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| 2023 Top 100 Program Points
Born in Wainwright Alberta, Doug Lecuyer has been a Member of the PGA of Canada since 1982. Doug was a talented Junior Golfer and a gifted hockey player and followed the hockey avenue first despite his prodigious talent at golf, becoming a professional hockey player in the NHL from 1978-1983 playing for the Chicago Blackhawks, Pittsburgh Penguins & Winnipeg Jets. Doug returned to Golf following his hockey career and had a 30+ year career as a Club and Teaching Professional in Alberta and British Columbia.
Doug has had an extremely storied tournament career as a Junior and Professional, both Provincially and Nationally, with too many results to note all. Some of his most noteworthy results are:
> Alberta Junior Champion ’73, ’74 & ‘76
> Alberta Men’s Amateur Champion in ’75 at only 17 years old
> Won the PGA of Canada Assistants’ Championship in 1983 at St. Charles G&CC in Manitoba
> Played in The Canadian Open in 1984
> Winner of the PGA of Alberta Championship in ‘84, ‘85 & ‘86
> 5-time Edmonton Open Champion in ’75, ’80, ’81, ’84 & ’85
> Team Member of Alberta’s Willingdon Cup Team in ’77, ’79 & ’81
> Team Member of Alberta’s Titleist Cup Winning Team in ’96 & Member of the ’98 Team
Doug’s Club Professional career was mostly spent in Northern Alberta with lengthy stints at: Hinton GC where he spent 15 years at the Head Professional & during the large transition from a 9-hole course to full length 18-hole course), 7 years as the Assistant Professional at The Links of Spruce Grove, 9 years as the Teaching Professional at Lewis Estates G&CC & 2 years as the Head Professional of Eagle Point Golf Resort in Kamloops, BC.
In 2019, Doug received Life Member status with the PGA of Canada after being a Class “A” Member for over 30 years.
In 2022, Doug became the fourth Member to receive the PGA of Alberta Lifetime Achievement Award in the Player Pillar, joining fellow Members, Henry Martell, Frank Fowler & the late Bud Loftus.