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Wilf Homenuik

Full name  Wilfred Homenuik
Status  Professional
Former tours  PGA Tour Canada
Children  Gwen, Scott and Jason
Role  Golfer

Spouse  Jean Young
Name  Wilf Homenuik
Nationality  Canada
Canadian Golf Hall of Fame  2005
Professional wins  16
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Born  December 30, 1935 (age 80) Kamsack, Saskatchewan (1935-12-30)

Wilfred Homenuik (born December 30, 1935) is a Canadian professional golfer. His surname is also spelled Homeniuk in many records.


Homenuik was born in Kamsack, Saskatchewan, and is one of seven brothers, many of whom have also played golf, most notably Stan and Ted. He has appeared in seven Canadian Opens and three World Cups.

Together with Moe Norman and George Knudson, Homenuik is regarded as one of the greatest Canadian golfers of his time, and has been inducted into many golf Halls of Fame.

Later career

Homenuik became the head professional of the Highlands Golf Course in London, Ontario, in 1976. In 2003, he was the teaching professional golfer at the Oakdale Golf and Country Club in Toronto, Ontario.


Homenuik set the course record (65) for Windemere Golf and Country Club in the Alberta Open in 1961.

Amateur wins

  • 1953 Saskatchewan Amateur
  • 1954 Saskatchewan Junior
  • 1956 Manitoba Amateur
  • 1957 Manitoba Amateur
  • Regular career

  • 1961 Alberta Open, Manitoba Open
  • 1965 Canadian PGA Championship, Alberta Open, Peru Open
  • 1966 Panama Open
  • 1967 CPGA Match Play for the Millar Trophy
  • 1968 CPGA Match Play for the Millar Trophy, Grand Bahamas Open
  • 1971 Canadian PGA Championship, Lima Open, Shreveport Open
  • 1972 Manitoba Open, West Palm Beach Open
  • 1973 Lake Michigan Classic
  • 1978 Lake Worth Open
  • Senior career

  • 1990 CPGA Ontario Senior Champion
  • Team appearances

  • World Cup (representing Canada): 1965, 1971, 1974
  • References

    Wilf Homenuik Wikipedia

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