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Team Canada

2016 Olympic Squad

Graham DeLaet
Weyburn, Sask.
David Hearn
Brantford, Ont.
Brooke Henderson
Smiths Falls, Ont.
Alena Sharp
Hamilton, Ont.

Young Pro Squad

Jared du Toit
Kimberley, B.C.
Stuart Macdonald
Vancouver, B.C.
Albin Choi
Toronto, Ont.
Taylor Pendrith
Richmond Hill, Ont.
Anne-Catherine Tanguay
Quebec City, Que.
Augusta James
Bath, Ont.
Brittany Marchand
Orangeville, ON
Jennifer Ha
Calgary, Alta.

National Amateur Squad

Chris Crisologo
Richmond, B.C.
Josh Whalen
Napanee, Ont.
Joey Savoie
La Prairie, Que.
Hugo Bernard
Mont-Saint-Hilaire, Que.
Grace St-Germain
Ottawa, Ont.
Jaclyn Lee
Calgary, Alta.
Maddie Szeryk
London, Ont.
Naomi Ko
Victoria, B.C.

National Junior Squad

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About the Team

Team Canada, which began its full year integrated men’s and women’s programs in 2003, is an integral part of Golf Canada’s strong commitment to the development of Canada’s best amateur golfers.

Athlete selection takes place in November of each year and is based on objective performance results which are reviewed by committee. Players are selected to two teams, the National Squad and the Junior Squad.

The intention of the program is to provide the best possible support and services to athletes and assist them in attaining their long and short term goals. Quite simply, our mission is to produce the best amateur golfers in the world.

Each player commits to the program through an athlete agreement which is designed to create formal guidelines as to the expected behavior for athletic excellence. Standards for participation, anti-doping, amateur status, behavior and discipline, anti-harassment, travel, equipment and team uniforms are all clearly set out in these guidelines.

The Team Canada program is year-round in scope and encompasses fitness, sports psychology, nutrition, technique, equipment and international competition. Leaders in the field of sport science have been a part of building the program and continue in the ongoing execution of the program from the perspective of mental performance coaching, strength and conditioning, equipment as well as planning and periodization. A full-time national coach and part-time assistant coach work with each team.

Each player receives a personalized program tailored towards his or her needs and in turn each team member is expected to be fully committed to the program with the goal of becoming one of the top ranked amateur golfers worldwide. Competition schedules are reviewed and approved by the national coaching staff and tournament exemptions are sourced. A battery of physical tests is done three times per year, improvement plans are implemented and physical data is tracked on-line in a database. Mental performance evaluations and overall performance analysis are regularly performed in person by the Team Canada mental performance coach and through an on-line log service which tracks trends and increases awareness of performance needs. In addition, team members obtain the latest testing results, feedback and recommendations regarding clubs and balls to suit their swing and launch characteristics.

Members of Team Canada have the ability to be nominated to Sport Canada to become a carded member of the Athlete Assistance program, an initiative of Sport Canada to assist amateur athletes in off-setting expenses to allow them to focus their time and energy on elite performance. Tuition credits are also sometimes available through the Athlete Assistance program.

The Young Pro program is an extension of the Golf Canada’s National High Performance program which incorporates advanced coaching, sport science expertise, training camps and financial support. The intent of the comprehensive Team Canada high performance program – which includes an Amateur Squad, Development Squad and the new Young Pro Squad – is to aid Canada’s top up-and-coming athletes in all areas of their development, helping Canada produce the best golfers in the world. The Young Pro program was developed in partnership with the PGA of Canada and is funded in large part by the Golf Canada Foundation with generous contributions from founding partners Canadian Pacific and RBC, as well as supporting partners Citi Canada, Bear Mountain Golf Club and the Golf Canada Foundation Women’s Fund.


Meet the Coaches

Derek Ingram
Men’s Head Coach
PGA of Canada Class “A” member
Coach of Developing Competitors (certified)

A two-time recipient of the PGA of Canada’s Teacher of the Year Award (2003 & 2007), Ingram spent two years as Women’s Head Coach for Team Canada.

Prior to being named Women’s Head Coach at the end of 2009, Ingram served five years as Men’s Assistant Coach for Team Canada.

A seven-time winner of the Manitoba PGA Teacher of the Year Award, Ingram has been involved with Golf Canada’s High Performance Program for over 10 years.Ingram has been selected as one of the top-10 coaches in Canada by the National Post, Golf Digest and Golf Magazine, and a Top-50 Teacher in North America by Golf Range Magazine.

