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RICHMOND, British Columbia (Jeff Sutherland /iG) — The PGA of BC honoured their best and brightest on October 12, 2016, at the River Rock Casino in Richmond, BC.
This year’s Awards Celebration was highlighted with the presentation of the Dick Munn Golf Professional of the Year award presented by Cutter & Buck to Alan Palmer of Shaughnessy Golf & Country Club.
Last Updated on Sunday, 09 October 2016 19:28 Sunday, 09 October 2016 19:22
RICHMOND, British Columbia BC (PGA of BC) — The PGA of BC is proud to announce the recipients of three of its 2016 awards, as well as the 2016 Forestar Golf Community Leadership Bursary, and the Jim Gibson Scholarship. This recognition program is designed to honour individuals in the golf community that exhibit qualities such as volunteerism, selflessness, passion, and dedication to the game. The recipients, along with the winners of ten other PGA of BC Awards, will be recognized at the PGA of BC Awards Ceremony, held on October 12 at the River Rock Casino Resort in Richmond.
Last Updated on Sunday, 24 July 2016 18:18 Sunday, 24 July 2016 18:12
NORTH VANCOUVER, British Columbia (Gino Cutri/British Columbia Golf) — The thought originated with the neighbour of North Vancouver Mayor Darrell Mussatto, who had just started to learn how to play golf. She approached the Mayor with a question, “How about we do something about golf in our community?”
Mayor Mussatto paused, and remembered that his section manager for parks, Dave Turner, had mentioned he too would like to incorporate golf into the community. His idea was to build a putting green in a local park. That local park was Sam Walker.
Last Updated on Sunday, 03 July 2016 19:20 Sunday, 03 July 2016 19:06
KIMBERLEY, British Columbia (Gord Montgomery/iG) — At first glance this assignment seems pretty pale in comparison to some other tests you may have undertaken. After all, the first hole at the Kimberley Golf Club is a par 4 measuring out at only 290 yards from the tips. I mean, how hard can that be?
And then one step further down the scenic fairways, this whole track is compressed into less than 6,300 yards. So basically, it’s a walk in the park, right?
Well, maybe not so much.
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