April 9th Chase the Ace Results

Monday evening, April 9th saw our first Chase the Ace draw held at the clubhouse.  We had a good number of members and non members on hand to witness our first draw.  Ticket draw was held at 8:15 and shown live on our Facebook.  The weekly winner was Jamie and Kim Carter.  They won $161.00. The Carter’s were not in attendance so the Ticket master Daryl McCully, drew the 5 of clubs.  Since the pot did not go this week, next week’s pot is a minimum of $701.25.  If the Ace of Clubs is drawn next week and if our sales are the same or similar, the pot will be over $900.  

Chase the Ace Rules



86 Golf Course Road, Petitcodiac, NB  E4Z 6H4


  1.  Ticket sales and draws will be held each Monday at the Petitcodiac Valley Golf and Country Club at above noted address.  Tickets will be sold on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday  from 10 am until 6 pm.  Thursday ticket sales shall be from 10 am until 10 pm.  On Monday (draw day) sales will be from 10 am until 8 pm.  Draw to be held at 8:15.
  2. Two part tickets will be sold at a cost of $2 each; 3 for $5; 10 for $10.  Ticket sales are restricted to those 19 years of age or older.
  3. Distribution of weekly ticket sales shall be:
  4.  20% to Petitcodiac Boys and Girls Club (The House project)
  5. 20% to winning ticket holder
  6. 25% to the accumulated Prize Pot
  7. 35% to Petitcodiac Valley Golf and Country Club
  8.  Each Monday, one winning ticket will be drawn from that week’s ticket sales.  The holder of the winning ticket will win 20% of the total week’s sales plus a chance to draw for the Ace of Clubs accumulated pot.
  9. A standard deck of 52 cards will be used with the Ace of Clubs being revealed before each draw.  Once an individual ticket has been drawn, the deck will be shuffled, the cards placed face down (fanned out) on the table  and the ticket holder has the opportunity to draw for the Ace of Clubs.  If the Ace of Clubs is not drawn, that card is torn in half and the ticket holder is awarded the 20% of weekly sales.  The deck will be secured and locked onsite at the Petitcodiac Valley Golf and Country Club.  This will continue until the Ace of Clubs is drawn.

Since our time noted for the Chase the Ace is only for 34 weeks, in the event that the Ace of Clubs has not be drawn on or before November 26, the draw shall be continuous on November 26 until the Ace is drawn.  All ticket holders who do not draw the Ace will share equally  in the 20% normally allocated to the winning ticker holder while the ticket holder who

2017 Golf Fore the Cure

Another great year for the Golf For The Cure! Thank you to all the ladies who came out and attended and thank you to our kitchen staff for a fantastic job.  This is the 14th year for our ladies to hold this Golf for the Cure event at our club. It is also the 14th Year for Golf Canada to partner with the Canadian Cancer Society and spearhead the events. In the 14 years locally, provincially, and nationally, Golf For the Cure has raised $5.9 million for Breast Cancer awareness and research. Money raised in NB goes to the NB Branch of the Cancer Society. A second objective is to introduce new ladies to the game of golf.


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2017 Club Mixed, Ladies, Mens’ and Senior Mens’ Championship Results

Congratulations to the team of Brent Matheson and Laura Wesselius, who were the winners of the annual Club Mixed Championship ⛳.After 18 holes, they were tied with the team of Roger & Tracy Sears with scores of 73. This forced a play-off on hole #1, where Brent and Laura easily won with a good second shot onto the green and sunk the putt for birdie! ️‍♂️.

Low Gross of the Field: Laura Wesselius & Brent Matheson 1st Gross: Lisa Gay & Rick Howatt 2nd Gross: Garda Crossman & Byron Stoyles 3rd Gross: Heather Keith & Larry Surrette 4th Gross: Erma Gray & Bruce Goodwin Low Net of the Field: Tracy  & Roger Sears 1st Net: Janet & Mike Farrell;. 2nd Net: JoAnne & John Thorne 3rd Net: Rhonda Bursey & Gordie Crossmam 4th Net: Joan & Richard Keith
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Congratulations to our newly crowned Ladies Club Champion, Lisa Gay, who shot a 2-day total of 170 (86+84).
Our Low Net of the Field Champion is Myrna Martin with the 2-day Net score of 132. Well done, Ladies!!