He also competed on the Canadian Tour for two years and was twice named Manitoba PGA Player of the Year Award (2003 & 2008).

A recent inductee into the Manitoba Golf Hall of Fame, Ingram has also co-authored two books on improving golf mental skills.

A devoted family man, Ingram is married with two young sons.

Tristan Mullally
Women’s Head Coach
PGA of Canada Class “A” member
Coach of Developing Competitors (certified)

A native of Ireland, Mullally joined Golf Canada as the Women’s Head Coach in 2011.

Over the past four years, Team Canada’s women’s programs have seen unprecedented success with many domestic, international and amateur victories. Mullally has contributed to many industry-leading initiatives including the restructuring of Golf Canada’s Sport Development programs, Long-Term Player Development 2.0 and the Golf Association of Ontario’s high performance program. Mullally is also a member of the PGA of Canada’s technical advisory board.

In 2013, Mullally was the first golf professional in Canada to earn the Chartered Professional Coach (ChPC) designation with Coaches of Canada. In 2015 he was awarded the PGA of Canada Ben Kern Coach of the Year award to go along with receiving the Petro Canada Coaching Excellence award in 2014—a first for golf in the history of this awards program.

Prior to joining Golf Canada, Mullally had coached a number of successful PGA and LPGA professionals in addition to elite level amateurs, including 2010 U.S. Open champion Graeme McDowell. While working for the Irish Ladies Golf Union from 2007-2011, he also served as the Women’s Head Coach at Maynooth University for two years.

A student of the game and former competitor on the Irish and Swedish Professional Tours, he has served as a club professional at many world-class resorts including Royal Portrush Golf Club, The Champions Club at Moyvalley and Vassunda Golf Club Sweden.

Mullally is a Class “A” member of the PGA of Canada and an Advanced Member of the PGA of Great Britain and Ireland.

Aside from his busy days on the golf course, Mullally is a devoted husband and proud new father to a baby boy.

Robert Ratcliffe
Junior Squad Lead Coach
PGA of Canada Class “A” member
Coach of Developing Competitors (certified)

A native of Comox, B.C., Ratcliffe, a former Women’s Assistant Coach, will support the program as the Lead Coach of the Junior Squad. He will work closely together with the other coaches to prepare the Junior Squad athletes for a hopeful transition towards the Amateur Team.

Originally from South Africa, Ratcliffe has played and coached golf all over the world. A member of both the Canadian and British PGA, he has coached in England, Florida, Egypt, Alberta and British Columbia before joining Team Canada in 2007.

The three-time recipient of the BCPGA Teacher of the Year Award has previously coached at a provincial level with Alberta Golf (2004-2006) as well as at the intercollegiate level as men’s head coach with the University of Alberta (2003-2006). In 2013, he was named the Ben Kern Coach of the Year by the PGA of Canada.

Ratcliffe also spent four years as touring professional (PGA MasterCard Tour) from 1997-2000.

He has also worked as Director of Instruction with Crown Isle Resort in Courtney, B.C. (2007-2009) and RedTail Landing Golf Academy in Edmonton (2003-2006). Ratcliffe was recently named the 2011 BCPGA Coach of the Year.

Matt Wilson
Junior Squad Women’s Coach | Director of Next Generation Performance
PGA of Canada Class “A” member
Coach of Developing Competitors (certified)

A native of Newmarket, Ont., Wilson captained Team Canada at both the 2015 and 2016 Toyota Junior Golf World Cup in Japan and assisted Team Canada coaches at various training camps as well as the 2016 Canadian Men’s Amateur Championship before joining the program in 2017.

He is the recipient of numerous teaching and coaching recognition awards, most recently being named by Golf Digest as one of the Best Young Teachers in America and by US Kids Golf as a Top-50 Kids Teacher (2014 & 2015; honorable mention in 2011 & 2012).

As an accomplished golf coach, Wilson has an established track record of successfully elevating the performance of developing competitors as well as facilitating personal-best performances at the Junior, NCAA, Amateur, and Professional levels.

He has most recently served as Director of Instruction at La Rinconada Country Club in Los Gatos, California (June 2014 to present) where he managed a junior golf development program that supports eight national, 14 regional level athletes and 30 club level athletes with holistic, year-round programming. He has also coached multiple athletes competing full-time on the LPGA and Symetra Tours, and has been a volunteer assistant coach with the Stanford University men’s golf team since January 2015.

Wilson earned a Bachelor of Arts (Honors) from Long Island University in Brooklyn and was a NCAA athlete and captain on the men’s golf team. He is currently working towards a Graduate Certificate in High Performance Coaching and Technical Leadership from the University of British Columbia.

