Canterbury Heritage Foundation

The Canterbury Heritage Foundation is a non-profit corporation committed to preserving the rich golf history and heritage of Canterbury Golf Club. The Foundation conducts several fund raising events throughout the season, encourages members and guests to tour the clubhouse and learn about our history, preserves our heritage through gifting the Club with memorabilia, as well as conducting the Annual Kiely Cup Invitational and Girls Invitational. 

Exact Replica Trophies of the Five Rotating Men’s Major Championships Held at Canterbury (PGA, Senior PGA, US Open, US Senior Open, and US Amateur)

The Masters Jacket of 1938 Champion Henry Picard, on display in the Picard Lounge, who was the Head Golf Professional at Canterbury for many years.

Thank you to Foundation Chairman, Kevin Mackay and the entire Foundation Board and Committee for their continuous unselfish efforts on behalf of Canterbury Golf Club.

The Kiely Cup and Girls Invitational Golf Tournaments


The Kiely Cup named after true friend, mentor to caddies and young people everywhere, Mike Kiely who has served the membership of Canterbury for over 40 years as Caddie Master and Club Ombudsman.   The Kiely Cup is one of the finest Boy’s High School Invitational Tournament’s in the USA.

Please access the website at: for the history and all information regarding this prestigious event for Ohio’s finest high school golf teams.

2014 Champions – Archbishop Moeller High School of Cincinnati, Ohio

The Girls Invitational

Much like the Kiely Cup, Canterbury annual hosts a High School Girls Invitational, which is played each Fall. Girls Teams from around Cleveland are invited to this 18 hole competition. 


2014 Champions – Jackson High School of Massillon, Ohio