First Name: David "Ducky"
Last Name: Webber
Sport: Golf
Inductee Type: Athlete
Year Inducted: 2005
Home Town: Dartmouth
County: Halifax County

David “Ducky” Webber has had an exceptional golf career that has spanned over 35 years and still continues to impress. So far Webber has claimed two Nova Scotia Amateur titles, two Nova Scotia Mid-Amateur titles, several Nova Scotia Golfer of the Year awards, and that is just provincially. On the national scene, “Ducky” has captured two Individual Canadian Championships including the 2004 Canadian Senior Title. That same year, he also led the Nova Scotia Senior Team to their first ever Canadian Team Title.

Perhaps his most exciting victory came internationally in 1975. Webber placed in the top ten at the Canadian Amateurs and earned himself a spot on the Canadian team to play in the Commonwealth Team Matches in South Africa. The Canadian team won the championship playing against highly skilled teams including Great Britain, with the renowned Nick Faldo. Webber delivered the win through a tough match that was on the final day of the tournament. David “Ducky” Webber’s career has boasted many wins, and will most likely include many more in the future.


• Graduated Saint Mary’s University Bachelor of Arts
• Won Truro Invitational in 1969
• Won 42nd NS Amateur at New Ashburn in 1975
• Named by RCGA to 1975 Canadian Commonwealth Team
• Made NSGA Willingdon Cup Team 10 times 1st in 1973
• Member 5 Provincial Mid-Amateur Teams
• Member of Provincial Senior Team
• Two Amateur Titles 1975 and 1993
• Two Mid-Amateur Titles 1993 and 1996
• Canadian Mid-Amateur Champion 1995
• Canadian Senior Champion 2004
• Member Cdn Interprovincial Senior Team Champ 2004
• NSGA Golfer of the Year ’75, ’93, ’95, ’04
• Only Nova Scotian to Won 2 Individ Cdn Golf Titles
• Only Nova Scotian to Win an International Title
• 9-Time Brightwood Golf Club Champion
• Made a Lifetime Member Brightwood Golf Club 2004