Camelot has hosted significant golf championships for the entire history of the club.

2018— World Junior Girls

With more than 50 golfers from 20 countries participating, Camelot was thrilled to host the top female junior golfers in the world. Atthaya Thitikul fired a remarkable course-record 12-under-par 60 to win the individual competition by two strokes with a score of 268 (20-under par).

2017—Canadian Junior Girls

Susan Xiao finished the event with an impressive -5 score, bolstered by a tournament-best three-under 69 in her fourth round to win the nation’s top junior girls championship by five strokes.

2015—PGA Assistants’ Championship of Canada

The country’s top PGA assistant professionals flocked to Camelot in 2015 for their prestigious championship. Brad Kerfoot, an Ontario College Sports Hall of Fame inductee, won the event, shooting rounds of 70-69-68 for a tournament score of -9.

2012—Canadian Men’s Amateur

One of the most significant amateur tournaments in the world, this event saw many of the best Canadian and international golfers battle it out over Camelot’s rolling fairways. The eventual champion was Mackenzie Hughes, who would go on to become a winner on the PGA Tour.

2008—Quebec Women’s Amateur

Former LPGA Tour professional Maude-Aimée Leblanc conquered Camelot in 2008, winning the Quebec Women’s Amateur. The Sherbrooke, Quebec native followed her victory with a successful professional career before retiring in 2019.

2001—Canadian Senior Men’s

The most talented players on the back-nine of their amateur careers teed it up at Camelot, in an event that has travelled to some of the country’s best clubs. Graham Cooke won the tournament, solidifying the beginning of our championship pedigree. Camelot’s Brian Darling finished runner-up.