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Cameron Watt - Assistant Superintendent


Cameron joins us from Kananaskis Country Golf Course following the worst flood in Alberta history as it ravaged through both Mt.Kidd & Mt. Lorette courses to pretty much destroy everything in its path; it took one day to tear the courses apart. Cameron was the assistant superintendent at Mt. Kidd for 15 months and during his time they had just re-done 29 of the 36 greens. “It is heartbreaking to see the courses in this condition.” 


     Before Redwoods: 

Cameron’s passion for golf began at age 13 where he first picked up the game and has never looked back. When Cam was 16 he started working at a local course in Kelowna; Shadow Ridge as a cart washer & outside services where he remained through high school. After graduation, Cam was ready for more responsibilities; he found a place on the maintenance team at Sunset Ranch for his first experiences in turf care. After 1 year of turf care he was hooked and felt the desire to pursue an education in horticulture; he moved out to Langley for a 2-year program at Kwantlan in turf management. Heading home for the summer Cam landed himself a job at Predator Ridge where he became the lead foreman for 4 years following graduation. Following Predator Ridge, he relocated to Two Eagles Golf Course for 5 years as the assistant superintendent and in 2012 the opportunity was offered to move to the beautiful Kananaskis country for a position as assistant superintendent at Mt. Kidd. 

     Outside of Work: 

Cameron’s passion is golf and still enjoys a great round when not on the course working. Away from the golf course Cam also enjoys a number of other activities; as a teenager in Kelowna he spent a great amount of time on the mountains snowboarding; Big White was his preferred choice! From outside to inside, it turns out Cam has expressed his excitement to be back in an area with a number of curling clubs as he really appreciates a good curling match. 

A man’s best friend, if Cam could do all of these activities with his dog Baxter he would but during summer he spends his time with Baxter on hiking adventures. 





Langley's Sue Kim wins first Symetra Tour event 

Langley's Sue Kim watches her putt.

Photograph by: Ward Perrin, PNG

Langley's Sue Kim won her first Symetra Tour event in grand style Sunday, firing a final round nine-under 63 and then birdieing the first playoff hole to beat American Laura Kueny.


Kim, a former B.C. Junior Girls champion, earned $15,000 for her win at the Decatur-Forsyth Classic in Decatur, Ill. She finished the event at 10-under par.

Sunday's bogey-free 63 included nine birdies for Kim, who had started the final round tied for 36th.

The Symetra Tour is the official developmental tour of the LPGA Tour. The top 10 finishers on its money list at year's end earn full playing privileges on the 2014 LPGA Tour.

The win moved Kim into the top spot on the money list with nearly $32,000.

Kim has conditional status on this year's LPGA Tour.



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There's a new government in Victoria and taxpayers are scrambling to answer the question: What does this mean for me?

Join Canadian Taxpayer Federation B.C. Director Jordan Bateman, along with CTF President Troy Lanigan and CTF VP Communications Scott Hennig, as we break down the election's ramifications for taxpayers, examine the challenges facing the Premier and Cabinet and look at what the next four years could hold for those of us paying the government's bills. 

We'll recap our work in 2012-13 and how we have tangibly saved taxpayers hundreds of millions of dollars this year along.

Plus a special appearance by the CTF's ultimate icon - the famed Debt Clock.

Last year's first-ever CTF B.C. fundraiser was a smash success - great outdoor venue, gorgeous summer weather, delicious barbecue steak buffet, down-to-earth people, and brass tacks conversations on how governments tax and send us. This year is going to be even better.

Tee off made fun


How often do you get to swing a golf club, and get rewarded if your ball hits someone? Well, that's going to be the case at the annual Greater Langley Chamber of Commerce golf tournament happening at The Redwoods golf course today (Thursday).

There are 144 golfers participating, including Township Mayor Jack Froese and outgoing Langley City Mayor Peter Fassbender. They tee off on a designated hole (Peter is hole 15, Jack is hole 3, and where their ball lands, a bigger than life-sized cutout will be erected.

All golfers are then encouraged to hit the mayors - or at least the cutouts. If they do, their name is entered to win a pair of passes to golf Redwood again.

This is one of the many fun aspects of the annual Texas-scramble tournament that tees off at 11 a.m.

Even before tee-off, however, all golfers have a chance to win a gift basket from the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Langley. Each player is given a ball, and the first putt into the hole wins.

It's a new, fun, and interesting way to kick off the day-long fundraising and networking event, said chamber event organizer Jaclyn Van Den Berg, who noted a barbecue and awards ceremony (emceed by none other than Jim McGregor) will once again follow the day on the course.

Now, speaking of chamber happenings, on a more serious note the business organization is holding its annual general meeting and election of officers next Tuesday, June 18, at Cascades Casino. Can't believe Angie Quaale's term as president is already over.

Stay tuned for a full list of the chamber's new board of directors next week.

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By Gary Ahuja - Langley TimesWGSS Team
Published: May 31, 2013, 10:00 AM 
Updated: June 04, 2013 9:13 AM


At the start of the season, the Walnut Grove Gators set out a goal of qualifying for the B.C. provincial high school championships. And the team of five golfers achieved that goal.

The Gators show a combined 620 over the two-day championships which were held at Courtney's Crown Isle Resort and Golf Community on May 28 and 29. They finished five strokes back of the winners, the St. Georges Saints. Even more impressive for Walnut Grove was the fact the team did not even win either the Upper Fraser Valley or Fraser Valley championship, finishing runner-up both times.

"Their focus was to qualify for the provincials," said Walnut Grove coach Dana Ferguson.

"But once we got there, we figured we had a good chance to place well.

"The boys were disappointed that we didn't win."

The Gators were three shots back and in third place after the opening day before moving up to the second spot.

"It was a very good result, but when you are that close, the boys were disappointed they couldn't find those extra strokes to win," Ferguson said.

Leading the way for the team of five golfers was James Kim, who shot a combined 6-over par 150 for the 36 holes. The Grade 9 golfer's result was good enough to tie him for sixth place. Only one golfer finished below par. The rest of the Walnut Grove team is made up of Tony Ko and Ryan Janes — who are both in Grade 12 — Grade 11 golfer Trevor Whiton and Grade 8 golfer Jae Wook Lee. All five are members of the Redwoods Junior Golf program.