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Life Member

Born July 2, 1939, Gene Feschuk became a Member of the Canadian Professional Golfers’ Association in 1975, joining in Saskatchewan on his own through the Association’s Apprenticeship Program.

For several years contemplated golf as a profession but never stayed in the program long enough to complete his Apprenticeship.

In 1982, Gene formally reinstated to the CPGA and has remained a Member ever since. Following the completion of his Class A Exam, Gene accepted the role as Head Professional at the Stony Plain Golf Crouse in Stony Plain, Alberta. He remained at Stony Plain for six years before moving over to the Indian Lakes Golf Course in nearby Spruce Grove. After three seasons, Gene began making his way further south and joined the Olds Golf Club in 1994 as Head Professional, a position he would assume until 1999.

At sixty years of age, Gene decided to make a move to Saskatchewan and since 2000 has been back and forth, finally settling in Edmonton and joining the Highlands Golf Club where he spends most of his days, playing on average four times a week.

A regular participant in the Provincial Seniors’ Championship, winning the event in back to back years in 1995 and 1996, Gene was nominated to the Life Category of Membership with the Canadian Professional Golfers’ Association in 2007.