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Last Updated on Thursday, 01 October 2015 08:35 Thursday, 01 October 2015 08:03
The Nova Scotia Golf Association (NSGA) announced their 2015 NSGA Player of the Year Awards.
The NSGA Player of the Year (POY) is a ranking system that assigns points to players from their finishes in various tournaments throughout the golf season. It is designed to promote the development of golfers in Nova Scotia through a points system based on their competitive accomplishments.
Last Updated on Thursday, 01 October 2015 07:47 Thursday, 01 October 2015 07:40
NEW YORK, New York (Ronald Blum/AP) — The chief executive officer of the PGA of America says golf must concentrate on diversity to compete for fans.
Speaking at the Sports Diversity & Inclusion Symposium on Wednesday on Citi Field, Pete Bevacqua told the audience “golf realizes it has to really make some fundamental changes and unbelievable progress in this area if the game is going to continue to be healthy.”
“If we’re not more diverse in the next 25, 50, 100 years, the sport’s in trouble,” he said. “So instead of hiding from that, we’re embracing that, and we’re trying to institute those changes at every aspect of our organization.”
Last Updated on Thursday, 01 October 2015 07:20 Thursday, 01 October 2015 07:03
(Jamie Kennedy and Will Person/EuropeanTour.com) — Many offices around the world contain golf memorabilia and views of famous courses on the walls. However, the office of Martin Slumbers trumps them all. It might just be the best office in golf.
Last Updated on Monday, 28 September 2015 03:27 Monday, 28 September 2015 03:09
ATLANTA, Georgia (Doug Ferguson/AP) — Jordan Spieth treated the Tour Championship as if it were a major. He played like it was, too.
Looking for a fitting finish to a sensational season, Spieth poured in putts from all over East Lake and never gave Henrik Stenson or anyone else much of a chance Sunday. His final stroke was an 8-foot par putt that was right in the heart for a 1-under 69, and he leaned back with a smile of pure satisfaction.
The 22-year-old Texan became golf’s first $22 million man — a PGA Tour record with just over $12 million in prize money, and the $10 million bonus for the FedEx Cup.
“This is incredible,” Spieth said. “This is an event where we approach it like a major championship because we know this is possible at the end of it.”
Last Updated on Thursday, 24 September 2015 22:08 Thursday, 24 September 2015 22:03
A pair of longtime PGA of Canada members will enter into the Saskatchewan Golf Hall of Fame at the end of the month.
John Gaudet and Stan Homenuik will be inducted on Sept. 26th at a ceremony at the Riverside Country Club in Saskatoon.
“On behalf of the PGA of Canada and the association’s 3,700 members from across the country, I sincerely congratulate both John Gaudet and Stan Homenuik on their induction into the Saskatchewan Golf Hall of Fame,” said PGA of Canada president Constant Priondolo. “It’s golf professionals like John and Stan who personify what it means to be proud PGA of Canada members, selflessly serving as a dedicated ambassadors for the game of golf in Canada.”
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