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John Estabrooks





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John Estabrooks (D)



He is well known and respected for at least 100 accomplishments - 48 related to his career as a competitor from Junior to Willingdon Cup; and another 52 as a builder, including every conceivable office from Club Captain to NBGA Honorary Life Governor. His contributions are many, varied and unique, including membership on Willingdon Cup teams representing each of the Atlantic Provinces.But none is greater than the role he played in the organization, promotion and nurturing of junior golf locally, provincially, and nationally as chair of the RCGA’s Junior Development Committee. For over 30 years he did it all when it most needed to be done – and did it well!No wonder he was referred to as “ ...the envy of every golfer over 35 and the dream of every golfer under 35.” Enrolled in the New Brunswick Sports Hall of Fame, June 7th, 2003.

Faits rapides

  • As a player he won one Junior & two Amateur New Brunswick - Prince Edward Island Championships 

  • Served New Brunswick Golf Association in various administrative capacities 1972-1983, including term as president in 1981-83 

  • Credited with implementing New Brunswick's successful junior development programs 

  • New Brunswick governor to the Royal Canadian Golf Association 1984-1994 

  • Served on National Junior development committee for 10 years, including 4 as chairman (1987-90) 

  • Chaired four National championships held in New Brunswick 

  • Named Honorary Life Governor by NB Golf Association in 1994 

  • NBGA's annual Estabrooks Cup team competition named in his honour

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