The Masters Tradition Honoured In GGT Tournament In Burnaby

BURNABY, British Columbia — In the tradition of The Masters Tournament played annually in Augusta, Georgia, the Grizzly Golf Tour (GGT) announces the first Major of the season.

The 36-hole GGT Masters is set for March 31 and April 1 at Burnaby’s Central Park and Kensington Park Pitch & Putt golf courses. The tournament is open to boys and girls ages 5 to 15 years with competition in five divisions.

“This is our first Major of the season and should be a lot fun,” said GGT Tournament Operations manager Brad Ewart. “We are doing our best to give the young contestants the feeling of playing in the Masters Tournament – not in Augusta but in Burnaby.”

The entrance to the courses will feature a walk up Magnolia Lane, holes named Azalea and Firethorn, and a challenging threesome of holes nicknamed Amen Corner.

The first round is at Central Park pitch & putt, located near Metrotown, a charming layout in a forest of towering evergreens. The holes are set up to play from 50 yards to 120 yards to provide a fun and enjoyable challenge for all competitors.

The final round of the GGT Masters will be played at the more challenging Kensington Park course, with longer holes playing up-and-down over gently rolling terrain.

This tournament will fill up quickly. Contestants are advised to go to to find out more and to register.

About Grizzly Golf Tour
Grizzly Golf Tour is a golf organization that brings like-minded golfers together with a focus on growing the game of golf as both recreational sport and a competitive game in the province of B.C. ‘Affordable and Inclusive’ is the mantra that organizers of the GGT will follow in an effort to bring young people from every social and economic demographic into the game of golf. Participation on the Grizzly Golf Tour starts with new-to-golf Grizzly Cubs (5-15 years), Juniors (12-18 years) and Adults. The Grizzly Golf Tournaments will be played according to the Rules of Golf. To produce better golfers (and life-long golfers) organizers place a priority on explaining the rules, etiquette, and pace-of-play to all participants.