 First Division:  1st Gross: Garda Crossman (174), 2nd Gross: Heather Keith (185),  1st Net: Tracy Sears (143), 2nd Net: Susan Chambers (145)

 Second Division:  1st Gross: Marion Plume (194),  2nd Gross: Sue Stark (198),  1st Net: Janet Farrell (135),  2nd Net: Lana Manuge (137)

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Congratulations to our 2017 Men’s Club Champion, Rick Howatt, who put together two great rounds of 75 & 73 for the win!  Low net of the field went to Gene Crossman with a 2-day Net score of 132.
Other winners:
First Division:  1st Gross: Braedan Burgess (151),  2nd Gross: Brent Matheson (153),  1st Net: Ron Barter (136),  2nd Net: Roger Sears (137)
Second Division:  1st Gross: Aaron Stiles (162),  2nd Gross: Clyde Hicks (167),  1st Net: Albert Rogers (134),  2nd Net: Earl Lane (137)

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Here are the results for the Glen Cooper Senior Men’s Club Championship. Thank you to everyone who came out, and a special congratulations to Brent Matheson and Ed Farrell as the Gross and Net Champions!
 First Division: 1st Gross: Ken Hopper (153)  2nd Gross: Mike McQuinn (155) 3rd Gross: Ken Martin (158) 1st Net: Warren Hansen (133) 2nd Net: Brian McMackin (139) 3rd Net: Dave Little (140)

Second Division: 1st Gross: Rick McQuinn (165) 2nd Gross: Mike Farrell (175) 3rd Gross: Peter Moore (177) 1st Net: Albert Rogers (136) 2nd Net: Gordon Crossman (137) Bill MacDonald (141)

Pre Authorized Payment Plan

As we near the end of a great season at our Club, we are beginning to focus on the 2017 season. The pre authorized payment plan will be offered once again, as an option to pay for your 2017 membership. Beginning in November of 2016 and ending in April 2017, six monthly payments are processed on either your credit card or your bank account. The added bonus is that you pay 2016 rates for your 2017 membership. You simply provide Sharon Chase with either your credit card number, or a voided cheque. Sharon will be at the Club from 10:00 A.M.until 5:00 P.M. on Saturday. 

In talking with members who took advantage of the pre authorized payment plan last year, in their words ” it is the only way to go”. For those of you that take advantage of the program a draw will be done in the spring, for a golf shirt from our Pro Shop.


2016 Season Coming to An End

The 2016 golf season may be coming to an end but the last few weeks have certainly been busy ones at PVGCC.


The “Wally Harper Tournament” was held on September 12, 2016 with a field of 77 golfers. Guy McKnight of Country Meadows took top honours with a score of 71.

PVGCC’s Laura Wesselius participated in the “Maple Leaf Junior Golf Tour’s International Team Challenge” in Welland Ontario in September.  Laura had rounds of 78 – 80, for a 36 hole total of 158. Laura finished in 9th place, 9 strokes back. 

On September 24th the annual Fall Scramble was held with 120 ladies participating. We had 18 clubs represented as well as 4 public players. Low Gross of the field was won by Vicky Haddad and Jennifer Hyett of Country Medows with a score of 71. PVCGCC’s own Pat Robinson and Lana Manuge took the Low Net of the Field honours with a score of 53.



 The “Rick Middleton Celebrity Golf Classic” in partnership with Burgess Transportation Services, was held at the Club on Saturday, October 1, 2016. The field consisted of 18 teams, who were treated to great conditions, and a beautiful day! The winning foursome with a gross score of minus 11, were Scott Burgess, Braeden Burgess, Andrew Steeves and Wayne Chambers. All participants were treated to a great “Hot Stove” prior to a delicious roast beef dinner.  Rick Middleton really enjoyed being driven around in one of Terry Alwards  “official” Boston Bruin golf carts! 





The “Petitcodiac Valley Golf & Country Club 3 Man Scramble” was held on October 8/16 with 40 Teams, from 13 Clubs participating. Four teams were tied @ 62 – 9 under par, after 18 holes of play. All four teams went to # 7 for the shootout, with no team putting a ball on the green after the first round! On their second attempt the team of Strang, Middleton and Pitman from Sussex/Fundy won the tournament!




12th Annual Golf Draw


Tickets are now available at the Club house, or by calling 372-5044, for the PVGCC Annual Golf Draw.

Only 150 tickets to be sold

Cost : $100 and each ticket includes a Free Green Fee

 First Prize:    $5000.00 (or 35% of ticket sales)

Second Prize:   1 Year Membership PVGCC (or $400)

Third Prize:    Green Fee Package (10 Rounds or $200)

14 Other Prizes ( every 10th name drawn)

1 Green Fee with Each Ticket (Value $35.00)

Draw: October 15, 2016 at Petitcodiac Golf Club

             6:00pm Dinner for Each Ticket Holder

              Additional Dinner Tickets: $15.00 each

All Proceeds to Support Equipment Building Fund