If this week’s PGA Seniors’ Championship of Canada presented by GOLFTEC is anything like what unfolded in Quebec in 2021, golf fans in Medicine Hat, Alberta that head to Connaught Golf Club this Wednesday to Friday are in for a treat.
For the first time since 2019, we are excited to bring our members from coast-to-coast a full slate of workshops as part of the National Coaching Certification Program.
OverActive Media CEO Christopher Overholt and Top 50 PGA of America instructor Chuck Cook added to lineup
Tim Wilson quickly acclimated himself to his surroundings in his first year teaching at Shaughnessy Golf & Country Club, in fact, he was able to increase lesson revenue by 30%. He was recognized for this accomplishment by being named the George Knudson Teacher of the Year at the 2021 PGA of Canada National Awards
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On Friday morning, ORORO PGA Women’s Championship of Canada at Bromont co-leaders Sarah-Eve Rhéaume, a 22-year-old amateur from Quebec City, and Min-G Kim, an Epson Tour veteran with nearly $120,000 in career earnings, battled back-and-forth with hopes of lifting the Lorie Kane trophy and assuring themselves a spot in August’s CP Women’s Open.
The players in the final group on Thursday morning at Chateau Bromont demonstrated why they deserved to be there during the second round of the ORORO PGA Women’s Championship of Canada. Golf Canada National Amateur Squad member Sarah-Eve Rhéaume sustained her lead with a 1-under 72, while Epson Tour player Min-G Kim played her final two holes 3-under par to match Rhéaume atop the board
During the first round of the ORORO PGA Women’s Championship of Canada at Chateau Bromont, Golf Canada National Amateur Squad member Sarah-Eve Rhéaume rolled in seven birdies and leads by one stroke following a first-round 69
The PGA of Canada is thrilled to conduct the 2022 ORORO PGA Women’s Championship of Canada alongside Golf Quebec at Château -Bromont in Bromont, Quebec this week from June 28-July 1.
On Friday afternoon at Beacon Hall Golf Club, Wes Heffernan put a bow on a dominant performance at the BetRegal PGA Championship of Canada history, going wire-to-wire to cement himself as the winner of the 100th anniversary of the event by a margin of five strokes, shooting scores of 68-69-69-72 to do so
Wes Heffernan turned in another gem on Thursday at Beacon Hall Golf Club – making six birdies – his highest total of the week – to turn a two-stroke lead into a five-stroke lead over Jim Rutledge at the BetRegal PGA Championship of Canada.
If you like ball-strikers and smooth golf swings, you’re going to love the leaderboard at Beacon Hall Golf Club through 36 holes of the 100th playing of the BetRegal PGA Championship of Canada