is the player with the best net score. Runners up
Shirley Lush Cup – will be 2nd to 7th low net. A low gross prize will be given in each

New for 2017! division.

Tuesday May 30th – 8:30 Shotgun Start A fantastic luncheon follows golf where awards are presented

The Shirley Lush Cup takes place in the month of May from the golf competition. Golf attire is smart casual for lunch.
commemorating St. Charles golfing icon Shirley Lush. The event Women’s Introductory Program participants and Niners are
is a Solheim Cup style format. Ladies will sign up in pairs and be welcome to play 9 or 18 holes non-competitively and attend the
placed on one of two teams Captained by the Ladies President President’s Cup luncheon. Sundowners may compete if they
and Vice President, with members of the professional staff choose to play in the 8:00 am shotgun.

serving as co-captains. Night Golf

Players on each team will compete in three 6-hole match play Friday August 11th – Cocktails begin at 7:00 pm –
formats with a partner against another Twosome. The three Golf begins at dusk
formats are Scramble, Foursomes (Alternate Shot) and 4-Ball This event is definitely intended to be more social with a little
(Best Ball). Each 6-hole match is played for 1 point, totaling 3 golf mixed in! The evening will start with cocktails and music in
points available for each 18 hole match.

The team with the most points will be determined the Shirley the Garden. Golf will begin shortly after sunset with a shotgun
Lush Cup winner! start where all groups will play 6 holes of golf with torch lit
fairways. Following golf light snacks and music will continue in
the Garden through the evening.

St. Charles Ladies Invitational Club Championship Weekend(T)
Friday August 18th to Sunday August 20th
Monday June 19th – 11:00 am Shotgun start All flights are stroke play
Club Championship weekend is a celebration of golf at St. Charles
Our Ladies Invitational is one of the flagship events on our ladies open to all of our lady members. The championship flight plays
golf calendar. It is a spectacular day at St. Charles which three rounds beginning on the Friday, while all other flights play
includes golf, prizes and an incredible sit down dinner in the two rounds beginning on Saturday. The overall Club Champion
Verandah. It provides our members a great opportunity to is determined by their total gross score over 54 holes. Gross and
showcase the Club and golf course to their friends or family. It
will be a day they will enjoy and remember.

net winners of all other flights and the overall net winner are
This is a two-person net best ball competition with prizes being determined by their 36-hole score played Saturday and Sunday.
awarded to the teams with the lowest net scores. The event The event is intended for players of all levels to come and enjoy a
boasts a spectacular prize table. Players must have a current Golf great weekend at the Club! Awards are presented in the garden
Canada handicap index to play for prizes. Guests are welcome to following play.
play without an index, but are ineligible for golf prizes.
The day begins with an 11:00 am shotgun start, following golf is
a cocktail reception and dinner. Included in the registration fee is Senior Club Championship
a tee prize, golf, golf cart, hors d’oeuvres, dinner and two
Saturday August 19th and Sunday August 20th

glasses of wine. This portion of our Championship is for lady members age 50

The event supports a charity of choice each year. Entry forms for and over. It is two rounds of stroke play on Club Championship
this event are available in the Ladies Locker Room. weekend in August played on the Saturday and Sunday. This
event is flighted with both low gross and net scores being
Ladies Invitational Chair – Michelle Thompson 204-453-3528 awarded in each flight. An awards presentation will take place in
Assistant Chair – Anne Marie Grant 204-889-2455 the garden following the event and the flight winners will be

presented their awards at the closing cocktail reception.


Women’s Golf Progr am

Super Sr. Club Championship Ringerboard

SaturdayAugust 19th and Sunday August 20th The Ringerboard will begin the first day of scheduled play and
will conclude on the date posted on the board. It is based on
Same format as Senior Club Championship. Players must be 70 recording a player’s lowest score on each of the 27 holes through
years of age or older to qualify. the season. To post a score on the ringer board players must
have played a minimum 9 holes. All holes must have at least
Ladies Closing Golf Day & one score recorded to qualify. Prizes are presented to the winner
Closing Mixer of the low gross and runner up in each division at the Closing
Tuesday September 12th – Ladies Closing -10:00 am shotgun
Ladies AGM Meeting – 3:00 pm Iron Man

Ladies Closing Golf Day is traditionally held in middle to late Sunday October 1st – 12:00 pm shotgun start
September. Celebrate the golf season that was, with your fellow
lady members in an event with a simple and fun format. Ladies All members are welcome to enter this event and play St. Charles
will tee off at 10:00 am in a shotgun start. The format is a as tough as it gets. Tough pins and tees played at the tips, and
four person Team Scramble. then some, is the theme to this fun day of golf. The day begins
with a 12:00 pm shotgun and is followed by casual dinner (on a
The event will be followed by a cocktail reception that is open to chit signing basis) and prizes in the Clubhouse.
all participants and lady members who were unable to play in the
closing tournament. Yearly awards will be presented at the The format for the event is one best ball of two, with both gross
reception. and net prizes being awarded. Members may enter as teams of
two or as individuals. With the weather usually adding to the
G o l f M a n i t o b a L a d i e s “A” a n d challenge of this event, the Iron Man is a test of golf that you will
“B” Division Interclub not want to miss.

A four person team will represent St. Charles in an A side (to be
played at the end of August), and B side (to be played
mid-August) inter-club tournament. Sign up sheet will be in the
Ladies` locker room. Deadline will be posted on the sign up

Women’s Fixtur e Card a t a Glance

May August

9th - Ladies Opening Spring Mixer 1st - Open Day/MK Event
10:00 am Shotgun 8th- President’s Cup 8:00 am Shotgun

14th - Course Aeration - Course closed at 2:00 pm 11th - Night Golf
15th - Course Aeration - Course closed all day 15th - Open Day/MK Event
16th - Open Day/MK Event 18th - 20th– Club Championship
23rd - Ada MacKenzie /MK Event 22nd - Open Day/MK Event
30th– Shirley Lush Cup 8:30 am Shotgun
31st - Birk’s and Fleming/St. C Alternate Shot September
Entry Deadline
5th - Open Day/MK Event
June 12th - Ladies Closing 10:00 am Shotgun

6th - Lady Captain Trophy 12th - Ladies AGM Meeting 3:00 pm
8:00 am Shotgun 18th & 19th - Course Aeration - Course closed

13th - Pro Lady Qualifier/Open Day/MK Event October
19th - Ladies’ Invitational
20th - Open Day/MK Event 1st - Iron Man
27th - Open Day/MK Event


4th - Open Day/MK Event
11th - Open Day/MK Event
18th - Open Day/MK Event
25th– Grandmother’s Trophy/MK Event


Women’s Introduction to Golf Progr ams

Introduction to Golf

This package is offered with the intent of introducing the spouse, daughter or granddaughter of Shareholder members to St. Charles
and to spark their interest and enjoyment of the game of golf. As an all inclusive package, participants will be introduced to the game
in a non-intimidating and fun environment while learning basic golf skills and having access to the Club. It is hoped that the
exposure to this great game of golf and the spectacular environment at St. Charles you will then choose to become a full member of
the club.


