TCA Men's Goldline Curling Championship 2023

    Thank you to everyone that has already entered this year's TCA Men's Goldline Curling Championships, January 7 – 14, 2023! 

    If you haven't entered yet, please submit your entry ASAP!  .

    Some important rule changes this year

    • Given that the Goldline did not run the last 2 seasons, we are providing an exemption for this year’s championships to allow Division winners and runners-up of the 2020 Goldline to reenter the 2023 Goldine with the same lineup.
    • We will also not restrict participants that threw Skip and Vice rocks in the Ontario provincials for the Men’s Curling Club Championship, Senior Men’s, Master Men’s, or in a similar competition in any other jurisdiction, during the last season.

    We will continue with the 5 divisions from previous years:

    • Open, age 19+, limited to 64 teams
    • Seniors, age 50+, limited to 64 teams
    • Masters, age 60+, limited to 32 teams
    • Grand Masters, Age 70+, limited to 32 teams
    • Novice, age 19+, limited to 24 teams (see Rules regarding eligibility)

    All ages are as of December 31, 2022.

    Entry Fees:

    • Open & Seniors divisions are $150 per team.
    • Masters & Grand Master divisions are $130 per team.
    • Novice division is $130 per team.

    Here is some other important information on this year’s Goldline:

    • Once again there will be fewer evening games during the week. All Open and Seniors division teams still alive after Tuesday's game will have a bye on Wednesday evening (Jan 11).
    • In order to try and keep games on schedule on the opening Saturday any games tied after 8 ends will be decided by a draw to the button. This rule applies to the opening Saturday only; all other games will be decided by a full extra end.
    • We will try to advise teams of any Covid restrictions that our individual host clubs may be requiring. However, it is each team’s responsibility to be prepared for any such restrictions.

    Register and pay online. All teams must enter and pay online. A link to the online entry site is now available on the TCA Goldline Men’s Championships page on the TCA website. The registration website provides a secure service. All major credit cards are accepted.

    • Please note that the TCA website is new and registration and payment is currently a 2 step process Press one button to register and a 2nd button to pay).
    • Please also note that there is an error on the payment buttons. Novice entries should use the Masters & Grandmasters payment button.

    We are pleased that Delmanor Inspired Retirement Living and Firehouse Subs are continuing as supporting sponsors. Special thanks also to Richmond Hill Curling Club, our hosts for this year's finals.

    Starting locations and times will be posted on the TCA website by January 4th.

    If you have any questions, please visit the TCA website (TCA Goldline Men’s Championships - Toronto Curling Association) for more information. or contact

    • Our Drawmaster, John Leermakers, at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with questions about your entry and payment or to change players on your team,
    • Our Head Umpire, Kim McGrath, at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with questions about championship rules, including eligibility

    Thanks!

    Bill Baker
    TCA Goldline Men’s Championships Committee Chair


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    Tam Heather - Curling & Tennis Club

    Location:  730 Military Trail Toronto, Ontario M1E 4P7

    Phone: (416) 284-9251 
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    Tam Heather, or the “Tam” as we call it, is an active friendly club located in the Morningside and 401 community of Scarborough. Tam Heather opened in 1973 as a curling club with eight sheets of ice, then two years later in 1975, the club expanded by adding five tennis courts, three of which were covered in the winter with a bubble. Thirty four years later, in 2009, a four court year-round covered structure was built.

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