2024 Host Site Confirmed: Barrhead Golf Club to host Alberta Men’s Mid-Amateur Championship

Alberta Golf (Barrhead) – The 2024 Alberta Men’s Mid-Amateur Championship heads north west of Edmonton to the Barrhead Golf Club July 16-18. The 18-hole championship golf course was designed by renowned architect Les Furber and has been included as part of Golf Digest’s “Best Places to Play” list for three years.

It’s the first time since 2001 that Barrhead has hosted a provincial championship when Barrett Jarosch won the U19 Boys Championship. Ironically the defending champion of the Alberta Men’s Mid-Am is Jarosch who outlasted Ryan Werre in a thrilling playoff last summer on his home course of Winderemere Golf and Country Club in Edmonton to take the title.

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2023 Alberta Men’s Mid-Amateur champion Barrett Jarosch

Barrhead Head Professional Kevin Lynes is excited to host some of the best competitors in the province.

“We are looking forward to working with Alberta Golf in Hosting some of the best players 25 and older in the province,” Lynes said. “It has been over 20 years since we’ve hosted a Championship and everyone here is excited to put on a memorable event.”

The Alberta Men’s Mid-Amateur Championship has been played since 1986, first being won by Alberta Golf Hall of Famer Ken Tamke.