September 19, 2013

horton smithThe green jacket owned by Horton Smith, winner of the first Masters Tournament in 1934, has been sold in an online auction for $682,229.45—the highest price ever for a piece of golf memorabilia.

TOS-262-Atha -E-WJ-JonesTo raise public awareness of trees in Moose Jaw, Sask., the city is calling for nominations for Trees of Significance.

photoJordan Collins is this year’s Canadian Golf Superintendents Association (CGSA) Future Superintendent of the Year, selected for his strong commitment to both his studies and the success of Alberta’s Olds College Turf Club.

bigstock-Holland-park-32704457Surrey, B.C., citizens who are found illegally cutting down protected trees within the city will be given tickets by bylaw officers.

bigstock-Toronto--August---Grounds-C-10166618By 2018, Toronto’s Rogers Centre will have replaced the artificial turf field with natural grass, forcing Canadian Football League’s (CFL’s) Toronto Argonauts to find a new home.