Golf Saskatchewan (previously known as the Saskatchewan Golf Association) is the provincial amateur governing body for the sport of golf in the province of Saskatchewan. The organization is a member of Golf Canada, the national sport governing body.
The Saskatchewan Golf Association came to its current structure on April 12, 1999 when it was officially incorporated for business through the amalgamation of the previous Saskatchewan Golf Association (SGA), an all-male organization, and the Canadian Ladies Golf Association (CLGA) Saskatchewan Branch, an all-female organization. The SGA was formed in 1913. Meanwhile, the CLGA Saskatchewan Branch was officially formed in 1926.
Each year, Golf Saskatchewan holds nine provincial championship events at predetermined locations across the province. The tournaments conducted on an annual basis are:
- SGI Canada Saskatchewan Junior Men's Championship
- SGI Canada Saskatchewan Junior Women's Championship
- Saskatchewan Amateur Women's Championship
- Saskatchewan Mid-Amateur Men's Championship
- Saskatchewan Amateur Men's Championship
- Saskatchewan Senior Men's Championship
- Saskatchewan Senior Women's Championship
- Saskatchewan Women's Rosebowl Championship
- Saskatchewan Mixed Team Championship
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- Ninety Years of Golf: An Illustrated History of Golf in Saskatchewan, by Mickey Boyle, Regina, Centax of Canada, 1987.
- Breaking 100: A Century of Women's Golf in Saskatchewan, by Sandra Bingaman, Regina, Saskatchewan Sport Hall of Fame, 1996.
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