The PGA of Canada is excited to announce that BetRegal, who became a national partner of the association in August of 2021, has now also become a partner of the RBC PGA Scramble, the largest growing team golf event in the country
The PGA of Canada is pleased to announce the national championship schedule for the 2022 season. While the 2021 season saw all events condensed into the final few months of the summer due to COVID-19 restrictions, we are excited to return to spreading our events throughout the summer and fall months this season.
Tee Talks Live, a multi-day professional development conference exclusively for PGA of Canada Members and Apprentices, is officially BACK to an in-person setting, this November 15-17 in Vancouver, BC
Oakcreek Golf & Turf PGA of Saskatchewan Zone Championship to be hosted at Saskatoon Golf &CC in 2022.
PGA Tour player Graham DeLaet and other top fitness and health Professionals will be featured at the virtual 2022 PGA of Saskatchewan Spring Seminar presented by Titleist and FootJoy.
The PGA of Canada is pleased to announce that GOLFTEC has committed to being the presenting sponsor of the PGA Senior’s Championship of Canada for the next two years.
Todd Keirstead has been a member of the PGA of Canada for more than 25 years. He’s done plenty in the game, made people laugh and cheer – trick-shot artists tend to do that – and now he’s making a big-time difference.
The PGA of Canada announced today that the RBC PGA Scramble has added Golf Canada as the Official Handicap Partner of the program, welcoming the national governing body’s involvement throughout the local and regional qualifying stages and leading into the National Championship at Cabot Cape Breton.
The PGA of Canada is pleased to announce a new national partnership with Caddy Time, an Uber-like app that connects golfers with qualified registered caddies throughout the country.
The first hole at Augusta National is historically ranked as the sixth-most difficult on the property, but PGA of Canada member Yohann Benson made it look pretty darn easy when he had the opportunity of a lifetime Monday after the Masters
Consistent messaging to market the association and the value of PGA of Canada Professionals
From June 28 to July 1, 2022, Golf Château Bromont and the city of Bromont will be center stage for the ORORO PGA Women’s Championship of Canada at Bromont, which will be operated by Golf Québec and the PGA of Canada and will welcome up to 156 players. In addition to competing for the Lorie Kane Trophy, the winner will be offered a coveted exemption into the LPGA’s Canadian stop, the CP Women’s Open.