Ottawa Valley Golf Association
Hall of Fame
Category: Player (Amateur/Professional)
Golf Club Affiliation(s):
Riverbend Golf Club, Rideau View Golf Club and Camelot Golf & Country Club
Lee's amateur career includes 3 Golf Quebec Junior Match Play, 1 Golf Quebec Junior Amateur, 3 Golf Quebec Alexander of Tunis, 1 Golf Quebec Amateur and 2 Golf Quebec Duke of Kent Championships.
Locally in the Ottawa Valley Golf Association, Lee as a junior won the Junior City & District Match Play (1995) and the City & District Junior Championships (1996) as well as the City & District Men's "A" Class Championship (1998).
Lee Curry was named the Golf Quebec Player of the Year in 2001 and the Ottawa Sports Award winner in the Golfer category in 2001 and 2002.
Turning professional in 2003, Lee has carried on from his successful amateur career.
He has to his credit a Great Lakes Tour win in 2005, two Rideau View Invitational Pro-Am wins in 2005 and 2006, a Golf Quebec Spring Open win in 2010, and a PGA of Canada, Canada Cup win in 2015.
Within the PGA of Canada - Ottawa Zone, Lee has an impressive record with 6 Zone Championships, 1 Zone Assistant's Championship, 1 Zone Summer Open Championship, 3 Zone Match Play Championships, and 2 Zone Pro-Pro Championships with Bob Flaro and Bill Keating.
Lee is currently the Teaching Professional at the Camelot Golf & Country Club in the Cumberland Sector of the City of Ottawa.
With all of his golf successes and the fame and attention that go with it, Lee Curry has managed to stay grounded and he will be the first to tell you that he is just Lee Curry - from Richmond, Ontario.
"To say that Lee Curry has been a good amateur golfer
would be a huge understatement."
Flagstick Golf Magazine May, 2003 Profile by Scott MacLeod