Participants will receive 13 hours of group instruction - 4 hours will be on golf swing, 4 hours on short game and 3 hours on the golf
course. Please call the Pro Shop (204-888-8229) to register for one class from each of the following programs:

Swing Classes Mornings Wednesdays – May 3rd, 10th, 17th, 9:30 am - 10:30 am
24th & 31st June 7th, 14th & 21st
8 Weeks of Classes

Evenings Wednesdays – May 3rd, 10th, 17th, 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
24th & 31st June 7th, 14th & 21st

Rules & Etiquette Clinic Morning Monday, May 29th 9:30 am - 10:30 am
Monday, May 29th 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Evening 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
Tuesday, June 13th &
O n C o u r s e C l a s s e s Evenings Tuesday, June 20th

Open Review Session Morning Wednesday, June 28th 9:30 am - 10:30 am

Evening Wednesday June 28th 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

On-Course Activities

Participants will be taken out on the golf course by the Professional staff of St. Charles. It is time to learn how to “play” the great
game of golf! These sessions will be made up of a fun series of on-course golf activities where the ladies can apply their newly found
skills in a pressure-free environment. We have arranged for 2 on-course sessions. Each session is approximately 1.5 hours in
duration and will take place on June 6th and 20th from 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm.

Practice Facility Access

Participants also have use of all practice facilities through the entire golf season.

Six 9-Hole Rounds

As part of the package, all participants will receive six 9-hole games. These games can be played with fellow golfers in their
category, or with current members. Participants are able to play according to restricted member tee times. Five additional rounds
will be available with payment of green fees.

Private Lessons

Once participants have completed the group lessons, two complimentary private lessons are provided. Private lessons provide each
participant the opportunity to work on specific aspects of their swing. Please speak with any of our Professional Staff to schedule
your lessons.


Women’s Introduction to Golf Progr ams
Introduction to Golf Playing Program
$ 1 5 3 0 . 0 0 / Ye a r

This Program is intended for players starting in the game of golf who want more access to the course than the Introduction of Golf
program. This program also provides our Introduction to Golf participants another step prior to becoming a full member of the Club.
Access to all Club facilities is included, while also having access to all Women’s group and private instruction programs offered by
our professional staff.
Introduction to Golf Playing Program on course availability is as follows:
Saturday, Sunday & Holidays – after 4:00 pm
Monday before noon and after 4:00 pm
Tuesday to Thursday after 5:00 pm
Friday before 11:00 am and after 5:00 pm
Participants may enroll separately in the group lesson programs offered by the Pro Shop at an additional cost. Instruction is not
included in this program – Please contact the Pro Shop for all details on our instruction programs

 Women’s Group Clinics – 8 Weeks/hours of instruction - $200.00 per participant
 Women’s On Course Instruction—$20.00 per session - 90 minutes duration per class
 Group Instruction program schedule outlined on the previous Intro to Golf page
 Private lessons – can arranged directly through the Pro Shop.

The following Information pertains to both Programs:

Practice Facility, Locker and Club Storage Privileges

Participants in this program will have the range, putting green and the short game areas available to them for the entire season. This
will provide them with an opportunity to work on their games and achieve a level of skill that makes them comfortable on the
course. If required, a locker and club storage can be assigned.

Golf Equipment

The Pro Shop can offer a number of different options for beginner and intermediate golfers and provide a first class club fitting
experience, all at a very competitive price!

Opening Cocktail Party

Wednesday, May 3rd - 7:30 pm - Clubhouse
We encourage all program participants to join us at the Opening Cocktail Party. This is a great opportunity for you to get to know
your fellow participants as well as meet a few of our Ladies’ Section committee members as they will be on hand to welcome you to
the Club. Following completion of our final on-course class on Tuesday, June 20th, we would also like to invite participants to join
us for the YEAR END WIND-UP!

New program limitations

The Introduction to Golf Program is now limited to 5 years of participation (total of both tiers). This limitation began in the 2016
season and all prior years are grandfathered. Once program participants participate for a total 5 years (total of both programs) or
graduate to Associate Playing they are unable to move back into either introduction program

To enroll in these programs please contact
Jennie or Randy in Accounting at 204-889-4444.
Once enrolled, participants must contact the Pro Shop at 204-888-8229
to sign up for the classes that best suit their schedule.


Coaching & Training Programs

Golf is a fantastic game that provides the opportunity to Our coaching programs are for the player who wants to focus on
continually discover, learn and improve for as long as we play. the components of their game that will improve their ability to
Embracing the challenge golf provides by enjoying the process of score on the course.
learning and improvement can make for a truly rewarding experi- Our group programs offer an open, informative, active and fun
ence. learning environment. If our program schedule does not suit your
Your professional staff are here to coach, guide and encourage calendar, we can provide custom group programs to
you through the process of improvement. Our goal is to have all accommodate those who want to learn with their fellow golfers.
of our students increase their passion and enthusiasm for the Through our continued study and education we feel that our
game through improved performance. professional staff provides an outstanding coaching program that
Your professional staff utilizes their extensive base of education, suits all ages and levels of player, from those discovering the
knowledge and experience to simplify the learning process, game for the first time to highly competitive players.
providing feedback while using efficient teaching techniques and Please feel welcome to speak to any of your professionals about
exercises to accelerate your improvement. Working together, we your game and the programs we offer.
will guide you to discover your best swing, short game, and
putting stroke…not by fitting you into a “model”. Through the
process we want you to discover your natural ability and become
your own best coach.

Our private lessons provide the opportunity to spend time with
our professionals benefiting from their wealth of experience that
can assist you in improving a specific component of your game.
Our extensive training programs are designed to develop a specif-
ic skill and transfer that skill through the bag and onto the course.

