Golf Canada and the PGA of Canada are excited to announce the names of eight talented coaches who will receive critical education to advance their careers as top golf coaches in the country
Steps to Ease Public Health Measures
After careful consideration, reviewing the membership survey and working closely with the nine Zone offices across the country to pinpoint member needs, the PGA of Canada is excited to release the strategic plan that will guide all operations of the association. The plan was created by an advisory group and vetted through leadership stakeholders over the past 10 months.
The emergence of the Omicron variant has been rapid, and with climbing case counts, represents a significant cause for concern. Ontario’s We Are Golf partners continue to stay on top of the changing environment and government health policies and remain fully committed to providing timely updates moving forward.
In celebration of the historic BetRegal PGA Championship of Canada’s 100th playing, it was announced today that Beacon Hall Golf Club, one of the most prestigious private golf clubs in the country, will host 100 of the PGA of Canada’s top professionals June 20-24, 2022.
The PGA of Canada recognizes our responsibility to create, foster and preserve sport settings that ensure positive and healthy relationships between players, coaches, trainers, and everybody involved within the sport of golf.
Earlier this year, the PGA of Canada worked with the nine zones from across the country to put together an all-encompassing confidential membership survey that will help us shape the direction of the association moving forward. The PGA of Canada staff, board, and zones will be using this data in the development of future programs, services, and opportunities to best align with the needs of our members.
2019 brought PGA of Canada Members, Jen Woods and Norm Jackson, together through the PGA of Canada Mentorship Program
Veteran sports broadcaster (and PGA of Canada Honourary Director) Brian Williams today announced his retirement following a distinguished career that has spanned 50 years. TSN celebrates Williams’ career on Sunday, Dec. 12 in advance of the 108th GREY CUP broadcast.
From trying to bend “The King’s” putter in Westmount’s back shop to playing nine with big-haired rockers, one thing is sure: the stories Rob Strahan’s amassed during a half century in the golf industry are book-worthy. Reflecting on his storied career, Strahan, 61, gets emotional. At the end of the 2021 season, Westmount Golf & Country Club’s head professional retires—leaving behind the people and the place that have fuelled his passion for 41 years.
In partnership with ECCO, we are giving away 9 pairs of shoes (1 per Zone) to recognize members and apprentices for going above and beyond this year.