Formed in 1948, The Ottawa Valley Golf Association (OVGA) is a non-profit organization committed to promoting the growth and development of golf in the Ottawa Valley Region. Supported by Golf Québec, Golf Ontario, and Golf Canada, the OVGA is responsible for golf tournaments, junior programs, handicap supervision, the rules of golf, and course rating in the district.

In these efforts, the OVGA supports and works with its approximately 80 member clubs and is proud and appreciative of its 4,000 boys, girls, women, and men that participate in and volunteer for our competitions.

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Results: OVGA Cup

Tom Vezina’s round of 72 (2 over) was able to nip Kurtis Barkley by 1 shot to capture the OVGA Cup Championship. However, it was Jimmy Jozwiak winning the season-long OVGA Order of Merit Championship. In the Senior Men’s division, Tom Henderson of Smith Falls edged Dru Lafave by a single shot, but it was OVGA Director Tom Hossfeld accumulating enough points to win the Senior Order of Merit Championship.


In the women’s division, Susan Pearl from Rideau View fired a great round of 75 to beat out Diane Dolan from Hylands who finished a single shot back at 76. Lise Jubinville won the season-long OVGA Order of Merit Championship thanks to her great play in many events over the season.

Results:  Men's  I  Women's


Results: Ryder Cup

Men`s and Women`s Ryder Cup results.

News: Handicap Seminar - World Handicap System Coming into Affect in 2020

Golf Ontario and Golf Quebec will be partnering to present a World Handicap System certification seminar at the Ottawa Hunt & Golf Club on Tuesday October 8th from 5 to 9 pm. Cost is $35.


We look forward to seeing a good crowd as every club should have at least one person certified in this new World Handicap System which comes into effect in January 2020.

Results: Men's Masters

Two men finished up in a tie for 1st place with scores of 73. Ron Dolinki battled Tom Hossfeld, and Ron won on the second playoff hole, winning on his home turf. The OVGA Order of Merit standings were finalized for qualifying into the season-ending OVGA Cup to be held at Kanata Golf Club on Sept 22, with Tom Hossfeld in the lead.

Results: Ethel Ferguson

The team from Hylands was the winner of this year's Ethel Ferguson tournament with a team total of 70 points. Congratulations to Judy Collins, Danielle Zion and Sandra Chenard. The team from eQuinelle finished second with 67 points and the Ottawa Hunt was third with 63 points. A big thanks to the folks at Mississippi for hosting this year.

Results: Women's 4-Ball

It was a long day for the ladies 4-Ball tournament today with a 2-hour weather delay in the middle of the event. The team of Diane Dolan and Teri De Luis were the winners of the A flight coming in at -2, followed closely, by one stroke, by Judy Collins and Chantale Belley. The B flight winners were Yinka Aiyede and Lise Proulx with a score of +2. In the C flight, Gisele Savoie and Lianne Learmonth finished tied with Joan Barriault and Jill Finlin and the Savoie/Learmonth team came out on top after a sudden death playoff.

Results: City & District Championship

One of the most longest standing golf championships in the region, didn't disappoint. After 2 warm days at the exceptional facilities of eQuinelle and Eagle Creek Golf Club, 3 champions were crowned.


In the women's A division, Lilian Klekner-Alt of Camelot came from behind, with birdies on the last two holes at Eagle Creek to win by 1 short over Lise Jubinville of Hylands. Also awarded were the B Division winners, in which Suzanne LeClair of Club de Golf Ile de Montreal and Denis Tremblay of Smiths Falls took home the respective Women's and Men's titles.


The top 24 and ties of the Men's A Division moved on to Camelot Golf & Country Club where Ryan Sevigny of Eagle Creek maintained his wire to wire win with a final round 72 to finish four under par over the three days.

Full results:  Men's  I  Women's



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