I want to acquire information I want to acquire or improve I want to work together with a
that I can apply to my game on a certain skill set professional to determine the

best path for my long term

Private Training Private
Instruction Program Coaching

Private Instruction 3D Biofeedback Private Coaching Group Instruction
With K-Vest
40Min 1Hour 1.5Hour 5 Hr 8 Hr 2 Students 3 4+
Cory $80 $95 $135 1 Hour Cory $440 $700 Cory $75 $60 $55
Craig $70 $85 $125 $120 Craig $400 $635 Craig $65 $55 $50
Derrik $70 $80 $115 $110 Derrik $365 $580 Derrik $55 $50 $45
Kevin $65 $75 $105 $100 Kevin $340 $540 Kevin $50 $45 $40


Coaching & Training Programs

A training program begins with an initial skill set analysis. The initial analysis includes a physical screen and collecting data from;
V1 Pro, BodiTrak and K-Vest. After reviewing the data your coach will recommend a program that suits your individual goals.
Training programs are anywhere from 4 to 10 weeks in duration and include; a 1 hour weekly coaching session,
a guided practice plan and exit testing.

Basic This program will provide you a complete understanding of the basic fundamentals and how to
Fundamentals practice them to give yourself the best opportunity to play consistent golf.

4 or 8 Weeks

Solid Improve your impact position, distance control and ball speed. You will gain an understanding
Contact into the key factors for making consistent solid contact with the golf ball.

6 or 10 Weeks

Shot Learn to work the ball effectively in both directions.
Shaper Players will acquire the skill to control trajectory and curvature.

6 or 10 Weeks

Short Develop your skills around the greens that save you strokes. Short game skill development and
Game proper practice techniques to help simulate on course situations.

6 or 10 Weeks

Power Hit it farther by understanding how to increase speed and optimize your distance. Develop your
Golf skill set to carry the ball further through speed and efficiency.

6 or 10 Weeks

Training Program Cost All training programs start with a Skill Set Analysis. Working with your
coach this will determine your Key Performance Indicator, or skill you will
4 Week 6 Week 10 Week
Cory $665 $855 $1,235 work towards improving. Over the first phase of the program you will
Craig $595 $765 $1,105 understand the necessary changes to improve your KPI and acquire the skill in
Derrik $560 $720 $1,040 a closed environment. Once it is determined the skill is acquired, phase 2 of
Kevin $525 $675 $975
the training program will focus on the transfer of the skill to other clubs in
your bag while implementing proper practice techniques
for transfer onto the course.
*Program length may vary for each golfer*

Skill Set Analysis Only - $150

Junior Coaching Rates

Junior coaching sessions will incorporate proper practice techniques, mental strategies, stat tracking,
and more for full game development. TPI fitness programs are also available at reduced junior rates.

Individual Lessons Coaching Packages Group Rates

40Min 1Hour 1.5Hour 5 Hr 8 Hr 2 Students 3 4+
Cory $50 $65 $100 Cory $300 $470 Cory $35 $30 $25
Craig $45 $60 $90 Craig $275 $430
Derrik $45 $60 $90 Derrik $275 $430 Craig $35 $30 $25
Kevin $45 $60 $90 Kevin $275 $430
Derrik $35 $30 $25
Kevin $35 $30 $25


Training Programs

 Titleist Performance Institute Physical Screen & Swing Analysis $150
(TPI) is the world’s leading
educational organization and Physical Screen Only $100
research facility dedicated to
the study of how the human TPI Certified Professionals:
body functions in relation to Cory Kartusch - Level 3 Golf Profession-
the golf swing. al & Level 2 Junior Coach
Craig Strand - Level 1 Golf Professional
Derrik Goodwin. - Level 1 Golf Profes-
Kate MacKenzie - TPI Fitness Profession-
Gord MacInnes - TPI Medical Profes-

* All physical screens are accompanied
by a guided online training program

Aimpoint will take one variable out of putting, allowing you to make a confident
stroke. After this clinic you will have the tools to become an expert green reader.
During the clinic you will learn; how to accurately identify slope, how slope direction
and grade effect break, how to determine the precise amount of break for putts, how to
handle multiple slopes and how to manage speed control.
Aimpoint Certified Instructor - Cory Kartusch
Private & Group Instruction Cost - $150

Private Practice Rates & Reservations

With Technology New for 2017
Access to Launch Monitor
30 Minutes - $25.00 We are proud to announce the addition of the K
1 Hour - $35.00 -Vest 6dof motion capture system. K-Vest is a
10 Hours - $300.00
wearable system that measures human movements

that is not possible with cameras or the naked eye.

**Complimentary practice time is
available without the use of technology

Studio use for practice time is on a first come first serve basis. Lessons and fittings take priority in
the Performance Center. The daily schedule is available inside the Center.

*We recommend spending time with one of your professional staff in order to understand the operating
procedures of the technology*


St. Charles Custom Club Fitting

The St. Charles Performance Center is the perfect place for you to get fitted for all 14 clubs in your bag. Properly fit golf equipment
will play a significant role in the development of your swing and enhance your performance on the golf course. Utilizing the best
technology in the industry through our fitting process gives us the ability to find the best clubs for your game, without bias to a
particular brand. Fitting and instruction work together; our experience in both give you the opportunity to go through the most
comprehensive fitting program in the province.
We are fortunate to be the regional fitting center for Titleist, while additionally being the primary fitters in Winnipeg for Cobra,
Callaway, Mizuno and TaylorMade. This provides us considerably more options in shafts and heads than other club fitters, making
our program the most comprehensive fitting program of any Club on the prairies. Your entire bag can be fit, from driver to wedges.
Putter fitting is as important as fitting the other 13 clubs in your bag...and we do that as well. St. Charles is one of three EDEL putter
fitters in Canada. The EDEL system uses various putter styles and offset types to find the putter that you aim best. We measure loft,
head weight, shaft flex and counterbalancing to optimize speed control. Optimizing aim and speed control will result in more putts
dropping in the hole. Edel provides our members with a tour level putter fitting experience!

To book a fitting or for more information please contact any of your professional staff.
Please feel welcome to talk to any of our staff for further details on our fitting programs.

Fitting Days Schedule

Weekends Weekdays

*11:00am to 3:00pm* *4:00pm to 7:00pm*

Saturday, April 15th Wednesday, April 19th
Sunday, April 16th Thursday, April 27th
Saturday, April 22nd
Sunday, April 23rd Tuesday, May 2nd
Saturday, May 6th Thursday, May 11th
Saturday, May 13th Tuesday, May 16th
Saturday, May 20th Thursday, May 25th
Sunday, May 21st Tuesday, May 30th
Saturday, May 27th Thursday, June 8th
Saturday, June 3rd (Demo Day) Tuesday, June 13th
Sunday, June 4th Thursday, June 22nd
Saturday, June 10th Thursday, June 29th
Saturday, June 17th
Saturday, June 24th
Sunday, June 25th

We are committed to providing the best custom fitting experience to our members!
Please contact the Pro Shop at 204-888-8229 to book your appointment.


