Kelowna’s Megan Osland Wins NWGA Event While Setting Course And Tour Record

Megan Osland


Kelowna’s Megan Osland won the National Women’s Golf Association's 54-hole Pro Tournament that was held at the Preserve at Turnbull Bay in New Smyrna Beach Florida from September 29th – October 1st.

Her first round included nine birdies and an eagle for a final score of 61, breaking the single-day course record of 63 set in 2004 and also the all-time NWGA tour record of 62 on the par-72, 6,100-yard layout.

Osland held off full time LPGA player Sandra Changkija on the final day to win by 1 stroke and finish 17-under par for the tournament.

In years past, this tour has been frequented by many LPGA players such as Paula CreamerStacy LewisBrooke HendersonAnna Nordqvist, and Brittany Lincicome, to name just a few. Megan stated this provides great momentum as she starts to prepare for Stage 2 of LPGA Q-School coming up October 15-18 in Venice Florida.

Megan Osland Holds The Official Scorecard After Her Record-Setting Round Of 61 (33-28) To Start Off The NWGA Pro Event At The Preserve at Turnbull Bay In Florida. (Photo/NWGA)

Megan, who finished 8th at in the 2014 BC Women's Amateur, graduated from San Jose State University in December 2015 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Recreation Management where she was the Captain of the Women’s Division 1 Golf Team and won the Juli Inkster Invitational and the Wyoming Cowgirl Desert Intercollegiate in her final year.