Back-to-back 65s get the job done for the Quebec pro
Alberta claims third-straight InterZone title
Even when Wes Heffernan doesn’t quite have his best stuff, he has the talent to score his way around a golf course and put himself in contention, which is just what he did on Tuesday at The Ranch Golf & Country Club just outside Edmonton, AB.
The highly anticipated PGA Assistants’ Championship of Canada presented by Callaway Golf heads west to Edmonton, AB this week, where 111 of the country’s top players look to add to their 2023 resume.
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We are pleased to provide you with the following update from our board meeting held on August 2, 2023.
PGA of Canada continue to be leaders among professional golf associations and education, establishing a strategic collaboration with The Confederation of Professional Golf [CPG] that enhances education courses and content availability through the CPG Learning Institute (CPG LI) for the benefit of CPG Member PGAs and their individual PGA Members.
Glenn Cundari, as a former President of the PGA of Canada and current Technical Director, has seen some pretty darn golf golfers in his time. But his effort over the last five years as the head coach of the Special Olympics golf team for Canada has perhaps been the most rewarding time of his life.
Historic moment as association opens nominations to both members and non-members, striving to add diverse perspectives to its leadership
Earlier this week, Alan McLean chuckled when asked if he shot an ‘easy’ three-under 67 during the first round.
A roller-coaster round had a lot more highs than lows on Thursday for Echo Valley Golf Club’s Alan McLean, as the 52-year-old managed six birdies and an eagle to card a 65 – the low round of the tournament thus far – to take a four-stroke lead into tomorrow’s final round of the PGA Seniors’ Championship of Canada presented by GOLFTEC at Ledgeview Golf Club in Abbotsford, BC
Past PGA of Ontario President Michael Moniz had quite the memorable opening round of the PGA Seniors’ Championship of Canada presented by GOLFTEC at Ledgeview Golf Club in Abbotsford, British Columbia on Wednesday, firing his low-career national championship round – a 67, which featured five birdies – to share the lead with Alan McLean.