Women's only Instruction Programs

*All programs are open to all members, introduction to golf participants,
non-member spouses and immediate family members*

Women’s Group Private Instruction
Short Game Classes
40 Min 1 Hr 1.5 Hrs
May 3rd, 10th, 17th& 24th $135
Group instruction for lady members of all playing levels. Choose Cory $80 $95 $115
the class that is right for you. Lessons will focus on swing Craig $70 $85 $105
fundamentals and efficient practice exercises. Derrik $70 $80
Kevin $65 $75

Wednesday mornings 9:30 am - 10:30 am Coaching Packages
Wednesday evenings 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Cost- $100.00 per Student This package has been designed for the golfer who wants to plan
a program for the entire season with their instructor. Our
Women’s Group Swing Classes professional staff will provide you instruction through the season
customized to your specific needs.
May 31st, June 7th, 14th & 21st Packages can be for any amount of time and can include on-
This class is being offered as an extension of the Swing Class. course instruction, TPI fitness programs, short game, full swing,
All ladies are welcome! putting and more.

Wednesday Mornings 9:30 am - 10:30 am Cory 3 Hrs 5 Hrs 8 Hrs
Wednesday evenings 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm $270 $440 $700

Cost- $100.00/ Student Craig $240 $400 $635
Derrik $225 $365 $580
Kevin $210 $340 $540
Lesson Wrap up and Q&A
Wednesday June 28th @ 9:30 am & 6:00 pm

Join your instructors for an open review session. Our staff will be C u s t o m G r o u p L e s s o n s
on hand to address your questions one on one.
Our professional staff offer you the opportunity to create your
own group lesson experience.
On Course Rules & Etiquette Seminar Based on your schedule our staff will deign a custom group
lesson program for 2 to 12 golfers. The content of each program
Monday, May 29th - Morning 9:30 am to 10:30 am or will be based on the groups experience level and areas of the
Evening 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm

In this seminar we will cover the main rules and etiquette for game they want to improve.

golfers who are new to the game or for those who are looking to Instruction can include full swing, pitching, chipping, putting,
expand their knowledge of the rules. This class is meant to be course management and coaching to specifically target the needs
very interactive as we welcome any and all questions that you of the group.
may have.

On Course Instruction Groups can be comprised of all ladies, or can have a mix of men,
women and juniors!

Learn how to take your skills to the course. Playing lessons are a If our scheduled programs do not suit your schedule please talk to
great way to learn how to manage your game on the course and one of our professional staff.
create lower scores!
*This course is approximately 90 minutes long.

Cory $160
Craig $140
Derrik $120
Kevin $110


St. Charles Professional Staff

Cory Kartusch Derrik Goodwin

Head Golf Professional Assistant Golf Professional

[email protected] [email protected]

Cory has been teaching golf for over 20 years. Through the years This will be Derrik’s 6th year as a PGA of Canada Professional
he has coached golfers who are new to the game to players who and 8th season at St. Charles. Over his career, Derrik has
have competed on a national level and in NCAA competition. expanded his knowledge of the golf swing by gaining his level 1
Continually striving to learn more about Coaching and swing certification with the Titleist Performance Institute, is a certified
techniques, Cory has become a Level 3 Golf Professional and 5 Simple Keys (5SK) instructor, attending seminars such as
Junior Level 2 Coach through the Titleist Performance Institute Vision 54, the 2014 World Golf Fitness Summit and is a member
(TPI). He is a certified Golf Machine Instructor, and has studied of The Proponent-Group. Derrik has also spent time learning
and been certified under the 5 Simple Keys (5SK). Cory has also from coaches such as Chuck Cook, Andrew Rice, Pia Nilsson,
studied and worked personally with Pia Nilsson and Lyn Marriot Lynn Marriott, Stan Utley and Laim Mucklow. Derrik’s playing
(Vision 54), Fred Shoemaker of Extraordinary Golf, Paul ability has been demonstrated through his Canadian college golf
Dewland, Andrew Rice, Mark Evershed and David Wedzik career and most recently, he won the 2016 PGA of Manitoba
among many others. Cory currently sits on the advisory board for Player of the Year award. His passion for coaching is displayed
BodiTrak, The Golf Lab and is a Titleist Leadership Advisory through his desire to continually learn and improve himself. His
staff member. Cory is also a member of the Proponent Group, goal as a coach is to have his students recognize the importance
which facilitates seminars and continuing education of proper fundamentals while maintaining a level of fitness that
programs for the Top Instructors in North America. will allow them to play golf at their highest potential for an
extended period of time. Derrik enjoys working with golfers of
all skill levels and has a passion for helping everyone truly enjoy
Craig Strand the game of golf.

Associate Professional

[email protected]

Craig, in his 15th season with St. Charles, has been in the golf Kevin Giesbrecht
industry for 18 years and has been teaching for 9 years. Craig Assistant Golf Professional
believes that to be a great teacher you must have extensive
knowledge of the golf swing and be able to communicate it in a [email protected]
way that every student will learn from it. In his search for
understanding the swing mechanics he has attended many Kevin is starting his 6th year as a Golf Professional at St. Charles
education seminars from the PGA of Manitoba with speakers Country Club. He first took up the game in Carman, Manitoba
ranging from Paul Dewland, Mark Evershed, Chuck Hogan, when his father showed him how to swing a club at the tender
Chuck Cook, Pia Nilsson and Lynn Marriott. He has also age of 2.
completed 4 levels of the Teaching and Coaching Certification
Program through the PGA of Canada. Craig has also gone Throughout his time as a Golf Professional Kevin has shown
further in his quest and has become a TPI level 1 Certified great interested in all facets of the golf industry. His hard work
Instructor as well as a Golf Machine Certified Instructor. Most paid off in 2015 when he was awarded Manitoba Assistant Golf
recently, he attended Extraordinary Golf for a 3 day coaching Professional of the Year.
seminar and spent 4 days with Liam Mucklow training to
become a Golf Lab certified instructor. Showing a strong passion for teaching and coaching. Kevin has
taught golfers of all abilities and is very passionate about his
student’s success. He is active in self-education attending
coaching camps with world-renowned instructors Andrew Rice,
Chuck Cook, Liam Mucklow and Paul Dewland. Although is
knowledge of the golf swing is growing day by day he strives to
keep his teaching methods simple for all levels of golfers.
An accomplished golfer himself, Kevin has won multiple golf
tournaments at the junior, amateur, and professional level. His
success on the golf course led him to receiving a full scholarship
to play college golf at Paris Junior College in Texas. While at
Paris, Kevin was able to win 4 individual titles as well as first
team All American. Some of his other playing accomplishments
include winning The Canadian Optimist Championship in 2008,
3 straight Manitoba Junior Provincial Championships and several
PGA of Manitoba events. Kevin strongly believes that to become
a better golfer you must believe in yourself and trust your ability
to perform under pressure.


