St. Charles hires legendary Canadian golf architect Stanley Thompson to assess the West Nine. Thompson puts Norman Woods in place as onsite supervisor.
St. Charles hosts the Canadian Amateur, won by Fred Haas Jr.
Dr. Alister MacKenzie, famous for his designs at Royal Melbourne, Augusta National and Cypress Point, is hired to lay out what would become the MacKenzie Nine. It opened in 1931.
British Senior Golf Team
British Senior Golf team visits, which includes golf designer Alister MacKenzie
Manitoba Ladies Championship
The 1919 Manitoba Ladies Golf Championship is held at St. Charles.
Legendary course architect Donald Ross was brought to St. Charles to rebuild the original eighteen holes, currently the Ross Nine and the Woods Nine.
The third clubhouse
The third clubhouse opens at St. Charles, and is winterized in 1972.
The second clubhouse
The second clubhouse opens on July 13, but is destroyed by fire on October 14, the same year.
The first clubhouse
The first clubhouse opens at St. Charles.
Construction begins on the clubhouse and a golf course, laid out by Tom Bendelow, seven miles west of the city on the banks of the Assiniboine River.