Awards

The Doodlebug Trophy

The Doodlebug Trophy is presented each year to the winner of the Doodlebug "Championship" Flight. An individual presentation is also made to the Champion.

Previous Winners

  • 1953 – A. Armstrong
  • 1954 – K. Campbell
  • 1955 – W. Holden
  • 1956 – V. Familinow
  • 1957 – W. Holden
  • 1958 – D. Drysdale
  • 1959 – Les Vye
  • 1960 – J. Hryhorchuk
  • 1961 – John Baxendale
  • 1962 – Jack Setters
  • 1963 – Jack Setters
  • 1964 – George Cornford
  • 1965 – George Cornford
  • 1966 – Jack Setters
  • 1967 – George Cornford
  • 1968 – John Baxendale
  • 1969 – John Baxendale
  • 1970 – Les Vye
  • 1971 – George Cornford
  • 1972 – Ory Gorgichuk
  • 1973 – Arch Pasechnik
  • 1974 – George Cornford
  • 1975 – John Baxendale
  • 1976 – George Cornford
  • 1977 – George Cornford
  • 1978 – George Cornford
  • 1979 – Al Ferworn
  • 1980 – Jack Setters
  • 1981 – Wes Rabey
  • 1982 – Wes Rabey
  • 1983 – Frank Dixon
  • 1984 – Jim Russell
  • 1985 – Snowed Out!
  • 1986 – Jim Russell
  • 1987 – Jim Russell
  • 1988 – Jim Russell
  • 1989 – Rick Toller
  • 1990 – Jim Russell
  • 1991 – Jim Russell
  • 1992 – Ray Madison
  • 1993 – Neil Thompson
  • 1994 – Ray Madison
  • 1995 – Ray Madison
  • 1996 – Ray Madison
  • 1997 – Jim Russell
  • 1998 – Barry Flavelle
  • 1999 – Ray Madison
  • 2000 – Ray Madison
  • 2001 – Ray Madison
  • 2002 – Darryl Robbins
  • 2003 – Mitch Peters
  • 2004 – Andy Morris
  • 2005 – Dave Cryer
  • 2006 – Alan Starkoski
  • 2007 – Darryl Robbins
  • 2008 – Alan Starkoski
  • 2009 – Alan Starkoski
  • 2010 – Daryl Robbins
  • 2011 – Daryl Robbins
  • 2012 – Al Starkoski
  • 2013 – Daryl Robbins
  • 2014 – David Cryer
  • 2015 – Ed Slobodian
  • 2016 – Ed Slobodian

The Low Net Trophy

This trophy shall be awarded on the basis of medal play on the first day with all players eligible. All players shall receive a common handicap in each flight and the lowest net score shall be acclaimed the winner.

Previous Winners

  • 1956 – J. McCubbin
  • 1957 – J. Lawson
  • 1958 – C. Parnell
  • 1959 – D. Hargrave
  • 1960 – J. Little
  • 1961 – W. Rabey
  • 1962 – John Towley
  • 1963 – Les Vye
  • 1964 – Bob Comer
  • 1965 – Ivan English
  • 1966 – Ted Nichols
  • 1967 – Allen Campbell
  • 1968 – Jack Wilson
  • 1969 – Russ Steele
  • 1970 – Don Strand
  • 1971 – Dennis Sando
  • 1972 – Joe Prendergast
  • 1973 – Frank Black
  • 1974 – Jerry Brod
  • 1975 – Alf Gronnestad
  • 1976 – Guy Yuzicapi
  • 1977 – Norm Jones
  • 1978 – Jim Hume
  • 1979 – Don Gale
  • 1980 – Carl Nyberg
  • 1981 – Duncan McLeod
  • 1982 – Don Propp
  • 1983 – Jim Dutchak
  • 1984 – Frank Dixon
  • 1985 – Snowed Out!
  • 1986 – George Kostashuk
  • 1987 – Gerry Sykes
  • 1988 – Bob Won
  • 1989 – Mitch Peters
  • 1990 – Grant Jorgensen
  • 1991 – Mark Smith
  • 1992 – Ted Pattinson
  • 1993 – Jim Irvine
  • 1994 – Larry Cameron (65)
  • 1995 – Al Yasinko (66)
  • 1996 – Barry Johnson (66)
  • 1997 – Dave Siegfried (64)
  • 1998 – Russell Einarsson (63)
  • 1999 – Brian McCue (63)
  • 2000 – Gary Boyer (68)
  • 2001 – Neil Towler (60)
  • 2002 – Kevin Angus / Bill Sheppard (65)
  • 2003 – Jason Nycz (64)
  • 2004 – Phil Gregory (65)
  • 2005 – Jason Nycz (64)
  • 2006 – Errol Copeland (66)
  • 2007 – Tim Carry
  • 2008 – Dean Dennison & Jason Nycz
  • 2009 – Clayton Thatcher
  • 2010 – Noel Leach & Terry Jackson
  • 2011 – Robert Wilson
  • 2012 – Garry Kelman
  • 2013 – Dustin Hauber (66)
  • 2014 – Kevin Bowman
  • 2015 – Brian Ingenthron (72)
  • 2016 – Andrew Lane

The High Net Trophy

Previous Winners

  • 2012 – Billy Mooney
  • 2013 – Alex Gauthier (104)
  • 2014 – John Duhalt
  • 2015 – Kevin Hagerman (98)
  • 2016 – Jason Hauber

George Longphee Trophy

The "George Longphee Trophy" is to be presented to the members of the winning Chuckwagon Team.

The George Longphee Trophy was introduced in 2002, the 50th Anniversary year, and is named after and presented in honour of Mr. George Longphee. Mr. Longphee served as the Doodlebug's first Chairman (in 1953), and actively participated for many years. It is likely that he was instrumental in the choice of the tournament's name, having played shortstop for the 1952 world champion fastball team, the Calgary Doodlebugs. It is also believed that the tournament's cartoon icon, "George", is named after Mr. Longphee. George Longphee passed away earlier in 2002, and the trophy donated by his son Greg, features one of George's favorite bronze sculptures of a cowboy and his horse.

Previous Winners

  • 2002 – Tom Podivinsky (captain), Steve Sinclair-Smith, Jim Ross, James Dobson (185)
  • 2003 – Dennison, Farner, Speth, Lilles
  • 2004 – Holt, Cutts, Dahl, Macleod
  • 2005 – Zaminski, Welsh, Esperson, Lefebvre
  • 2006 – Copeland, Sturko, Floreani, Lane
  • 2007 – Humenjuk, Cherniak, Carry, Towler
  • 2008 – Rene Vandenbrand, Kevin Bowman, Jason Nycz, Becky Cook
  • 2009 – Heide, Bertram, Chatenay, Befus
  • 2010 – Tom Podivinsky, C. Copeland, M. Dahl, R. Javier
  • 2011 – Vince Dewolfe, Clayton Thatcher, Hamish Mackenzie, Mark Parekh
  • 2012 – Jeremy Church, Warren Young, Jason Nycz, Aaron Gardner
  • 2013 – Ross Turner, Adam Westlake, Pascal St Onge, Tom Schmidt
  • 2014 – Mark Ciccone, Jason Nycz, Steve Gavel, Steve MacLeod
  • 2015 – Rutherford, Speth, Carry, Boeckx
  • 2016 – Brendan Smith, Tom Schmidt, Jo Larson, Joe Bonaventura