2019 in Review – Pictures – #5

Winter in Canada creates time and space for reflecting back on the golf season.  It has become an annual exercise for me to look through past posts and course photo albums I have created to share my 5 favourite images from the past season.  The first image I am going to share will be new to you all.  I have yet to post reviews from my experience late this summer playing the two Wolf Creek courses in Ponoka, Alberta.  Teeing it up with Josh from @GolfIsMental is always a treat.  We started off on the Old Course.  The weather was less than perfect, but perfectly appropriate for this rugged course.



This image captures so many things I like about this course; its playability, the natural grasses which created an Open championship course feel; and large undulating greens.  What you can’t get a feel for here is the rugged bunkering (teaser for the Links course image).  I can’t wait to share my full review with you, just as I can’t wait to get back to this masterful course.  Well entrenched in Top 100 lists, and underrated at that.




Mildly addicted to the game of golf. Fiercely loyal. A planner, a dreamer, reflective and a proud and passionate Canadian. A father. A fiancé. A tree planter. A Trent graduate. A dog owner. Falling in love with my putter after many failed relationships. A scratch golfer stuck in a 10 handicap body. Love, love, love golf value. Fade on a good day. One ace (and seeking a second). A golf writer/blogger focused on public golf in Canada. Chipping away at my own Bucket List of Canadian golf courses.