PGA of Canada National Award Finalists Revealed The PGA of Canada is thrilled to announce the finalists for its 2020 National Awards.
We are saddened to hear of the passing of PGA of Canada, Class "A" Master Life Professional - Mr. Ron Rayner. Our thoughts are with his family and know he will be missed by many PGA of Canada members and friends.
“He pours his heart and soul into everything he does,” says Jaime Steedman. “When I saw this opportunity arise to shine a little spotlight on the incredible things he’s been doing I just thought it would be a perfect opportunity for someone like him to get the recognition and acknowledgement for everything he does.”
“The dedication and the resilience that Landon has shown this season in dealing not only with the challenges of COVID protocols and operational changes, but also extensive flooding of both the golf course and his home, demonstrate his ability to persevere in the face of significant adversity,” Pritchard stated.
Learn how PGA of Canada professional Michael Nutt, affectionately nicknamed 'Life', rose to the occasion in 2020 despite a few unexpected challenges. This article is part of the PGA of Canada's ECCO #ThanksForSteppingUp member recognition campaign.
Join us on January 28, 2021, as we celebrate our National Award winners from coast-to-coast. The annual celebration has grown into one of the most anticipated events in Canadian golf and this year promises to be no different with Bob Weeks and Ian Leggatt returning as co-hosts. Registration is now open and all are welcome to attend.
Team Canada program expands roster to include 29 athletes, with PGA of Canada members Derek Ingram, Tristan Mullally, Robert Ratcliffe, Jennifer Greggain, and Andrew Parr serving as coaches.
In partnership with ECCO, we are giving away 18 pairs of shoes to recognize members and apprentices for going above and beyond during COVID-19. Say #ThanksForSteppingUp and nominate a fellow Pro today.
The Canadian golf industry generated $18.2B in economic benefits across our nation in 2019, according to a recent economic analysis conducted by Group ATN Consulting Inc. on behalf of the National Allied Golf Associations (We Are Golf).
The Warren Crosbie Community Leadership Award will be presented annually to a member of the association who has demonstrated exceptional leadership qualities and gone above and beyond to make a meaningful and lasting impact within their community. Nominations open until Nov. 6.
Greggain, a resident of Chilliwack, B.C., transitions into the role after joining the national team program as assistant coach of the Women’s Amateur and Young Pro Squads in January of 2020.
Levelwear donates over 25 per cent of all funds raised through its charitable face mask initiative to the PGA of Canada's member assistance program.