The second round of the association’s first National Championship of 2021 began with a moment of silence on Thursday following yesterday’s news of the passing of Jocelyn Bourassa, an Honorary Director of the PGA of Canada.
The PGA of Canada has announced a new three-year title-sponsorship agreement with Canadian sports betting and e-gaming entity BetRegal, which will begin immediately as BetRegal puts their stamp on the BetRegal PGA Championship of Canada presented by TaylorMade Golf & adidas Golf, scheduled for August 3 - 7 in Bromont, Quebec.
Golf Club du Vieux Village set to host the 99th playing of the PGA of Canada Championship presented by TaylorMade Golf and adidas Golf and PGA Seniors’ Championship of Canada
Dormie is proud to work with PGA Canada Foundation to offer this unique headcover honoring the greatest Canadian ball-striker who ever played the game, Moe Norman! All proceeds are going to the PGA Canada Foundation's Benevolent Fund and will hopefully help bring a smile to someone in need.
Win a brand-new TaylorMade club to replace one that gives you pain
After a long (and hot) day playing 18 holes at the beautiful Nobleton Lakes Golf Club, most participants thought the team of Dan Payton (Oliver's Nest) + Victor Ciesielski (Galt Country Club Limited) had secured the win ... until the last group made their last putt on 18.
It was announced today that the PGA of Canada has entered into a national partnership with Focus Golf Target, a company focused on making golf practice effective and fun with their unique targets for practice facilities everywhere. For the next two years, Focus Golf Target will be a supporting sponsor of the association’s national championships.
Twins often have a close bond; the Tobin Twins from Cape Breton are no different.
It has been a very exciting 2021 for our association and our members throughout the country. The topic of this past year's Tee Talks Live Digital Series was Resilience, which we all have shown throughout the past six months as we have successfully navigated the uncertainties of the pandemic and safely re-opened our golf facilities across the country.
Who could have predicted that in 2021, during a major global pandemic, a South African Golf Pro living and working in Ontario would be crowned Ontario’s PGA Champion?
It was announced today that the PGA Head Professional Championship of Canada presented by Callaway Golf has a date finalized on Canadian soil, as the association looks forward to hosting the top Head Professionals, Executive Professionals, Head Teaching Professionals and Master Professionals in the country at Lookout Point Country Club in Fonthill, Ontario.
The Ontario Government has announced that the province would be moving to Step Three of its Roadmap to Reopen at 12:01 am on Friday, July 16th.