Lower Mainland: Local News / Fraser Valley
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.
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
Last Updated on Monday, 08 July 2013 11:31 Monday, 08 July 2013 01:46
CHILLIWACK, British Columbia -- A day after tying the course record with a 63, Bryn Parry held onto the lead as he knocked off Adam Hadwin in a four hole playoff to win the 2013 edition of the Chilliwack Open, his fifth time taking the tile at this event.
Both Parry and Hadwin finished the two round tourney at 7-under par at the Chilliwack Golf Club. Hadwin, taking some time off from the Web.com Tour, shot 66 to put himself in position to win after an opening round 2-under 69 on Saturday.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 02 July 2013 10:31 Monday, 01 July 2013 11:48
courtesy Golf Canada
Last Updated on Sunday, 23 June 2013 18:34 Sunday, 23 June 2013 17:14
by Bryan Outram
With an amateur career that rivals the best to ever play the game in not only B.C. or Western Canada but all of the country - (with all due respect to Doug Roxburgh) - Abbostford, British Columbia's Nick Taylor is beginning to show the same consistent skills as a young professional that had him ranked as the number one amateur in the world for a 20 week span in 2009.
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