 


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2018

Men’s Young Pro Squad:

  • Albin Choi (Toronto, Ont.)
  • Jared du Toit (Kimberley, B.C.)
  • Stuart Macdonald (Vancouver, B.C.)
  • Taylor Pendrith Richmond Hill, Ont.)

Women’s Young Pro Squad:

  • Anne-Catherine Tanguay (Quebec City, Que.)
  • Brittany Marchand (Orangeville, Ont.)
  • Augusta James (Bath, Ont.)
  • Jennifer Ha (Calgary, Alta.)

Men’s Amateur Squad:

  • Hugo Bernard (Mont-St-Hilaire, Que.)
  • Josh Whalen (Napanee, Ont.)
  • Joey Savoie (La Prairie, Que.)
  • Chris Crisologo (Richmond, B.C.)

Women’s Amateur Squad:

  • Maddie Szeryk (London Ont., Allen, Tex)
  • Naomi Ko (Victoria, B.C.)
  • Jaclyn Lee (Calgary, Alta.)
  • Grace St-Germain (Ottawa, Ont.)

Junior Boy’s Squad:

  • Christopher Vandette (Beaconsfield, Que.)
  • Johnny Travale (Stoney Creek, Ont.)
  • Nolan Thoroughgood (Victoria, B.C.)
  • Peyton Callens (Langton, Ont.)
  • Thomas Critch (Cedar Park, Tex.)

Junior Girl’s Squad:

  • Céleste Dao (Notre-Dame-de-l’Île-Perrot, Que.)
  • Monet Chun (Richmond Hill, Ont.)
  • Ellie Szeryk (Allen, Tex.)
  • Alyssa DiMarcantonio (Maple, Ont.)
  • Euna Han (Coquitlam, B.C.)

2017

Men’s Young Pro Squad:

  • Albin Choi (Toronto, Ont.)
  • Taylor Pendrith Richmond Hill, Ont.)
  • Corey Conners (Listowel, Ont.)

Women’s Young Pro Squad:

  • Anne-Catherine Tanguay (Quebec City, Que.)
  • Augusta James (Bath, Ont.)
  • Jennifer Ha (Calgary, Alta.)

Men’s Amateur Squad:

  • Hugo Bernard (Mont-St-Hilaire, Que.)
  • Jared du Toit (Kimberley, B.C.)
  • Austin James (Bath, Ont.)
  • Stuart Macdonald (Vancouver, B.C.)

Women’s Amateur Squad:

  • Maddie Szeryk (Allen, Tex., dual-citizen)
  • Naomi Ko (Victoria, B.C.)
  • Jaclyn Lee (Calgary, Alta.)
  • Grace St-Germain (Ottawa, Ont.)

Junior Boy’s Squad:

  • A.J. Ewart (Coquitlam, B.C.)
  • Peyton Callens (Langton, Ont.)
  • Chandler McDowell (Springbrook, Alta.)
  • Max Sekluic (Rycroft, Alta.)

Junior Girl’s Squad:

  • Mary Parsons (Delta, B.C.)
  • Hannah Lee (Surrey, B.C.)
  • Chloë Currie (Mississauga, Ont.)
  • Monet Chun (Richmond Hill, Ont.)

2016

Men’s Young Pro Squad:

  • Albin Choi (Toronto, Ont.)
  • Mackenzie Hughes (Dundas, Ont.)
  • Taylor Pendrith Richmond Hill, Ont.)
  • Corey Conners (Listowel, Ont.)

Women’s Young Pro Squad:

  • Sue Kim (Langley, B.C.)
  • Augusta James (Bath, Ont.)

Men’s Amateur Squad:

  • Blair Hamilton (Burlington, Ont.)
  • Jared du Toit (Kimberley, B.C.)
  • Eric Banks (Truro, N.S.)
  • Stuart Macdonald (Vancouver, B.C.)
  • Hugo Bernard (Mont-St-Hilaire, Que.)

Women’s Amateur Squad:

  • Maddie Szeryk (Allen, Tex., dual-citizen)
  • Josée Doyon (St-Georges-de-Beauce, Que.)
  • Michelle Kim (Surrey, B.C.)
  • Naomi Ko (Victoria, B.C.)
  • Jaclyn Lee (Calgary, Alta.)

Junior Boy’s Squad:

  • Tony Gil (Vaughan, Ont.)
  • A.J. Ewart (Coquitlam, B.C.)
  • Thomas ‘Jack’ Simpson (Aurora, Ont.)
  • Alexander Smith (Calgary, Alta.)
  • Charles-Éric Bélanger (Québec, Que.)