Junior Golf Program

O ur junior program is designed to provide all ages and skill levels the opportunity to learn and enjoy the game of golf now and
for a lifetime. Juniors can start in our instruction programs as early as age 5 and become members at age 9. We truly believe
that golf can become one of a child’s primary sports. It is a sport that challenges them athletically, while providing an environment
nurturing life skills such as honesty, integrity, responsibility, confidence and sportsmanship.
Our instruction program provides an avenue for beginning players to take their early footsteps into the game and extends all the way
to players who have competitive ambitions locally, provincially and nationally. Our golf events provide our juniors the opportunity
to play in individual and team competitions, while also providing fun events where score is the last thing that matters! In fact, if you
participate in all of our scheduled golf events you will have played over 40 games of golf without ever booking a tee time!
The junior program is an important component to the family atmosphere at St. Charles. We want all of our members to feel welcome
to bring their children to the club and learn the game of golf. Golf is one of the only sports where you can play with your children
and not just watch your children play. Please feel welcome to contact any of our professional staff for more information on our
Junior golf and instruction programs.

Junior Spring Orientation St. Charles Junior Match Play
Sunday April 16th – 11:00 am in the Veranda
June 24th & 25th
All juniors and parents are encouraged to attend our junior
program orientation. The day is hosted by our professional staff
and will provide an outline to our golf and instruction programs Test your match Play skills with the St. Charles Junior Match
for the season. Spring orientation is a great opportunity to Play Championship. This event is open to both boys and girls
connect with your fellow juniors and plan your season of golf at with a valid handicap. Juniors will compete in 18-hole matches
St. Charles. The event begins at 11:00 am and is followed by a using 75% of their handicap. Boys will play different according
free pizza lunch! to age and girls will play from the red tees.

Saturday Junior Sweeps
Junior Fun Night! Saturday May 6th– First day of sweeps – 12:30 pm tee times

Friday May 26th – 5:15 pm start Every Saturday at 12:30 pm beginning in May, Junior Sweeps is

Junior fun night is an evening for all of our junior members to get played competing in our Junior Order of Merit points race!
together following their lesson for a BBQ on the putting green Saturday sweeps offers our juniors a regular game with their
and get to know their fellow junior members! Our professional fellow junior members each weekend without making a tee time!
staff put on their chef’s hat and take over the BBQ! Fun putting The season long point’s race is an event for all juniors with great
and short game contests plus more make this a great evening at prizes at the end of the year! The race is based on playing a
St. Charles. select amount of weekends so you do not have to play each week
to participate.

Junior Ryder Cup Play one Saturday or play them all…all juniors are welcome at
May 27thand 28th – 12:30 pm tee times
Saturday Sweeps! Sign-up sheets for Junior Sweeps will be
posted throughout the week in the Pro Shop.
An event that debuted in 2012, the Junior Ryder Cup was
instantly one of our most popular events! This is a Ryder Cup
style event where the junior captains choose teams to play head Future Links National Skills
to head over the weekend. Prior to the opening round on Challenge/Big Break
Saturday, teams are selected at a pre-game lunch. The Ryder cup Sunday June 4th & Sunday July 9th - 1:00 pm start
is 36 holes of golf with 18 holes played on Saturday and Sunday.
This is a can’t miss event!
Future Links Skills Competition at St. Charles is a competition
based on measuring all aspects of your golf game from driving,
iron play, short game & putting. Juniors are able to enter their
scores on the national website to obtain ranking points!
Additionally, St. Charles will also have Big Break competitions
to add to the fun! The Junior who has the highest 1 day point
total will be crowned the Junior Big Break Champion! Don’t
miss this fun golf skills challenge!


Junior Golf Program

Junior Interclub Tour Junior Closing Golf Awards
Dates and times to be announced Sunday, September 10th - 1:00 pm start, dinner: 6:00 pm
The Manitoba Junior Interclub Tour was created to allow juniors All juniors are welcome to attend our closing golf day and
from different clubs across the city to compete against each other awards dinner. Golf is played in a fun format for all Juniors,
in a friendly, competitive environment and to meet other junior followed by dinner in the Clubhouse. Our annual awards are
golfers from around the city. The team atmosphere creates great handed out for order of merit, club championship, draw prizes
camaraderie between your Club’s junior members while playing and more!
together for a common goal. The Junior Interclub matches run Golf begins at approximately 1:00 with dinner to follow at 6pm.
throughout the summer and points accumulate each event played
until the champion is crowned at the finals in late August.

Sponsored Junior ProgramQualifying for the interclub events take place during Saturday
Sweeps. Sign up for select Saturday Sweeps in the Pro Shop to
qualify! After considerable review by both the Play & Rules and
Membership Committees, a recommendation was made to, and
approved by, the Board of Governors that St. Charles Country
Manitoba PGA Pro Junior Club should establish a Sponsored Junior Program. Similar
programs have been successful at other private golf clubs in
Qualifying – Saturday, June 3rd – 12:30 pm Winnipeg and across Canada.
Three juniors qualify to play on a team with one of our
professional staff in this provincial event. Hosted at a club in
Winnipeg, juniors will compete against clubs from around the The introduction of this program has two primary objectives. The
province. Juniors must qualify on the specified date prior to the first objective would be to help increase the population of active
event. The three juniors with the lowest net qualifying score are junior members at the Club. The second objective is to support
chosen to play with their pro in this great day of golf. our effort to grow the game by allowing those without access to

Junior Play Days the Club an opportunity to play and learn the game at one of the
best facilities in the country.

