The West Kootenay Junior Golf circuit moves to Nelson's Granite Pointe this Saturday.

Junior golf circuit comes to Nelson on Saturday

Junior golfers in the Nelson area will have a chance to tee it up in competition this Saturday at Granite Pointe golf course.

Junior golfers in the Nelson area will have a chance to tee it up in competition this Saturday at Granite Pointe golf course.

The West Kootenay Junior Circuit stops at the Rosemont course for the second event of the 2013 season. Golfers between the ages of 11 and 18 are welcome to come out and join the event. Though it is a tournament, all levels of play are encouraged to give it a try.

Entry is $20 for the 18-hole event (there is also a 9-hole category for 12-and-under). You can register by emailing Rob McKay ( or calling Granite Pointe at 250-352-5913.

In the opening event of the Circuit last Saturday at Balfour, Rossland Trail Country Club’s Tyler McKay won the event by firing a 75. Granite Pointe’s Carson Arcuri finished eighth in the 18-player field and Granite Pointe’s Hanno Southam was 12th. Also taking part were Salmo’s Ethan Paton (tied for eighth) and Riley Rollick (10th).

The Circuit moves to Christina Lake on Sunday.

Just Posted

VIDEO: Nelson Tennis Club’s new home opens

The revitalized courts above LVR had their grand opening Saturday

U.S. Court upholds Teck pollution ruling

Teck appealed a previous decision that it must pay $8.25 million in Colville Confederated Tribes’ court costs

Leafs rout Border Bruins 6-2

Nelson remains undefeated this season

Chamber jazz at St. Saviour’s in Nelson

Four prominent Kootenay musicians present originals and classic jazz repertoire

Home and Energy Show returns

The annual event takes place at the Prestige on Sept. 25

VIDEO: Monday Roundup

Sept. 24, 2018

Edmonton cannabis company revenues more than triples to $19.1 million

Aurora Cannabis revenues more than triple in fourth quarter

B.C. pharmacist suspended for giving drugs with human placenta

RCMP had samples of the seized substances tested by Health Canada

Seattle one step closer to NHL after arena plan approved

Seattle City Council unanimously approved plans for a privately funded $700 million renovation of KeyArena

Harvest Moon to light up B.C. skies with an ‘autumn hue’

It’s the first moon after the autumn equinox

Hockey league gets $1.4M for assistance program after Humboldt Broncos crash

Program will help players, families, coaches and volunteers after the shock of the deadly crash

Canada has removed six out of 900 asylum seekers already facing U.S. deportation

Ottawa had said the ‘overwhelming majority’ had been removed

Appeal pipeline decision but consult Indigenous communities, Scheer says

The federal appeals court halted the Trans Mountain expansion last month

Most Read