Boys golf

Tyler Stene was named a regional award recipient by the PGA of B.C. for his efforts to build the game at the Prince Rupert Golf Course.

Golf pro seeing green — and now gold — in local golf scene

Tyler Stene is the winner of a PGA of B.C. award for his work growing the game in Prince Rupert

 

Prince Rupert’s golf course will be operating at half capacity until Friday due to aeration. (Jenna Cocullo / The Northern View)

Availability at Prince Rupert Golf Club cut in half

Greens aeration means closure for part of the course

 

Despite dealing with a depleted grounds crew this summer, Slocombe and the rest of the greenskeepers have kept the Prince Rupert golf course in quality order. (Alex Kurial / The Northern View)

MVP: The grass is always greener — thanks to golf course grounds crew

Grant Slocombe helps maintain —and even finds some time to play — the Prince Rupert Golf Course

 

The Prince Rupert Golf Course. (Alex Kurial / The Northern View)

KURIAL: A defence of the golf course

Golf club offers a number of benefits to Prince Rupert, and is a space we should work to maintain

The Prince Rupert Golf Course. (Alex Kurial / The Northern View)
VIDEO: Tyler Stene’s youth golf programs snagging future pros with enthusiastic approach

VIDEO: Tyler Stene’s youth golf programs snagging future pros with enthusiastic approach

Stene, or “Mr. Golf Man” to his students, is excited about the youth golf landscape in Prince Rupert

VIDEO: Tyler Stene’s youth golf programs snagging future pros with enthusiastic approach
Tyler Stene helps lines up a shot at the driving station during his SNAG class at Annunciation School. (Alex Kurial / The Northern View)

Tyler Stene at the forefront of Prince Rupert youth golf push

Starting New At Golf program offers kids an engaging introuduction to the sport

Tyler Stene helps lines up a shot at the driving station during his SNAG class at Annunciation School. (Alex Kurial / The Northern View)
Rainmakers wrap up final day of provincial golf championship

Rainmakers wrap up final day of provincial golf championship

Arlen Des Champ leads the way for the Rainmakers in their long awaited return to the tournament

Rainmakers wrap up final day of provincial golf championship
Charles Hays Secondary School golf program, from left to right, Jonathan Pirillo, Liam McChesney, Kaiden Munro, Gavin McNeice and Noah Aceto, missing, Arlen Deschamp and Nick Pirillo. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)

Prince Rupert golfers taste provincials for first time in years

Rainmaker Arlen Deschamp sits in 10th place after Day One

Charles Hays Secondary School golf program, from left to right, Jonathan Pirillo, Liam McChesney, Kaiden Munro, Gavin McNeice and Noah Aceto, missing, Arlen Deschamp and Nick Pirillo. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)
Charles Hays Secondary School student Liam McChesney smashes his ball off the tee deck during a competition against peers on May 16 for the final spot on the provincial team. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)

Prince Rupert to send a high school golf team to provincials

For the first time in more than six years, Charles Hays Secondary School has a golf club

Charles Hays Secondary School student Liam McChesney smashes his ball off the tee deck during a competition against peers on May 16 for the final spot on the provincial team. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)