Junior Girl’s Squad:

  • Grace St-Germain (Ottawa, Ont.)
  • Hannah Lee (Surrey, B.C.)
  • Tiffany Kong (Vancouver, B.C.)
  • Kathrine Chan (Richmond, B.C.)
  • Chloë Currie (Mississauga, Ont.)

2015

Men’s Young Pro Squad:

  • Albin Choi (Toronto, Ont.)
  • Mackenzie Hughes (Dundas, Ont.)
  • Adam Svensson (Surrey, B.C.)
  • Corey Conners (Listowel, Ont.)
  • Taylor Pendrith (Richmond Hill, Ont.)

Women’s Young Pro Squad:

  • Rebecca Lee-Bentham (Toronto, Ont.)
  • Sue Kim (Langley, B.C.)
  • Brooke Henderson (Smiths Falls, Ont.)

Men’s Amateur Squad:

  • Austin Connelly (Irving, Tex., dual-citizen)
  • Blair Hamilton (Burlington, Ont.)

Women’s Amateur Squad:

  • Elizabeth Tong (Thornhill, Ont.)
  • Maddie Szeryk (Allen, Tex., dual-citizen)
  • Brittany Marchand (Orangeville, Ont.)
  • Jennifer Ha (Calgary, Alta.)

Junior Boy’s Squad:

  • Tony Gil (Vaughan, Ont.)
  • Trevor Ranton (Waterloo, Ont.)
  • Etienne Papineau (St-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Qué.)
  • Patrick Murphy (Crossfield, Alta.)
  • Tyler Saunders (Sturgeon County, Alta)
  • AJ Armstrong (St. Albert, Alta.)

Junior Girl’s Squad:

  • Grace St-Germain (Ottawa, Ont.)
  • Michelle Kim (Surrey, B.C.)
  • Naomi Ko (Victoria, B.C.)
  • Jaclyn Lee (Calgary, Alta.)
  • Alisha Lau (Richmond, B.C. )

2014

Men’s Young Pro Squad:

  • Albin Choi (Surrey, B.C.)
  • Mackenzie Hughes (Listowel, Ont.)

Women’s Young Pro Squad:

  • Rebecca Lee-Bentham (Toronto, Ont.)
  • Sue Kim (Langley, B.C.)
  • Jennifer Kirby (Paris, Ont.)

Men’s Amateur Squad:

  • Adam Svensson (Surrey, B.C.)
  • Corey Conners (Listowel, Ont.)
  • Chris Hemmerich (Kitchener, Ont.)
  • Garrett Rank (Elmira, Ont.)
  • Taylor Pendrith (Richmond Hill, Ont.)

Women’s Amateur Squad:

  • Brooke Henderson (Smiths Falls, Ont.)
  • Augusta James (Bath, Ont.)
  • Anne-Catherine Tanguay (Québec City, Qué.)
  • Brittany Marchand (Orangeville, Ont.)
  • Jennifer Ha (Calgary, Alta.)

Junior Boy’s Squad:

  • Tony Gil (Vaughan, Ont.)
  • Kevin Kwon (Pitt Meadows, BC)
  • Etienne Papineau (St-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Qué.)
  • Carter Simon (Suttony, Ont.)
  • Matt Williams (Calgary, Alta)

Junior Girl’s Squad:

  • Sabrine Garrison (Calgary, Alta.)
  • Taylor Kim (Surrey, B.C.)
  • Naomi Ko (Victoria, B.C.)
  • Jaclyn Lee (Calgary, Alta.)
  • Valérie Tanguay (St-Hyancinthe, QC )

2013

Men’s Amateur Squad:

  • Eric Banks (Truro, N.S.)
  • Corey Conners (Listowel, Ont.)
  • Chris Hemmerich (Kitchener, Ont.)
  • Garrett Rank (Elmira, Ont.)
  • Taylor Pendrith (Richmond Hill, Ont.)
  • Justin Shin (Pitt Meadows, BC)

Women’s Amateur Squad:

  • Brooke Henderson (Smiths Falls, Ont.)
  • Augusta James (Bath, Ont.)
  • Jisoo Keel, (Coquitlam, B.C.)
  • Brittany Marchand (Orangeville, Ont.)
  • Christine Wong (Richmond, B.C.)

