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.
Nobody was more excited, proud, nervous and anxious tracking scores from the final round of the Mackenzie Tour-PGA Tour Canada’s recent Canada Life Series Championship than Daniel Langevin. “Three players that you coach in a professional Canadian event, one, two and three? I was more than happy. It’s tough to describe.”
Touring professionals rarely contemplate their retirement plans. As many will tell you, if you’re on the road going from tournament to tournament thinking about your next job, you’re probably not going to perform very well in your current one. Jennifer Greggain was no different.
Fate often has a way of shaping people’s lives. For a teenaged Carla Munch-Miranda, it was a contract her family’s construction company landed to renovate the clubhouse at Cambridge, Ont.’s Puslinch Golf and Country Club that placed her on the path from non-golfer to — nearly three decades later — the PGA of Canada’s national coach of the year.
With the national final cancelled because COVID-19, finalists from coast-to-coast were competing for titles in their own region as well as the overall title, awarded to the team with the greatest score differential*.
The decision was made in consultation with playing members and partners and comes as a result of ongoing domestic and international restrictions on travel, as well as safety concerns caused by the pandemic.
The PGA of Canada will continue to monitor COVID-19 developments across the country and advise of plans for reinstating NCCP workshops when travel restrictions lessen and it becomes safe and responsible to conduct face-to-face sessions again.
The PGA of Canada and its partners now look to 2021 to deliver an exceptional experience for members at the 99th-playing of the historic national championship.