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Scotty Cote Captures First Saskatchewan Indian Golf Championship

SASKATCHEWAN INDIAN      OCTOBER 1971      v02 n08 p19  
Thirty-one Indian golfers, from various reserves in Saskatchewan, competed for the first Saskatchewan Indian Golf Championship held at the Cook Municipal Golf Course in Prince Albert, on October 9 and 10.

The Federation of Saskatchewan Indians Sports and Recreation Department were instrumental in organizing and sponsoring this event.

The Golf Championship will be an annual event for the Indian people of Saskatchewan.

Peter Dubois congratulates Scotty Cote
Peter Dubois (left), first Vice-President of the Federation of Saskatchewan Indians congratulating and presenting the Saskatchewan Indian Golf Championship trophy to Scotty Cote of the Cote Reserve.
Peter Dubois presents second place trophy to Lloyd Goodwill
Lloyd Goodwill (right), with a member of the Standing Buffalo Reserve in Saskatchewan, was the second place winner in the championship match. Peter Dubois presenting the runner up trophy to Mr. Goodwill.