Junior Boy’s Squad:

  • Hugo Bernard (Mont-St-Hilaire, QC)
  • Kevin Kwon (Pitt Meadows, BC)
  • Matthew Scobie (Ajax, ON)
  • Adam Svensson (Surrey, B.C.)
  • Mark Valliere (Courtenay, B.C.)
  • Matt Williams (Calgary, Alta)

Junior Girl’s Squad:

  • Jennifer Ha (Calgary, AB)
  • Taylor Kim (Surrey, B.C.)
  • Naomi Ko (Victoria, B.C.)
  • Kathy Kim (Langley, B.C.)
  • Valérie Tanguay (St-Hyancinthe, QC )

2012

Men’s Amateur Squad:

  • Mackenzie Hughes (Dundas, Ont.)
  • Albin Choi (Toronto, Ont.)
  • Mitch Sutton (London, Ont.)
  • Eric Banks (Truro, N.S.)
  • Charlie Hughes (Maple Ridge, B.C.)
  • Garrett Rank (Elmira, Ont.)

Women’s Amateur Squad:

  • Christine Wong (Richmond, B.C.)
  • Jennifer Kirby (Paris, Ont.)
  • Augusta James (Bath, Ont.)
  • Jisoo Keel, (Coquitlam, B.C.)
  • Brittany Marchand (Orangeville, Ont.)

Junior Boy’s Squad:

  • Kevin Kwon (Pitt Meadows, B.C.)
  • Adam Svensson (Surrey, B.C.)
  • Riley Fleming (Airdrie, Alta.)
  • Blair Hamilton (Burlington, Ont.)

Junior Girl’s Squad:

  • Brooke Henderson (Smiths Falls, Ont.)
  • Anna Kim (Toronto, Ont.)
  • Anica Yoo (Port Coquitlam, B.C.)
  • Taylor Kim (Surrey, B.C.)
  • Brogan McKinnon (Mississauga, Ont.)

2011

Men’s Amateur Squad:

  • Albin Choi (Toronto, ON)
  • Corey Conners (Listowel, ON)
  • Mitch Evanecz (Red Deer, AB)
  • Mackenzie Hughes (Dundas, ON)
  • Mitch Sutton (London, ON)
  • Eugene Wong (North Vancouver, BC)

Women’s Amateur Squad:

  • Rebecca Lee-Bentham (Toronto, ON)
  • Anne-Catherine Tanguay (Quebec, QC)
  • Nicole Vandermade (Brantford, ON)
  • Jessica Wallace (Langley, BC)
  • Christine Wong (Richmond, BC)

Junior Boy’s Squad:

  • Eric Banks (Truro, NS)
  • Wilson Bateman (Edmonton, AB)
  • Richard Jung (Toronto, ON)
  • Raoul Menard (Ange-Gardien, QC)
  • Brandon Ng (Toronto, ON)
  • Adam Svensson (Surrey, BC)

Junior Girl’s Squad:

  • Delaney Howson (Newmarket, ON)
  • Augusta James (Bath, ON)
  • Jisoo Keel (Coquitlam, BC)
  • Leilanie Kim (Surrey, BC)
  • Taylor Kim (Surrey, BC)
  • Brittany Marchand (Orangeville, ON)
  • Brogan McKinnon (Mississauga, ON)

2010

Men’s Amateur Squad:

  • Nick Taylor (Abbotsford, BC)
  • Eugene Wong (North Vancouver, BC)
  • Mitch Sutton (London, ON)
  • Matt Hill (Forest, ON) – Turned Professional May 31, 2010
  • Cam Burke (New Hamburg, ON)

Women’s Amateur Squad:

  • Sue Kim (Langley, BC)
  • Stephanie Sherlock (Barrie, ON)
  • Jennifer Kirby (Paris, ON)
  • Maude Aimee LeBlanc (Sherbrooke, QC)
  • Sara-Maude Juneau (Fossambault, QC)
  • Nicole Vandermade (Brantford, ON)

Junior Boy’s Squad:

  • Richard Jung (Toronto, ON)
  • Albin Choi (Toronto, ON)
  • Corey Conners (Listowel, ON)
  • Adam Svensson (Surrey, BC)
  • Eric Locke (Digby, NS)
  • Jesse Gibson (Saskatoon, SK)
  • Brandon Ng (Toronto, ON)

Junior Girl’s Squad:

  • Rebecca Lee-Bentham (Richmond Hill, ON)
  • Christine Wong (Richmond, BC)
  • Anne-Catherine Tanguay (Quebec, QC)

2009

Men’s Amateur Squad:

  • Nick Taylor (Abbotsford, BC)
  • Eugene Wong (North Vancouver, BC)
  • Lindsay Renolds (Christina Lake, BC)
  • Matt Hill (Forest, ON)

