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.
Scott Kolb, Jeff Chambers and Gordon Smith are the official National Director nominees. They will be voted in during the PGA of Canada's AGM in May.
Jonathan Garron’s performance in 2019 has been outstanding. His continued commitment to the PGA of Canada and specifically the Atlantic Zone is second to none. Abercrombie Country Club is on pace for another exceptional fiscal year.
Amid the growing economic impact of COVID-19, the PGA of Canada is pleased to partner with Matchplay Golf Marketing to offer a professional, affordable and fast solution for members looking to take their retail operation online.
Elections will take place in BC and the Atlantic Zone from April 6-10. The Saskatchewan Director position has been acclaimed.
INDUSTRY STATEMENT FOR GOLF IN ATLANTIC CANADA REGARDING OPERATIONS AND COVID-19 April 24, 2020 During these challenging times in Atlantic Canada, golf associations have come together to pool resources and expertise in order to clearly define a
All it takes is a spark. Thanks to a small act of kindness from PGA of Canada member Jacklynn Miller, over 250 golf industry professionals from across the country made donations to Food Banks Canada this week.
We Are Golf (The National Allied Golf Associations/NAGA) are committed to ensuring the health and safety of our members, golfers, staff, volunteers and industry stakeholders as well as every Canadian in the communities where we live, work and play.
We are working diligently with our partners, PGA of Canada professionals, and golf facilities across the country to develop a sensible plan, and we remain optimistic that the program will continue with a few minor adjustments to the overall schedule.