UNITED STATES - CANADA
GOLFING FELLOWSHIP OF ROTARIANS
The International Golfing Fellowship of Rotarians started in 1964 in St Andrews, Scotland and will host it's 57th world championship in Marrakech, Morocco in 2021. The championship consists of a practice round, Team Fellowship Competition and three scoring rounds. The Stableford point system is used for scoring all division expect for Division I which is based on Gross Scores.
In addition to the World Championship, countries including USA, Canada, Australia, Europe, India, Africa, Scotland also host championships in their individual countries. All of the tournaments are open to Rotarian Golfers, Partners and Guests of all handicap levels. The goal is to foster friendship and fun at the tournaments. You can learn more about these championships in this section of the website.
The United States - Canada Golfing Fellowship of Rotarians (USCGFR) will host in 31st championship in Niagara-on-the-Lake, Canada 2021. The current policy of the USCGFR Board is to rotate the venues among the geographic regions within United States and Canada. The golf is organized with at least one practice round and three scoring rounds. We use the Stableford point system for scoring for the various divisions of skill and place maximum value on making new friends playing together as teams and as individuals. We have the usual flag raising and opening ceremony and a closing awards banquet. These events are tastefully informal and focused on fun and fellowship.