What's On At Barcovan
Saturday, April 9
Golf Course Opening?
Stay tuned for more information.
Saturday, April 16
9 am - 1 pm
Saturday, April 16
Members Wine & Cheese
2 - 4 pm
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New Handicap software for 2011.You can check it out online at
http://www.ehandicap.netor in the clubhouse. Donít worry. It is user friendly and anyone wishing to enter their scores online can contact Linda and she will give you a password and walk you through it.
Welcome to the 2011 Golf Season
Hope everyone had a good winter. Looks like Spring is finally upon us. We are looking forward to a fantastic start to the Golf Season. If weather cooperates, we are hoping to be open for business on Saturday, April 9th.
There are lots of exciting new changes this year. The first is that we are happy to welcome Don Lunn, CPGA Professional. He comes to us from Brampton Golf Club and now resides in Brighton. Carrie Vaughan has decided to move home to New Brunswick to be with her family. We wish her all the best.
Another piece of news is that Barcovan now has a new Handicap System. It is user friendly and can now be accessed online.
And lastly, we launched our new website on April 1st. Check it out - barcovangolf.com. Thank you to OSM Networks.
NEW - Monday Morning Ladies Competitive League
Tuesday Senior & Ladies League
Tuesday Mens Twilight
Wednesday Mens Shoot-Out
Thursday Night Ladies Scramble
NEW - Saturday Early Morning Mens Skins Game
For more information about any of our leagues, contact the ProShop.
Linda's Pick - The F11 Adams Speedline Driver - 3 wins in the same week on each tour with Adams equipment.
Greg's Picks - Taylormade R11 Driver - was built for speed. Designed for extra distance off the tee - up to 13% further. Second pick is the Calloway Diablo Octane Driver. Has a forged composite head and weighs 8% less than any other driver. It is also made from the same materials as the Mazzaradi car.
New CPGA Professional Don Lunn Joins Barcovan
Don turned professional in 1970 as a assistant golf professional in the Montreal area.He later moved to the Toronto area as teaching professional under Mr. John Henrick at the Brampton Golf Club. Don then moved to the Oakdale Golf Club in Toronto for 8 years as head teaching professional before moving back to Brampton to assume the duties as Head Golf Professional where he spent over 20 years.In total Don has over 40 years experience with the CPGA as both a teacher and player.