ACTON, ON (April 27, 2007) - The Canadian PGA announced today that CPGA & Nationwide Tour Member Bryn Parry will be participating in a weekly blog on the NEW Canadian PGA website starting on April 30, 2007.
ACTON, ON(May 1, 2007) - The Canadian PGA announced today that they have reached an agreement with Smarter Lessons (Expand Technologies) for an exclusive Member benefit for the Association.
ACTON, ON (March 16, 2007)—The Canadian PGA is pleased to congratulate Class A Member Henry Brunton of Stouffville, Ont., for being honoured a second time by GOLF Magazine as one of the Top-100 Teachers for 2007-2008.
As the lead consultant on the Long-Term Player Development Guide, Dr. Stephen Norris strikes a balance between “outside the box” thinking and good old fashioned strategic planning.
ACTON, ON (March 9, 2007)—The Canadian PGA expressed its gratitude to Stephen Ross and best wishes following the announcement today that he is leaving the Royal Canadian Golf Association.
In January 2007, RCGA in partnership with the Canadian PGA announced the map for the development of golfers in Canada: the Long Term Player Development Guide. A number of Canadian PGA Members were instrumental in the development of the Guide.
OAKVILLE, ON (January 30, 2007) – The Golf Management Institute of Canada (GMIC) has bestowed an honorary Graduate Studies Diploma in Golf Operations Management upon Warren Crosbie, President of the Canadian PGA.
CPGA, RCGA, and Sport Canada reveal historic player development program Canada’s first long-range, comprehensive plan for growing the game
ACTON, ON (December 6, 2006)—Canadian PGA Member Roger Beale of Ottawa is set to represent his homeland of Barbados in the World Cup of Golf to begin Thursday.
ACTON, ON (December 4, 2006)—After a sensational season in British Columbia in 2006, Canadian PGA Member Bryn Parry of Vancouver will compete as a fully exempt player on the Nationwide Tour in 2007.
From one-time caddie in Fort Erie, Ont., to instructing the likes of Seve Ballesteros and Tom Weiskopf, Bill Forrest's journey through golf has been a remarkable one.
In recognition of a lifetime devoted to golf and his world-renowned prowess, the late Moe Norman was officially inducted into the Canadian Sports Hall of Fame on November 1 during a ceremony at the Fairmont Royal York Hotel in Toronto.