July - Friday the 7th, 14th, 21st & 28th The Sponsored Junior Program will provide an opportunity for
August – Friday the 4th, 11th & 25th more playing partners for our member’s children, thereby
10:00 am Tee Times strengthening our current junior program participation, bolstering
Junior Play days are scheduled each week in July and August on our player development programs and potentially enhancing our
Fridays and start with 10:00 am tee times. Play Days are for all future membership numbers.
levels of junior golfers. Our professional staff has created a
schedule of fun golf formats that change each week. Following
play, lunch is provided for all players! Juniors can enter in the Fees & Restrictions:
Pro Shop.  Age 12 to 14 - $540.00 plus GST

Age 15 to 18 - $845.00 plus GST

Junior Club Championship  Note: Dues are payable by April 1st and have
been set with a small premium over regular
August 18thto 20th Junior dues.
The junior club championship is our biggest event of the year.
Juniors of all skill levels are encouraged to play in this three  Playing privileges according to junior member restrictions
round stroke play competition. Players are flighted according to  Practice facility and club storage are included
age with gross and net awards in each flight. The championship  Locker for age 15 to 18 participants

concludes with play on Sunday morning and our awards  Sponsored Juniors are welcome to play in all junior club
ceremony in the Garden following play. competitions and organized activities

Club Championship Shootout  Participants will not have guest privileges
 Sponsored Juniors will be required to meet participation
criteria in order to continue in the program
Saturday, August 19th– 4:00 pm start  Program is limited to 30 Sponsored Juniors with a balance

The Club Championship also includes another can’t miss event as between male and female participants
our Junior Shootout is played late Saturday afternoon. This is a Participants must be sponsored by a St. Charles Shareholder
member who will assume responsibility for the Sponsored
popular event where juniors make up teams of two and play Junior member
alternate shot in an elimination format. Ten teams tee off on the
first hole with one team being eliminated each hole until we find  Membership will cease at age 19
a winner. The drama is high and laughs are in the thousands!
 The Sponsored Junior Program will be re- evaluated annually

*For Application Forms
Contact Assistant Golf Professional - Derrik Goodwin

[email protected]


Family Tee program

As part of our Junior Program, St. Charles is proud to offer a Family Tee program to our membership. The Family Tee program is
designed to encourage our members to introduce their children to the game of golf. This program provides a golf course set up based
on how far our young golfers can hit a golf ball. The course has BLUE and GOLD tees (plates) set into the fairway much like our
150 yard markers. Juniors starting at age 5 and up to age 12 should play these tees based on their skill level.
As part of this program, children of members aged 5 to 8 are now able to use the practice facilities and golf course when
accompanied by their parent. We ask that parents please observe the practice facility and golf course access restrictions as listed

Practice Facility Permissions – Putting Green, Short game and Driving Range
Weekdays – before 11:00 am and after 6:00 pm
Weekends & Holidays – After 3:00 pm

Golf Course Usage
Weekdays after 5:30 pm
Weekends and Holidays after 4:30 pm
Must be accompanied by a parent at all times
Must keep up with the pace of play and always let faster groups play through

Club Dress Code applies. All children must be accompanied by their parent at all times.
Scorecards for Family Tees will be available in the Pro Shop. Parents will want to use directions to the tee areas until you are
familiar with the locations of the markers on the course.
We are excited about providing the opportunity for our members with young families another component in which to introduce their
children to the game! Please feel free to speak to any of our professional staff regarding this program.

Junior Fixture Card At A Glance

April July

15th - Junior Golf Program Orientation 8th, 15th, 22nd, 29th - Junior Sweeps / Order of Merit
26th - Junior Performance Training 4th, 11th, 18th- Little Swingers Summer Series
7th, 14th, 21st & 28th - Junior Play Day
May 9th - Junior Big Break (Skills Challenge #2)
10th, 11th, 12th, 13th, 31st - Junior Golf Camp
3rd, 10th, 17th, 24th, 31st - Junior Performance Training
4th, 11th, 18th & 25th - Learn to Play Advanced 5th, 12th, 19th, 26th - Junior Performance Training
5th, 12th, 19th, 26th- Learn to Play Lessons 8th, 15th, 22nd, 29th - Performance Training Practice

6th, 13th, 20th, 27th - Junior Sweeps / Order of Merit August
26th - Junior Fun Night
1st, 2nd, 3rd - Junior Golf Camp
27th & 28th - Junior Ryder Cup Weekend 1st, 8th, 15th - Little Swingers Summer Series
6th, 13th, 20th, 27th - Performance Training Practice
4th, 11th, 25th - Junior Play Day
June 5th, 12th, 26th- Junior Sweeps / Order of Merit

7th, 14th, 21st, 28th - Junior Performance Training 2nd, 9th, 16th - Junior Performance Training
1st, 8th - Learn to Play Advanced 18th, 19th, 20th - Club Championship Weekend

2nd, 9th, 16th, 23rd - Learn to Play Lessons 26th - Performance Training Wind-up
3rd, 10th, 17th - Junior Sweeps / Order of Merit 5th, 12th - Performance Training Practice

4th - Future Links Skills Challenge September
3rd, 10th, 17th, 24th - Performance Training Practice
10th - Junior Closing Golf & Awards
24th, 25th - Junior Match Play


St. Charles Junior Coaching Programs

Private Coaching Programs Junior Group Programs

Ages 6 - 18 Active Start - “Little Swinger” Level 1 (Ages 5 to 6)
One on One Coaching for Junior Golfers
Development of movement and athletic skill required for golf
Our professional staff can provide instruction for juniors just - Active play developing balance, stability, mobility,
getting introduced to the game up to players looking to compete
on a local, provincial or national level. Private instruction can be strength and awareness.
as simple as taking a few lessons to introduce a few concepts to - Fun activities to develop agility and core strength such
improve your swing or to build a comprehensive program for the
competitive player. as jumping, throwing and catching
- Professional instruction on golf specific swing skills and
Private coaching programs offer:
- A program built to your specific needs as a player with short game
Time: 5:15 pm - 6:15 pm
your professional Dates: May 5th, 12th, 19th & 26th
- Use of video, Launch Monitor, Boditrack and other
June 2nd, 9th, 16th & 23rd
technology when required Cost: $ 90.00 - Members
- Full Swing, Pitching, Chipping and Putting instruction
- Effective and fun ways to practice with plans supplied $125.00 - Non-Members
- On Course Instruction-course management, club
Fundamentals - “Little Swingers” - Level 2
selection, pre shot routines (Ages 7 to 9)
- Statistical tracking through
- Mental assessment through the D.I.S.C. profile system Development of Specific golf skills and FMS
- Increased focus/instruction on golf specific swing skills
Private programs provide the opportunity for our professionals to
develop an understanding of your game, learning traits and goals and short game
to provide simple and efficient golf instruction to improve your - Variety of golf specific games, practice and golf
performance on the course.
exercises to develop golf skills
Instructor Rates - Active play developing balance, stability, mobility,