Women’s Amateur Squad:

  • Sue Kim (Langley, BC)
  • Stephanie Sherlock (Barrie, ON)
  • Kira Meixner (Richmond, BC)
  • Maude Aimee LeBlanc (Sherbrooke, QC)

Junior Boy’s Squad:

  • Mathieu Rivard (Granby, QC)
  • Julien Goulet (Quebec)
  • Mitch Sutton (London, ON)
  • Richard Jung (Toronto, ON)
  • Albin Choi (Toronto, ON)

Junior Girl’s Squad:

  • Nicole Vandermade (Brantford, ON)
  • Rebecca Lee-Bentham (Richmond Hill, ON)
  • Jennifer Kirby (Paris, ON)
  • Anne-Catherine Tanguay (Quebec, QC)

2008

Men’s Amateur Squad:

  • Nick Taylor (Abbotsford, BC)
  • Michael Knight (Calgary, AB)
  • Graham Hill (Forest, ON)
  • Mathieu Rivard (Granby, QC)
  • Mark Sommerfeld (Waterloo, ON)
  • Adam Hadwin (Abbotsford, BC)

Women’s Amateur Squad:

  • Sue Kim (Langley, BC)
  • Stephanie Sherlock (Barrie, ON)
  • Kira Meixner (Richmond, BC)
  • Maude-Aimee LeBlanc (Sherbrooke, QC)
  • Sara-Maude Juneau (Fossambault, QC)

Junior Boy’s Squad:

  • Matt Hill (Forest, ON)
  • Daniel Kim (Toronto, ON)
  • Graham Baillargeon (Mississauga, ON)
  • J.P. Paiement (Des Ruisseaux, QC)
  • Chris Ross (Dundas, ON)
  • Darren Hupfer (Edmonton, AB)
  • Mackenzie Hughes (Dundas, ON)
  • Riley Wheeldon (Courtenay, BC)

Junior Girl’s Squad:

  • Bari Lynn Erais (Lethbridge, AB)
  • Brittany Henderson (Smiths Falls, ON)
  • Jennifer Kirby (Paris, ON)
  • Rebecca Lee-Bentham (Richmond Hill, ON)
  • Karly Pinder (Exeter, ON)
  • Jessica Potter (Coquitlam, BC)
  • Nicole Vandermade (Brantford, ON)

2007

Men’s Amateur Squad:

  • Victor Ciesielski (Cambridge, ON)
  • Keven Fortin-Simard (Roberval, QC)
  • Louis-Pierre Godin (Champlain, QC)
  • Todd Halpen (Calgary, AB)
  • Graham Hill (Brights Grove, ON)
  • Jordan Irwin (Calgary, AB)
  • Andrew Ross (Dundas, ON)
  • Kris Wasylowich (Lethbridge, AB)

Women’s Amateur Squad:

  • Maude-Aimee LeBlanc (Sherbrooke, QC)
  • Meaghan LeBlanc (Calgary, AB)
  • Laura Matthews (Essex, ON)
  • Lisa Mannu (St. Thomas, ON)
  • Kira Meixner (Richmond, BC)
  • Karly Pinder (Exeter, ON)
  • Jessica Potter (Coquitlam, BC)
  • Stephanie Sherlock (Barrie, ON)

Junior Boy’s Squad:

  • Nicolas Archambault (St-Jean-Sur-Richelieu, QC)
  • Matt Hill (Bright’s Grove, ON)
  • J.P. Paiement (Quebec City, QC)
  • Mathieu Rivard (Granby, QC)
  • Kevin Spooner (West Vancouver, BC)
  • Jean-Hubert Trahan (Lachenaie, QC)
  • Eugene Wong (North Vancouver, BC)
  • Dustin Zhang (Calgary, AB)

Junior Girl’s Squad:

  • Brittany Henderson (Smiths Falls, ON)
  • Laura Hildebrandt (Ancaster, ON)
  • Sue Kim (Langley, BC)
  • Jennifer Kirby (Paris, ON)
  • Rebecca Lee-Bentham (Richmond Hill, ON)
  • Ashley Smith (Calgary, AB)
  • Nicole Vandermade (Brantford, ON)

2006

Men’s Amateur Squad:

  • Graham DeLaet (Weyburn, SK)
  • Craig Doell (Victoria, BC)
  • Keven Fortin-Simard (Roberval, QC)
  • Graham Hill (Bright’s Grove, ON)
  • Mark Leon (Brampton, ON)
  • James Love (Calgary, AB)
  • Andrew Parr (London, ON)
  • Richard Scott (Kingsville, ON)
  • Jay Snyder (Vancouver, BC)

