Lower Mainland: Local News / Fraser Valley

Canada’s Adam Hadwin Ties For Third At Web.com Tour Event

Last Updated on Monday, 14 April 2014 01:20 Monday, 14 April 2014 00:55


LEON, Mexico – Mexico’s Carlos Ortiz won the El Bosque Mexico Championship on Sunday for his second Web.com Tour victory of the season.
The 22-year-old former North Texas player closed with a 4-under 68 at El Bosque Country Club for a two-stroke victory over Justin Thomas. Ortiz finished at 13-under 275.
Meanwhile, Canada's Adam Hadwin, who hails from Abbotsford, BC, climbed 16 spots up the leaderboard Sunday thanks to a 4-under 68 to grab a T3rd and register his third top 10 finish of the season which includes his win in the Chile Classic.
His stellar round included five birdies and a single bogey – which came on the par 3, 3rd hole.



Fraser Valley Golf Courses Unite and Celebrate with a 54-Hole Fraser Valley Open on Labour Day Weekend

Last Updated on Tuesday, 18 March 2014 23:50 Tuesday, 18 March 2014 23:41


Chilliwack Golf Club, Sandpiper Golf Course, and The Falls are announcing the first Fraser Valley Open Golf Tournament.

This inaugural, three-day, 54-hole tournament will host 48 of British Columbia’s leading golf professionals and 144 amateur golfers on Labour Day Weekend — August 30-September 1, 2014.



2014 News & Deals: Lower Mainland

Last Updated on Sunday, 09 February 2014 19:07 Sunday, 09 February 2014 18:35


Furry Creek
As part of the 2014 Vancouver Golf & Travel Show, Furry Creek’s GM Paul Nijjer will be offering a special promo code, for online bookings only, valid for 20% off the green fee. The code is for the readers of this program and Inside Golf magazine and consists of a 20% off discount with no booking restriction in March, April, and May. Just book your tee time online at golfbc.com and enter in the promo code INGOLF for 20% off your green fee March through May.



JLepp Gets Lucky On Big Break

Last Updated on Friday, 01 November 2013 13:12 Friday, 01 November 2013 12:35


A favourite line of a certain golf magazine editor, when he actually gets out to play golf on occasion, goes something like, "I'd rather be lucky than good anytime."

The line is generally offered in reference to one of his shots ending up in a much better place than it really deserved based on how it was struck to begin with. 

Hearing that from a weekend wannabe is one thing, but when a truly talented professional admits to being the benefactor of 'lady luck', well that's kind of unusual and equally refreshing at the same time.

Mind you, we shouldn't be at all surprised that someone of James Lepp's character openly admits to such an occurance, as it is in keeping with his very likeable, honest and down-to-earth personna.

In the recently completed episode 4 of the Big Break NFL in Puerto Rico, it was Team Rypien's Lepp who came up with the episode changing shot in the flop-shot challenge.



They Said It: Three Burning Questions For Golf Industry Professionals

Last Updated on Sunday, 18 August 2013 22:22 Sunday, 18 August 2013 21:58

Troy Peverley - General Manager - West Coast Golf Group & Fraser Mulholland - Commissioner - Vancouver Golf Tour and Fenix Apparel President

Recently Inside Golf caught up with a number of golf industry professionals at a trade show in Vancouver, B.C. and asked them 3 questions related to the state of the game and what their thoughts and opinions were on where it might be headed as we go forward.
Two of the questions were very basic in regard to gaining some insight from those directly involved in administering to the game as a hugely popular pastime, while the third was slightly more 'whimsical' in nature.



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