Cote brothers do well on the links

Kyler and Keaton Cote compete on the challenging Maple Leaf Junior Golf Tour and play for Kindersley Composite School

Cote brothers do well on the linksKenneth Brown of The Clarion Kyler and Keaton Cote spend a lot of time on the golf course and the brothers have found a home playing in tournaments on a challenging junior golf tour. The brothers live in Kindersley and, in addition to playing on the junior tour, they have been golfing on the junior…

Fore!

A full day of golf and fun at the Kindersley Ladies Golf Tournament

Fore!  Celene Longmire tees off to start the Kindersley Ladies Golf Tournament that took place on Saturday, Sept. 8. They had the maximum amount allowed of 90 women. It was a full day of golf and fun. The two-woman teams played 18 holes of best ball. There was flight and proximity prizes, as well as…

Council discusses O’Connor Park feedback, concerns

Uses proposed by the town include basketball, tennis, miniature golf, beach volleyball, bocce ball or lawn bowling, and an open green space

Council discusses O’Connor Park feedback, concernsKenneth Brown of The Clarion Kindersley town council members have received public feedback on potential uses for a municipal reserve space at O’Connor Park in Rosedale. The town invited residents to provide feedback with respect to exploring ideas for potential uses on dedicated municipal reserve land on the north side of O’Connor Park. The parcel…

Local golfer keeps playing at high level

Cort Tunall will be in Swift Current this weekend to play in the final junior tour event in Saskatchewan this season

Local golfer keeps playing at high levelKenneth Brown of The Clarion Cort Tunall of Kindersley is having another good golf season, and he is among the highest ranked bantam golfers on the Maple Leaf Junior Golf Tour (MJT). The 14-year-old golfer played in the Pepsi Junior Lobstick at Waskesiu Golf Course last week from Aug. 13 to 17. Tunall finished as…

Local golfer heads south on college scholarship

Brody Istace, 17, is part of a new collegiate program at Columbia International University in South Carolina

Local golfer heads south on college scholarship    Kenneth Brown of The Clarion Kindersley golfer Brody Istace has landed an exciting scholarship opportunity to be a part of a new collegiate program at a university in South Carolina. Istace, 17, has grown up around the golf course and his hard work has paid off with a golf scholarship to Columbia International…

Town asking citizens for input on green space beside O’Connor Park

Suggested uses include a basketball court, tennis court, unsupervised miniature golf course, beach volleyball court, bocce ball or lawn bowling court, or an open green space

Town asking citizens for input on green space beside O’Connor ParkKenneth Brown of The Clarion The Town of Kindersley is looking to use a parcel of green space adjacent to O’Connor Park and town officials are asking citizens to provide their ideas. O’Connor Park is a green space in Rosedale located east of Thomson Drive and within O’Connor Crescent. The town is hoping to get…

A seagoing golfer’s dream

One Ocean Expeditions’ Fiddles and Sticks tour combines iconic East Coast golf with great outdoor adventure and local culture

A seagoing golfer’s dreamWe’re smashing through the waves toward shore in our Zodiac. Heads lowered, shoulders braced against the wind, salt air stings the nostrils. The beach lies just ahead. We’re ready for any action. Golf action, in this case. We’re the shock troops of One Ocean Expeditions hitting the beach on Cape Breton Island in what can…

KCS celebrates student achievements

The Governor General Award given to the top student from 2017 went to Mallory Fries

KCS celebrates student achievementsThe Kindersley Composite School held its annual awards’ presentations Friday morning with student’s receiving recognition for their academic and athletic success. One of the top awards given out each year is the Governor General Award given to the top student from 2017. This year’s recipient was Mallory Fries. School and Community Council Academic Achievement Awards…

The Slaughter at Shinnecock … or why Phil Mickelson was right

The United States Open is supposed to be a tough but honest test of golf. Instead, it has become a travesty

The Slaughter at Shinnecock … or why Phil Mickelson was rightAs far as Phil Mickelson is concerned, the GA in USGA probably stands for “god awful.” In his putting protest against course conditions in round three of this year’s men’s U.S. Open (run by the United States Golf Association), Mickelson pitted his sterling reputation against the prestige of the USGA. It was a pyrrhic victory…

Coin flip decides tournament champions

The West Central Saskatchewan Oilmen’s Association 42nd annual golf tournament ended in a tie

Coin flip decides tournament championsClarion Staff The West Central Saskatchewan Oilmen’s Association (WCSOA) has held its 42nd annual golf tournament, and it ended in a tie at the top of the leaderboard. Teams of two golfers gathered at the Kindersley Regional Park & Golf Course on May 26 for the WCSOA tournament. A total of 68 teams and 136…

Tiger Woods and golf’s moral dilemma

Tiger Woods is back and the crowds are gathering to show their appreciation, in spite of his checkered personal past

Tiger Woods and golf’s moral dilemmaIt’s hard to find someone who doesn’t disapprove of his antics away from the office. Women, in general, can’t stand him. Despite all this, we can’t take our eyes off him. Donald Trump? Maybe. But the description could also apply to Tiger Woods, the greatest golfer ever, who has made one of the more improbable…

2017 Year in Review – Part 2

A look at the events and news in Kindersley and region from May through early October

2017 Year in Review – Part 2May 10 What do you get when you have a retired chemist, an elderly playboy and four menopausal women in the same play? You get a whole bunch of hilarity on the stage. Members of the Kindersley Players proved just that with five performances over two weeks of a play titled “Sex Please, We’re Sixty”…

Full meal deal: sports world serves up plenty of intrigue

What does 2018 hold? Forgettable Olympics, NHL incompetence (followed by NFL incompetence), Blue Jay uncertainty and golf mysteries, for a start

Full meal deal: sports world serves up plenty of intrigueThe 2018 sports year begins with a bowl (of the college football variety) but the full table setting lies ahead. What courses are being prepared? Let’s look at some of the most challenging stories ahead. Dents in the shield In 2017, the National Football League fought Donald Trump and President Trump won. Okay, the American…

Tiger tees up a debate about juiced golf balls

On the verge of another comeback, the once-dominant Woods wants to level the fairway by mandating a tamer ball

Tiger tees up a debate about juiced golf ballsIt will be eight years this U.S. Thanksgiving since the golf shot heard around the world. Hard to believe it’s been that long since Tiger Woods’ wife Elin practised her short game on the back of his car in response to his infidelity. Things have only gotten tougher for Tiger since that ill-fated night. Injuries…