Welcome to the Golf Historical Society of Canada – We play with them... We collect them... We learn about them.
We know wooden-shafted clubs. We play with them. We collect them. We learn about them.
We'd love to see you at one of our events. Come out and play with us. Or just chat and check out some of the relics of golf history on display (this is intended to refer to our equipment – but it may cover some of the members as well).
You can find accounts and pictures of some of our past events on this site.
If you'd like more information, or have suggestions or news for us, please contact us.
Members and friends of the society at our 25th anniversary celebration at Dundas Valley Golf and Curling Club, July 2013
Norm Moreau, one of the original founders of the society, teeing off at our 25th anniversary celebration at Dundas Valley Golf and Curling Club, July 2013
Members of the society and guests chatting and inspecting some of the vintage items at the society's annual trade show and auction at Glen Abbey in March 2014
The Ontario Hickory Tour kicked off at Niagara-on-the-Lake in May (click for results).
A group of our members enjoyed a great trip to Grenadier Island recently. More details to come soon, hopefully.
The 2nd event of the Ontario Hickory Tour was played at Niagara-on-the-Lake in July (click for results).
A group of our members helped Bear Creek Golf Club celebrate their 100th anniversary in July. More details to come soon, hopefully.
Both Ontario Hickory Tour (for more competitive players) and Hickory Hackers events (for those wishing to play a scramble format) are being played in 2014. Please see the Events Calendar for details.
We will be playing a Hickory Hackers Scramble and holding our AGM at Innisbrook on July 24th.
The next event of the Ontario Hickory Tour will be played at Merry Hill on August 21.
The 2014 C. B. Macdonald Challenge and Eastern Canadian Hickory Championship will be played at Niagara-on-the-Lake, Sept. 5-7.
Details for the Dundee event on September 26th are now up. Please register now.