A look back at the association's highlights from 2019.
Teejay Alderdice of Bracebridge, Ont., was elected 48th president of the PGA of Canada at the association’s Annual General Meeting today.
With the safety and well being of participants guiding our decision-making process, we wanted to provide players with a transparent plan should the National Final be impacted in any way.
The PGA of Canada Foundation is awarding five Ian Webb Scholarships, worth $2,000 each, in support of PGA of Canada Members and Apprentices (or their immediate family) pursuing post-secondary education. Learn more and apply here.
The Canadian Golf Superintendents Association, PGA of Canada, and National Golf Course Owners Association Canada regrettably announce that the launch of the Canadian Golf Industry Show, planned for this November in Vancouver, must be postponed.
The 2020 PGA Championship of Canada has been postponed after careful consideration from the PGA of Canada and lead sponsors TaylorMade Golf Canada and adidas Golf. In addition, the PGA of Canada has decided to pause its player rankings for 2020 given the uncertain impact of COVID-19 on events across the country.
While golf may look a little different in 2020, our team, sponsors and host venues remain committed to providing an exciting, safe platform for golf-lovers across Canada.
Given the ongoing impact of COVID-19, the PGA of Canada Annual General Meeting will be conducted online Thursday, June 4, 2020, at 1 p.m. EST. Register here.
The PGA of Canada, together with title sponsor DCM, has made the difficult decision to cancel the DCM PGA Women’s Championship of Canada amid the COVID-19 public health crisis. The championship was slated for June 8-10 at Oshawa Golf & Curling Club.
Given the ongoing developments of COVID-19, player registration for the RBC PGA Scramble presented by The Lincoln Motor Company has been postponed until May 15.
The company’s new non-medical grade face masks, which are being donated to multiple local organizations in need, are also available for purchase, with a portion of proceeds supporting PGA of Canada professionals through the association’s member assistance program.
Effectively immediately, members can defer payment until December 1, 2020, on course registrations made prior to July 1.