Cory Kartusch - Head Professional strength and awareness
$50/40min - $65/hr Time: 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
[email protected] Dates: May 5th, 12th, 19th & 26th
Craig Strand - Associate Professional
$45/40mins - $60.00/hr June 2nd, 9th, & 16th & 23rd
[email protected] Cost: $ 90.00 - Members
Derrik Goodwin - Assistant Professional
$45/40 min - $60 / hr $125.00 - Non-Members
[email protected]
Kevin Giesbrecht - Assistant Professional Learn to Play - Level 3/4 (Ages 9 to 12)
$45 / 40 min - $60 / hr
[email protected] Golf Skill Development
- Golf swing basics - pre swing fundamentals, iron and
Custom Group Programs
driver play
Ages 6 - 18 - Short game - chipping, pitching and bunker play
- Putting - stroke development, break reading and speed
We are offering this program for our Juniors who’s schedules
will not allow them to participate in the following list of group control
programs. - Introduction to effective practice techniques
Group lessons to accommodate your schedule Time: 5:15 pm - 6:15 pm
- Program content specifically designed around the skill Dates: May 5th, 12th, 19th & 26th

level of the participants June 2nd, 9th & 16th & 23rd
- Accommodate groups of 3 or larger Cost: $ 90.00 - Members
- Inspired practice through group games and exercises
*Rates will be based on the number of participants and the $125.00 - Non-Members
number of lessons. * Juniors will be broken into groups based on age/skill


St. Charles Junior Coaching Programs

Junior Group Programs Contd. Performance Training Level 1
(Ages 9 to 16)
Train to Play - Level 4/5 (ages 13 to 17)
Junior readying for Competition or wanting season long coaching
Golf skill development and training - 17 group sessions with a focus on developing the golfer’s
- Fundamentals review, swing technique and development, complete skill set
shot making skills - 6 private lessons with the instructor of their choice
- Enhanced short game skills - wedge play, chipping and - 2 on course coaching sessions
specialty shots - Swing development and shot making skills
- Putting skills - stroke development, speed and break reading - Advanced short game skills, specialty shots and practice
- Proper practice routines and course management techniques
- Introduction to golf fitness - Titleist Performance Institute - Advanced putting development through stroke, green reading
and speed
Time: 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm - Season end tournament wind-up at Boston Pizza
Dates: May 5th, 12th, 19th & 26th - 14 Group Practice Sessions
- Pre and Post Season Testing
June 2nd, 9th, 16th & 23rd
Cost: $ 90.00 - Members Time: 6:00 pm 7:00 pm

$125.00 - Non-Members Group Instruction Dates: Group Practice Dates:
* Juniors will be broken into groups based on age/skill Dates: April 26th, May 6th, 13th, 20th & 27th
May 3rd, 10th, 17th, 24th June 3rd, 10th, 17th & 24th
“Little Swingers” - Summer Series June 7th,14th, 21st , 28th July 8th, 15th, 22nd & 29th
(Ages 6 to 9) July 28th August 5th & 12th
August 2nd, 9th, 16th
Continuance of our Spring Program Windup Saturday, August 26th

Time: 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm Cost: $ 499.00 - 23 hours of guided practice

Dates: July 4th, 11th, & 18th Performance Training Level 2
August 1st, 8th, & 15th (ages 14 to 20)

Cost: $ 90.00 - Members Junior player competing and specializing in golf`
$125.00 - Non-Members “A player focused program that considers each student’s
individual goals to assist them with the best possible
Junior Golf Camps (ages 9 to 16) development of their game”

Golf Skill Development - 17 group sessions with a focus on developing the golfer’s
- Learn key swing fundamentals through active play and complete skill set
- On course play and instruction - 6 private lessons with the instructor of their choice
- Short game development through fun and challenging games - 2 on course coaching sessions
- Putting fundamentals - Stroke, break reading and speed - Fitness evaluation and program through Titleist
- Games and activities to promote golf skills and FMS Performance Institute ($100 value)
- Lunch is included each day - Swing development through proper practice and coaches’

Time: 9:00 am - 3:00 pm feedback
Dates: July 10th, 11th, 12th & 13th - Short game development through competition and testing
- Putting development through advanced break reading and
July 31st, August 1st, 2nd& 3rd
practice techniques
- Pre shot routines and transfer from practice to play
- Goal setting and tracking
- Course management and preparation for competition
- 14 group practice sessions
- Pre and Post Season Testing

Cost: $ 400.00 Time: 6:00 pm 7:00 pm
Group Instruction Dates:
April 26th Group Practice Dates:
May 3rd, 10th, 17th & 24th May 6th, 13th, 20th & 27th
June 7th, 14th, 21st & 28th June 3rd, 10th, 17th & 24th
July 5th, 12th, 19th & 26th July 8th, 15th, 22nd & 29th
August 2nd, 9th & 16th August 5th & 12th
Saturday, August 26th- Wind-up

Cost: $ 499.00


2017 Junior Group Coaching Programs

Junior Golfer Age


Email Address

**providing your email will allow us to directly communicate information regarding program changes,
cancellations, junior program updates and further lesson program information.

Lesson Programs

Please refer to our Junior Program Coaching information sheet or contact your
professional staff for further details on all of our programs

Fee Date Time X

Active Start (Little Swingers level 1) $90 - Member May 5, 12, 19, 26; 5:15pm - 6:15pm
Fundamentals (level 2) $125 Non member June 2, 9, 16, 23 6:30pm - 7:30pm
Learn to Play (Level 3/4) May 5, 12, 19, 26; 5:15pm - 6:15pm
Train to Play (level 4/5) $90 - Member June 2, 9, 16, 23 6:30pm - 7:30pm
Learn to Play ADVANCED $125 Non member May 5, 12, 19, 26; 6:00pm - 7:00pm
Little Swingers Summer Series June 2, 9, 16, 23 5:30pm - 6:30pm
$90 - Member May 5, 12, 19, 26;
$125 Non member June 2, 9, 16, 23
May 4, 11, 18, 25;
$90 - Member
$125 Non member June 1, 8
July 4, 11, 18;
$50 (Spring August 1, 8, 15
$90 - Member
$125 Non member

