In , the interprovincial team matches, which had begun in , and held 27 times until , between teams from Ontario and Quebec , but then dropped,  were resumed with the start of the Willingdon Cup competition, playing for a cup donated by the Governor General, Lord Willingdon. Richard Ehrmanntraut Daniel O'Neill Amateur and Canadian Amateur titles: The Canadian Amateur Championship , begun in , is the men's amateur golf championship of Canada. Views Read Edit View history. Doug Roxburgh won his first of four crowns in Lyon would win a total of eight Canadian titles, which is still a record,  and he also won the gold medal at golf in the St.
A History , by James A. A new trophy was then provided, the Earl Grey Cup. Jim Nelford won two in a row from —, then narrowly missed a third in , when he lost to Rod Spittle , who won two in a row. Golf at that time was a relatively new game for the immigrant Indo Canadian community.
Jim Nelford won two in a row from —, then narrowly missed a third in , when he lost to Rod Spittle , who won two in a row. No Championships due to World War I. Gary Cowan Bob Mase The original cup was retained by Lyon, but was eventually lost. Nick Weslock waited until age 40 to win the first of his four titles in A History , by James A.