Golf

Langley golfer Rose Chen won Closest-to-the-Pin U15 girls title at the Maple Leaf Junior Golf Tour National Championship. (file)

Langley golfers shine at MJT national championship

Multiple winners and high finishers at Morgan Creek

 

Langley’s Caleb Davies, 16, earned his fourth title of the season at the Maple Leaf Junior Golf Tour’s (MJT) Ford Series at Mayfair Lakes Golf Course in Richmond. (file)

Davies wins fourth MJT title

Langley golfer takes Juvenile division at Richmond tournament

 

Langley’s Jackson Jacob has been named the Canada West men’s golf athlete of the week. (UFV)

Langley’s Jacob named Canada West athlete of the week

Golfer tore up the course for UFV at the Alberta Invitational

Langley’s Jackson Jacob has been named the Canada West men’s golf athlete of the week. (UFV)
Fort Langley’s Jackson Jacob led the charge for the University of the Fraser Valley (UFV) men’s golf team at the Alberta Bears and Pandas Invitational at Northern Bear Golf Course in Sherwood Park, on Monday, Sept. 12. He fired rounds of 69 on Sunday and 72 on Monday to finish at three under par, to take top spot in the individual standings. (Brad Hamilton/Alberta Athletics)

Langley’s Jacob leads UFV Cascades to season-opening win in Alberta

Team gets two-stroke victory at Bears and Pandas Invitational

Fort Langley’s Jackson Jacob led the charge for the University of the Fraser Valley (UFV) men’s golf team at the Alberta Bears and Pandas Invitational at Northern Bear Golf Course in Sherwood Park, on Monday, Sept. 12. He fired rounds of 69 on Sunday and 72 on Monday to finish at three under par, to take top spot in the individual standings. (Brad Hamilton/Alberta Athletics)
Langley’s Ryan LePrieur managed to cap off his last career MJT Mini Tour event on his 13th birthday with a playoff win on Sept. 4 at Guildford Golf Club in Surrey. (MJT)
Langley’s Ryan LePrieur managed to cap off his last career MJT Mini Tour event on his 13th birthday with a playoff win on Sept. 4 at Guildford Golf Club in Surrey. (MJT)
Focus West Logistics walked away as the winners at the 35th annual Greater Langley Chamber of Commerce golf tournament this past week at Redwoods – a near-sell-out event. (Special to Langley Advance Times)

Near sell-out crowd take part in Langley chamber’s first in-person event in a year

35th annual golf tournament, held at Redwoods, brought 140 golfers together

Focus West Logistics walked away as the winners at the 35th annual Greater Langley Chamber of Commerce golf tournament this past week at Redwoods – a near-sell-out event. (Special to Langley Advance Times)
Langley’s Danny Im won the MJT MJT Junior Boys Division at Pagoda Ridge Golf Course (file)

Im takes MJT Junior Boys Division title as tour comes to Langley

Langley golfer came back after being two shots down

Langley’s Danny Im won the MJT MJT Junior Boys Division at Pagoda Ridge Golf Course (file)
Nanaimo’s Matthew Wilson celebrates winning the B.C. Golf juvenile boys’ championship earlier this month in Pitt Meadows. (Bryan Outram/B.C. Golf)

Vancouver Island teen who played golf 130 straight days during pandemic wins B.C. title

Nanaimo’s Matthew Wilson wins B.C. Golf juvenile championship by five strokes

Nanaimo’s Matthew Wilson celebrates winning the B.C. Golf juvenile boys’ championship earlier this month in Pitt Meadows. (Bryan Outram/B.C. Golf)
Langley’s Rose Chen took top honours and punched her ticket to the national championship as Canada’s major finale for 12U golfers crowned six Maple Leaf Junior (MJT) Mini Tour National Champions at the Tsawwassen Springs course in Delta. (MJT)

Langley’s Chen takes top title at MJT Mini Tour in Delta

Golfer, 12, punches ticket to national championship

Langley’s Rose Chen took top honours and punched her ticket to the national championship as Canada’s major finale for 12U golfers crowned six Maple Leaf Junior (MJT) Mini Tour National Champions at the Tsawwassen Springs course in Delta. (MJT)
Langley’s Rose Chen won the MJT Harry White Little Masters Girls 11-12 title at the 55th annual MJT Harry White Little Masters (file)

Langley’s Rose Chen wins girls 11-12 title at 55th annual MJT Harry White Little Masters in Delta