Women’s Amateur Squad:

  • Veronique Drouin (Sainte-Agnes, QC)
  • Caroline Kim (Port Coquitlam, BC)
  • Lindsay Knowlton (Toronto, ON)
  • Mary Ann Lapointe (Georgetown, ON)
  • Meaghan LeBlanc (Calgary, AB)
  • Laura Matthews (Essex, ON)
  • Kira Meixner (Richmond, BC)
  • Stephanie Sherlock (Barrie, ON)

Junior Boy’s Squad:

  • Mitchell Fox (Okatoks, AB)
  • Matt Hill (Bright’s Grove, ON)
  • Mathieu Rivard (Granby, QC)
  • Andrew Robb (Richmond, BC)
  • Nick Taylor (Abbotsford, BC)
  • Eugene Wong (North Vancouver, BC)
  • J.P. Paiement (Quebec City, QC)

Junior Girl’s Squad:

  • Bari Lynn Erais (Lethbridge, AB)
  • Anita Gahir (Thornhill , ON)
  • Brittany Henderson (Smiths Falls, ON)
  • Julie Kim (Port Coquitlam, BC)
  • Sue Kim (Langley, BC)
  • Maude-Aimee LeBlanc (Sherbrooke, QC)
  • Dominique Pytlewski (West Vancouver, BC)
  • Melissa Mabanta (Langley, BC)

2005

Men’s Amateur Squad:

  • James Allenby (Langley, BC)
  • Marc Bourgeois (Dieppe, NB)
  • Graham DeLaet (Weyburn, SK)
  • Craig Doell (Victoria, BC)
  • Peter Laws (Mississauga, ON)
  • James Lepp (Abbotsford, BC)
  • Andrew Parr (London, ON)
  • Marc-Andre Roy (Blainville, QC)
  • Richard Scott (Kingsville, ON)
  • Ryan Yip (Calgary, AB)

Women’s Amateur Squad:

  • Ashley Bickerton (Ottawa, ON)
  • Veronique Drouin (Sainte-Agnes, QC)
  • Jillian Hardy (Winnipeg, MB)
  • Lindsay Knowlton (Toronto, ON)
  • Laura Matthews (Essex, ON)
  • Eom-ji Park (Vancouver, BC)
  • Jade Polonich (Calgary, AB)
  • Jil Swenson (Sherwood Park, AB)

Team Canada Selection Criteria

For Team Canada (Men’s & Women’s National Squads and Boy’s and Girl’s Junior Squads), please review the selection criteria below:

Team Canada International Event Selections

For the team selection criteria to represent Canada at international competitions, please review the links below:

Team Canada’s Athlete Assistance Program

For information on Team Canada’s Athlete Assistance Program, please review the link below.

Partners

Golf Canada would like to thank our partners for their generous support, assistance and dedication to the Team Canada program.

For more information on becoming a partner of Team Canada, please contact Craig Sharp – Managing Director, Business Development & Partnerships at csharp@golfcanada.ca, 905-849-9700 x. 210

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RBC proudly supports golf around the world through high profile relationships with the PGA TOUR and Golf Canada. RBC is the Official Banking and Financial Services partner of touring professionals Jason Day, Graham DeLaet, Ernie Els, Jim Furyk, Adam Hadwin, David Hearn, Brooke Henderson, Matt Kuchar, Graeme McDowell, Ryan Palmer, Morgan Pressel, Brandt Snedeker, Nick Taylor, and Mike Weir. As the title sponsor of both the RBC Heritage and the RBC Canadian Open, RBC also supports emerging Canadian golfers through Golf Canada’s grassroots developmental programming, their Canadian Amateur Golf Championships and high performance national team. RBC is one of North America’s leading diversified financial services companies and among the largest banks in the world, as measured by market capitalization. For more information, visit rbcmakeyourmark.com and rbc.com/golf.


CP

Canadian Pacific (TSX:CP)(NYSE:CP) is a transcontinental railway in Canada and the United States with direct links to eight major ports, including Vancouver and Montreal, providing North American customers a competitive rail service with access to key markets in every corner of the globe. CP is a low-cost provider that is growing with its customers, offering a suite of freight transportation services, logistics solutions and supply chain expertise. Visit www.cpr.ca to see the rail advantages of Canadian Pacific.


