Katherine (Kay) Helleur – Class of 2001

khelleurBorn: February 1, 1921 in Kenogami, Quebec

  • Ontario Senior Ladies' Amateur Champion (1974, 1977); Runner-Up (1972, 1978)
  • Canadian Senior Ladies' Amateur Champion (1974); Runner-Up 1972-73, 1980)
  • Instrumental in developing the first CLGA Senior Ladies' Amateur Golf Championship in 1971.
  • Miss Helleur personally designed and supervised the construction of the Woodbridge G&CC. From 1953 to 1969 she owned and operated the club now known as the Woodlands G&CC.
  • Founder and Director of the 'Ada Mackenzie Memorial Foundation', a non-profit charitable organization named in honour of Canada's first outstanding female golfer.
  • Captained the Canadian Team at the 1966 World Cup Matches
  • Ontario Senior Provincial Team Member (1971-75, 1978-80, 1982)
  • Miss Helleur was Director and Manager of the Summerlea G&CC from 1945 to 1952. The club is now called Humber Valley GC.
  • Rosedale GC Ladies' Club Champion (15 times); Senior (8 times)
  • St. Andrews G&CC Ladies Club Champion (1940)
  • Oshawa GC Ladies' Club Champion (8 times); Senior (1994)