MJT Mini Tour National Championship wraps in Tsawwassen later this month

Langley’s Rose Chen won the MJT Harry White Little Masters Girls 11-12 title at the 55th annual MJT Harry White Little Masters (file)
Langley golfer Caleb Davies won the MJT Odlum Brown Classic Juvenile Boys trophy at Chilliwack Golf and Country Club on Aug. 3, 4 and 5. (file)

Davies wins Chilliwack

Langley golfer, 16, takes MJT Odlum Brown Classic Juvenile Boys trophy

Langley golfer Caleb Davies won the MJT Odlum Brown Classic Juvenile Boys trophy at Chilliwack Golf and Country Club on Aug. 3, 4 and 5. (file)
Modern Meat Newlands Open Pro and Amateur winners Riley Lamb and Ethan Posthumus posed with trophies on Sunday, Aug. 8. (Newlands Golf and Country Club/Facebook)

VIDEO: Langley golfer Caleb Davies finishes second as Newlands Golf and Country Club revives West Country Open event with new name

Now called the Modern Meat Open, after the title sponsor, event mixed amateur and pro players

Modern Meat Newlands Open Pro and Amateur winners Riley Lamb and Ethan Posthumus posed with trophies on Sunday, Aug. 8. (Newlands Golf and Country Club/Facebook)
Lee Brandt fires his first shot of the Modern Meat open at Newlands Golf and Country Club in Langley on Saturday, Aug. 7. (Dan Ferguson/Langley Advance Times)

VIDEO: Newlands Golf and Country Club revives West Country Open event with new name

Now called the Modern Meat Open, after the title sponsor, event mixes amateur and pro players

Lee Brandt fires his first shot of the Modern Meat open at Newlands Golf and Country Club in Langley on Saturday, Aug. 7. (Dan Ferguson/Langley Advance Times)
Langley’s Caleb Davies tied for second at the MJT Western Championship presented by Junior Golf Hub at Copper Point Golf Club in Invermere on July 27 and 28. (file)
Langley’s Caleb Davies tied for second at the MJT Western Championship presented by Junior Golf Hub at Copper Point Golf Club in Invermere on July 27 and 28. (file)
Surrey’s Tiger Xie, 10 (pictured), emerged the winner in the extra holes over Langley golfer Ryan LePrieur, 12, at the Maple Leaf Junior Golf Tour’s MJT Mini Tour at Cheam Mountain Golf Course on July 15. (MJT)
Surrey’s Tiger Xie, 10 (pictured), emerged the winner in the extra holes over Langley golfer Ryan LePrieur, 12, at the Maple Leaf Junior Golf Tour’s MJT Mini Tour at Cheam Mountain Golf Course on July 15. (MJT)
17-year-old Sueah Park of Langley took the MJT Girls 15-19 division after the fourth playoff hole in a three-way playoff on July 6-7 at the Chilliwack Golf and Country Club. (MJT)
17-year-old Sueah Park of Langley took the MJT Girls 15-19 division after the fourth playoff hole in a three-way playoff on July 6-7 at the Chilliwack Golf and Country Club. (MJT)
Langley’s Rose Chen, 12, won her division at the MJT Mini Tour at Cultus Lake Golf Club on Sunday, June 27. (Special to Langley Advance Times)
Langley’s Rose Chen, 12, won her division at the MJT Mini Tour at Cultus Lake Golf Club on Sunday, June 27. (Special to Langley Advance Times)
Langley golfer Danny Im was in a familiar place following his first-place win as the Maple Leaf Junior Golf Tour resumed its 2021 season on June 19 and 20 at Hazelmere Golf & Tennis Club in Surrey. (Special to Langley Advance Times)

Langley golfers lead as Maple Leaf Tour resumes

Im, Park and Less have good games

Langley golfer Danny Im was in a familiar place following his first-place win as the Maple Leaf Junior Golf Tour resumed its 2021 season on June 19 and 20 at Hazelmere Golf & Tennis Club in Surrey. (Special to Langley Advance Times)
A group of Coquitlam golfers was interrupted on Tuesday, May 25, 2021, by a black bear who bit a player's ball and tossed it back towards the group. (Screen grab/Mark Pettie)

VIDEO: ‘Seriously annoyed’ black bear tosses ball, interrupts B.C. golfers

‘If the bears are chasing golf balls at least they are not chasing golfers,’ says Sgt. Todd Hunter, a B.C. conservation officer

A group of Coquitlam golfers was interrupted on Tuesday, May 25, 2021, by a black bear who bit a player's ball and tossed it back towards the group. (Screen grab/Mark Pettie)