We are saddened to share the passing of PGA of Ontario, Class "A" Executive Professional - Mr. Brian Jolley (1975-2022)
Clayton or CWC, as I respectfully called him, was way more than a boss. He was my mentor and idol rolled into one
Dustin Wilson was upstairs in his home in 2018 when he took what he thought was his final breath. He got “help” out of his mouth and woke up two days later in the hospital.
A little bit (or a lot) of wind couldn’t stop Kevin Stinson, the most consistent player on site this week at Algonquin Golf Club, from claiming the 2022 PGA Assistants’ Championship of Canada presented by Callaway Golf.
Across the Atlantic, back to the Pacific and then back again. It has been some kind of September for Cheam Mountain Golf Course Class ‘A’ Professional Kevin Stinson
It was Mitchell Fox’s day at Algonquin Golf Club in St. Andrews, New Brunswick on Monday as the Speargrass Golf Club Apprentice Professional played his final 12 holes of the day 8-under par to fire a 65 to take the first-round lead at the PGA Assistants’ Championship of Canada presented by Callaway Golf.
51 of the country’s top professional golfers are set to play the fourth PGA of Canada National Championship of the season this week at The Algonquin Golf Club in St. Andrews, New Brunswick.
George Spare, of Riverview, passed away at the Albert House Hospice SENB on Thursday, September 8, 2022. Born in Westmount, Quebec, he was the son of the late Frederick and Pauline (Bernier) Spare
Two EDGA 359 clinics will be piloted by Golf Canada and PGA of Canada in Nova Scotia and Ontario with up to 50 new coaches trained in adaptive golf to support athletes with disabilities
Pierre-Alexandre Bédard, Gordon Burns, Branson Ferrier, and Kevin Stinson to represent PGA of Canada professionals at Kyalami Country Club
A sure-fire way to win a golf tournament when holding the lead is to fire the round of the day – and that is exactly what Jim Rutledge managed to do on his 63rd birthday at the PGA Seniors’ Championship of Canada presented by GOLFTEC, firing a 66 to win the event for the seventh time by a four-stroke margin.
While Jim Rutledge’s second-round 70 was good enough to earn him this year’s Super Senior title at the PGA Seniors’ Championship of Canada presented by GOLFTEC (a trophy he’s claimed each of the past two years), the real test for the six-time tournament winner will come tomorrow when he tries to fend off Scott Allred, who sits just one-stroke back, and Philip Jonas, who is two back after a second-consecutive 68