The PGA of Canada is excited to announce that, alongside BetRegal, the official Sports Gaming Partner of the PGA of Canada, we have created a way for you to support your pro and get closer to the action at the PGA Head Professional Championship of Canada presented by Callaway Golf than ever before.
When you think of the great pressure players of all time, you think of Tiger Woods, Tom Brady, Michael Jordan and Wayne Gretzky. Well, Joshua Hooper better be in those conversations from this day forward.
More than a few players mentioned throughout the day on Monday that the conditions they were met with for the second round of the RBC PGA Scramble National Championship was exactly what Cabot Cliffs at Cabot Cape Breton was made for
We’re off to the races at the 2021 RBC PGA Scramble
80 amateurs from across the country who managed to claw their way through local and regional qualifiers are joined by 20 PGA of Canada Professionals, who comprise the 20 teams looking to claim the title of RBC PGA Scramble National Champions
The PGA of Canada is sponsoring a CONFIDENTIAL national compensation and benefits survey to provide members with a better sense of competitive pay rates and incentives in each region and zone
Dean Manz, Head Golf Professional at the Red Deer Golf and Country Club, spearheaded a project that would give his Club and members a way to enjoy the game not only during the sunshine months, but also throughout the prairie's brutal winters.
Entering the final round of the PGA Assistants’ Championship of Canada presented by Callaway Golf tied for the lead at 7-under alongside Yohann Benson, Barrie, Ontario’s Branson Ferrier seized his opportunity, firing a final-round 68 to win by two strokes over Kevin Stinson.
Wednesday has every opportunity to be a final round for the ages at the PGA Assistants’ Championship of Canada presented by Callaway Golf, as 11 players find themselves within three strokes of the lead with 18 holes to play at The Winston Golf Club.
While Yohann Benson may have left a few strokes out there on his opening nine holes at the Winston Golf Club, the same certainly can’t be said for his closing nine
100 of the country’s best professional golfers are set to play the fourth PGA of Canada National Championship of the season next week at The Winston Golf Club.
It was Christine Wong’s week at Oshawa Golf and Curling Club, as the PGA of Canada member from University Golf Club in Vancouver, British Columbia shot 70-69, the two low rounds of the tournament, to capture the 34th DCM PGA Women’s Championship of Canada by five strokes.