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From the game’s top Tour players to PGA and LPGA teaching and club professionals to accomplished amateurs everywhere, Titleist is committed to providing golfers worldwide with golf equipment of superior quality and performance. The industry leading Pro V1 and Pro V1x, NXT Tour, NXT Tour S, Velocity and DT SoLo golf balls provide real performance differences to meet the wide range of golfers’ needs. From tee-to-green, Titleist golf clubs are also performance driven. The 915 D2 and D3 drivers, 915 F and Fd fairway metals and 915 H1 and H2 hybrids along with the Vokey Design SM6 wedges and Scotty Cameron putters can be found at the top of the leaderboards and in the bags of serious golfers across the globe. In addition, the 716 AP1 and AP2 irons are the most technologically advanced irons ever produced by Titleist, and are complemented by the CB and MB Forged series. PGA of Canada Club Professionals devote their careers to helping you play better golf. And when it comes to choosing the highest performing equipment for their own games, more choose Titleist. It’s the brand they recommend and the brand they trust themselves.

www.titleist.ca


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FootJoy. It’s about comfort. It’s about performance. It’s about tradition. For nearly 150 years, FootJoy has been committed to creating superior golf footwear, gloves, apparel, socks and accessories that will enhance your on-course experience. Second to none, FootJoy is the choice of those who love the game, from young to old, from amateur to top professional. For more than 55 years, FootJoy has been the leading golf shoe on the PGA Tour. This proves, when given a choice, the best golfers in the world choose the best golf shoes in the world.

www.footjoy.ca


The adidas Group is a global leader in the sporting goods industry, offering a broad portfolio of footwear, apparel and hardware for sport and lifestyle around the core brands adidas, Reebok, TaylorMade and Reebok-CCM Hockey. Headquartered in Herzogenaurach, Germany, the Group employs more than 55,000 people across the globe and generated sales of around € 17 billion in 2015.

www.adidas-group.com


Official Partner Club

ClubLink

ClubLink is engaged in golf club and resort operations under the trade-mark “ClubLink One Membership More Golf®”. ClubLink is Canada’s largest owner and operator of golf clubs with 54.5, 18-hole equivalent championship and eight nine-hole equivalent academy courses at 41 locations, in Ontario, Quebec and Florida. ClubLink is also engaged in rail, tourism and port operations based in Skagway, Alaska, which operates under the trade name “White Pass & Yukon Route.” The railway stretches approximately 177 kilometres (110 miles) from Skagway, Alaska, through British Columbia to Whitehorse, Yukon. In addition, ClubLink operates three docks primarily for cruise ships.

www.clublink.ca


Official Training Centre

Bear Mountain

Located on southern Vancouver Island – a region known for its year round golf climate, stellar fishing opportunities and strong local food movement – Bear Mountain Golf Resort and Spa offers two outstanding courses that combined represent the only 36-hole Nicklaus Design golf experience in Canada. The Mountain Course, a Jack and Steve Nicklaus Co-Design, features impressive landscape and dramatic terrain that lead to breathtaking 180 degree views of nearby Victoria, the Pacific Ocean and the Olympic Mountains of Washington State. The Mountain Course is a par 71 playing at 6,925 yards, set atop a 1,100-foot mountain and has been assigned a slope rating of 142 from the back tees. The 18-hole, par 71 Nicklaus Design Valley Course, a spectacular golf setting that is nestled in a pristine natural 102 acres of mature forests, measures just under 7,000 yards. Surrounded by 3,000 acres of parks and hiking trails, Bear Mountain is one of the few golf courses in North America that offers an authentic natural setting so close to a capital city. More than a resort and an incredible residential community, the Ecoasis owned and operated Bear Mountain is home to Golf Canada’s National Development team, the high performance training centre of Canada’s National Mountain Bike team, and construction recently commenced on Canada’s largest indoor/outdoor clay court tennis facility supported by Tennis Canada and Tennis BC. The Westin Bear Mountain Golf Resort and Spa rounds out the amenities offering guests a luxurious getaway with outstanding fine dining options, the award-winning Sante Spa, and the Bear Mountain Golf Academy.

www.bearmountain.ca


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Sport Canada works to help Canadians participate and excel in sport. As part of the Department of Canadian Heritage, Sport Canada strengthens the unique contribution that sport makes to Canadian identity, culture and society. The Government of Canada is the single largest investor in Canada’s amateur sport system, providing funding through Sport Canada programs including the Hosting Program, the Sport Support Program (SSP) and the Athlete Assistance Program (AAP). Sport Canada works with many partners, including provincial and territorial governments, Multisport Service Organizations(MSOs), National Sport Organizations (NSOs), Canadian Sport Centres (CSCs) and other organizations.

Sport in Canada