Celebrate His Induction with Steve Davies

Montréal, August 7, 2023 - Golf Québec is pleased to announce that tickets are now on sale for Steve Davies's induction dinner on Thursday, August 31, at The Royal Montreal Golf Club.
The well-known golfer is the 38th inductee into the Québec Golf Hall of Fame. More information on the event is available on Golf Genius where you can also get your tickets. We invite you to come and celebrate the event in large numbers.
Steve Davies’s Biography
A member of the Dufferin Heights Club (1972-82) and the Cedarhill Club (1982-86), Mr. Davies joined the Royal Montreal Golf Club in 1987, where he is still highly respected for his golfing skills and his presence on and off the course.
Mr. Davies dominated the competitive amateur scene from 1987 to 2002. With thirteen victories on the Men's Provincial Amateur Tour, he shares the record of three match play titles with Bob Mailloux and with Marc-Étienne Bussières who is now a professional. He also shares the record of four titles at the Men's Provincial Amateur Championship with the event's first ever winner, G.A. Hutton of Beaconsfield. Mr. Davies was honoured as Golf Québec's Golfer of the Year in 1987, 1989, and 1991. He won the Spring Open at Beaconsfield in 1991 and was the top amateur in 1988. Winner of the Duke of Kent in 1993, he was also runner-up at the Canadian Men’s Amateur Championship in 1991 and 1998.
He was also a member of the Willingdon Cup teams that represented the province at the Canadian Amateur Championships in 1984, 1988, 1989, 1991, 1992, 1993, and 2002, tying him with Tommy Riddell for 3rd place among players who have been on the most teams. He is second only to Québec Golf Hall of Famers Graham Cooke (27 amateur teams) and Pierre Archambault (9 amateur teams) in this ranking. He also represented Canada with teams that travelled to the amateur championships in Chile, Argentina, and Australia.
Born in Montréal, Mr. Davies is also involved in the golf industry as the Owner and Operator of Jancor Agencies, the exclusive Canadian distributor for SkyCaddie and many other leading golf brands.
Mr. Davies was elected to the Québec Golf Hall of Fame in the Player category.
About the Québec Golf Hall of Fame
The Québec Golf Association’s Hall of Fame was conceived by three past presidents of the QGA, Larry Boyle, Maurice Dagenais and Roger Legault. Their desire was to pay homage to the many great Québec players and builders who have distinguished themselves provincially, nationally or internationally. A general consultation process began as various groups were asked to identify different personalities who might be honoured. Next, a selection committee was established with a mandate to evaluate the proposed candidates and determine those that would be elected for the inaugural ceremony in 1996.
About Golf Québec – Initiate passions, build dreams
Founded in 1920, Golf Québec is the provincial sport federation whose mission is to increase participation in golf and develop excellence. Golf Québec provides discovery and introduction programs such as First Tee – Premier départ Québec as well as core services such as the Rules of Golf, Course Ratings, World Handicap System, and the Québec Golf Hall of Fame. In addition, Golf Québec conducts regional and provincial championships to bring the local golf enthusiasts to surpass themselves and eventually reach the upper spheres of professional tours. For more information, please visit https://www.golfquebec.org.
Jean-Pierre Beaulieu, Executive Director
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