Junior Golf Camp (July 10-13) $400.00 July 10, 11, 12, 13 9:00am - 4:00pm
Junior Golf Camp (July 31 - Aug 3) $400.00
Junior Performance Training** $499.00 July 31 9:00am - 4:00pm
August 1, 2, 3
See Program info Wed. @ 6:00 p.m. Sat.
sheet for all details @ 9:30am

**Junior Performance Training - Please see program information for all details and dates

** Junior Instruction programs are open to junior members, members children and grandchildren
**Custom group programs and private instruction at junior rates are available if the above programs
do not suit your schedule

Junior Signature

Parent/Guardian Acct#

Please scan and email form back to [email protected]

*If your child has any food allergies or medical conditions we need to be aware of please let us know

St. Charles Pro Shop - 204-888-8229


Club Policies and Playing Restrictions


For Reservations to club events One (1) long blast of the Air Horn means all
Please call 204-889-4444 players MUST leave the course.
Or email: [email protected] Two (2) short blasts of the Air Horn means it is
Or login to the website and use the online calendar of events. safe to return to the course.


All Shareholder members subject to the food assessment, please Members must park their cars in the parking lot North of the
note that you have until September 30th for Food purchases to be Clubhouse. Temporary parking (five minutes only) is provided
applied. Your food assessment balance appears at the bottom of near the Pro Shop to accommodate members picking up or
your statement, if one applies. The food assessment period began returning clubs to the Pro Shop. Parking is prohibited in the
October 1st, 2016 and ends September 30th, 2017, at which time driveway around the putting green and in front of the Clubhouse.
any unused balance will be charged to your account.


Smoking is not permitted in the Clubhouse, Pro Shop,
Maintenance Building and surrounding areas.


Cell phones shall not ring on Club property. They are to be
turned off or set in the vibrate or silent mode. Outgoing and
incoming calls are to be handled in a discreet manner and in
remote areas so that other members are not affected. The use of
cell phones for voice calls is not permitted anywhere in the
following areas; the main floor of the Clubhouse, in the garden,
on the practice range, or in the area of the practice putting green.
Photography by cell phones is prohibited in the club’s locker
rooms. Members are required to ensure that their guests comply
fully with this policy. It is intended that common sense prevail,
so that our members can continue to enjoy the surroundings of St.
Charles Country Club to the fullest extent possible.

Restricted Members may not tee off as follows:
HOURS OF OPERATION Saturdays before 10:30 am
Sundays and Holidays before 9:00 am
Throughout the golf season, the Pro Shop operates during the Tuesday - Thursday between 1:00 pm & 4:00 pm
following hours:

Monday to Friday 7:00 a.m. to sundown Intermediates between 1:00 pm & 4:00 pm
Saturday and Sunday 6.30 a.m. to sundown Tuesday - Thursday

During the off season: Juniors
November & December Weekends & Holidays
Monday, Friday & Saturday 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 pm Monday and Friday prior to 12:30 pm
Tuesday to Thursday 9.00 a.m. to 8:30 pm Tuesday - Thursday between 1:00 pm & 4:00 pm
Sunday 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 pm between 12:30 pm & 4:30 pm

January, February and March
Monday & Friday 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 pm
Tuesday to Thursday 9.00 a.m. to 8:30 pm
Saturday 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 pm


Reciprocal Privileges

St. Charles Country Club is pleased to announce an outstanding membership benefit which will provide Club members with the
ability to golf at a number of private country clubs across Canada without the necessity of a green fee.

In the past, an unofficial reciprocal play agreement existed among the private golf clubs of Canada, whereby, a tee time could usually
be set up with the payment of a green fee. This practice will continue for the vast majority of Clubs.

The following Clubs have agreed to, on a limited basis, provide golfing members of St. Charles Country Club with a tee time on a
complimentary basis – as will St. Charles provide for their members. The intent of these agreements is to permit full active golf
members in good standing to have full playing and clubhouse privileges at the reciprocal club, subject to the respective host club’s
local Rules, Regulations, Dress Code, Policies and Procedures. Guests are permitted with a green fee.

Clubs Included City
Royal Quebec Quebec City
Royal Ottawa Gatineau
Granite Golf Club Toronto
Lambton Golf & Country Club Toronto
The Credit Valley Golf & Country Club Mississauga
London Hunt & Country Club London
Dundas Valley Golf Club Dundas
Wascana Country Club Regina
Riverside Country Club Saskatoon
Priddis Green Calgary
Glencoe Golf & Country Club Calgary
Derrick Golf & Winter Club Edmonton
Point Grey Golf & Country Club Vancouver

In order to determine if a tee time is available at the above clubs please contact either Cory Kartusch ([email protected]),
Craig Strand ([email protected]) or Cameron Gray ([email protected]) who will forward your request to their
respective counterpart and confirm.

Interclub Teams

Mundie Putter Jimmy Doyle Senior Ladies Nassau
Putter League League
This is an inter-club event beginning in the
Spring of each year. The Club team In 1993, the competition adopted the above An inter-club event beginning in the
consists of 8 players. 4 players are name in honour of the late Jim Doyle who Spring of each year, concluding at the end
selected by the Mundie Putter League passed away suddenly in 1992. Ten of June. The St. Charles team consists of 6
Captain, and the others are determined by Winnipeg clubs compete for the players. It is comprised of the reigning
the 4 lowest scores of the Saturday Championship on the successive Tuesday Club Champion, 4 players selected based
morning. These matches are then played afternoons from mid-May until mid-July. on the weekly lowest handicap indexes and
every Monday evening. To enter, please Matches are decided on a Best Ball Stroke a player selected by the Nassau Captain.
inquire at the Pro Shop or with the Mundie Play basis - a format which assures that a These matches are played every Monday
Putter League Captain. match will not be decided until the 18th evening.
green. Each Club fields 3 teams made up Contact
Contact of 2 male members who have reached their Therese Mitchell 204-956-8810
Rob Speirs 204-586-8424 55th birthday by Sept. 1st of the current
year. Qualifying rounds may be played
any day of the week and are co-ordinated
through the Pro Shop. All senior male
members are urged to enter this very
enjoyable weekly competition.
Derek Tallon 204-981-2107

St. Charles Country Club Clubhouse - 204.889.4444 For dining Reservations
100 Country Club Blvd. Pro Shop - 204.888.8229 Email: [email protected]
Winnipeg, MB R3K 1Z3


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