About 10 yrs. ago, my family and I met a real character…. Scott Dougan, a sheet metal worker from Van. Island who was working on the Red Mt. Condo construction project and other projects in the area. “Doogie”, as we affectionately called him, was here for the whole summer and, being an avid golfer, played
My story is quite simple. I was born in Rossland and grew up there until our parents had the audacity to move to Vancouver; wrenching us along with them. Two months after graduating from school I was back in town working at cominco. I worked the shifts in order to get more skiing done. During
For the last 20 years I have lived in an Iconic place. Rossland BC. You would think that living in a town of 3,900 people would be boring and routine. It’s not, partly because of a rich history, rich amenities and partly the people. Rossland is a small Adventure Town but it’s part of a
We have our 8th Annual Maglio Contractor’s Tournament on Thursday August 13th. It is a 3pm shotgun best ball scramble. It is a great time with tons of prizes. This year Maglio Building Centre Trail has come through again bringing Makita, Steel craft, DeWalt and many more as prize sponsors. We also have all our
So being in Rossland there’s a bit of a ski culture to the community. With that being the case I want to share a way to use some of your skiing skills to improve your golf game. We’re going to focus on how we balance, more specifically where we distribute our weight on the soles
Tagged under: The inside edge on a better swing.
Wednesday, 15 July 2015 by firstname.lastname@example.org
Are you a golfer who loves their woods but has always struggled with your irons and wedges. Your woods love to be swept off the turf. Swinging with a shallow angle of attack, where the club-head catches up to your hands, can work really well at launching high straight drives and fairway woods. The problem
Tagged under: The down low on better iron shots.
Here is my team of Nathan Neufeld, Sandra Meger and Richie Samuelson at the 1st Annual Rossland Museum Fundraiser. We had a great time! Had lots of laughs and raised some money for a great local cause. Between us we came close to the top spot and took home some hole competition and raffle prizes
Thursday, 09 July 2015 by email@example.com
As golfers you’ve probably noticed all the technology being marketed in golf. Whether space age materials in club-heads, CNC milling for wedges, nano-technology in shafts or ballistic launch monitors to analyze our club and ball performance there’s no missing the science in golf. With that said most of us have no idea what all these
Tagged under: Get the most our of your clubs!
Join us July 11th for the first annual charity golf tournament for the Rossland Museum Renewal Project. It is a shotgun start at 3pm, best ball. There are lots of prizes and a chance to raise some money for a great cause. Call the Golf Shop at 250-362-9141 to register you team.
Canada Day Hike in Rossland Lifestyle is so important to us here at Redstone we just feel compelled to tell you about it in our town. In honour of Canada Day Rosslanders hike Mount Roberts and place a Canadian Flag at the top. In the 90’s I lived in Alaska and on July 4th Seward