Dick Borthwick

Dick Borthwick

Born: December 9th, 1910

Richard Graden Borthwick was a member of the CPGA for fifty one years, Borthwick began his Head Professional career with St. Andrews GC in 1933, and held positions at Cedarbrook GC and Oakdale GC. Borthwick would go on to take the position of Head Professional at The Hamilton G&CC in 1946 where he served for twenty-eight years. Borthwick captured the 1936 Ontario Open Championship and the 1949 CPGA Championship. Voted in 1938 as the number one CPGA player in Canada by the RCGA, Borthwick was also granted a Life Time Member of the PGA of Canada.


  • Ontario Open 1936
  • PGA of Canada Championship 1949 

Served as the Head Golf Professional at:

  •    St. Andrews G.C.
  •    Cedarbrook G.C.
  •    Oakdale G.C.
  •    Hamilton G.C. 

Hall of Fame Induction History:

  •   Ontario Golf Hall of Fame 2007
  •   PGA of Ontario Hall of Fame 2020 
  •   PGA of Canada Player of the Year 1938

Source: Golf Ontario Hall of Fame