Golf Canada is pleased to announce the eight champions of Sunday’s Future Links Junior Skills Challenge National Event at Magna Golf Club in Aurora, Ont.
Now general manager at Credit Valley, he made a big impression as head golf pro at the Peterborough Golf and Country Club.
Sunday marked a historic moment in Canadian golf, with Team Canada taking home the bronze medal in the mixed team event—the first-ever medal for Canada at the Pan Am Games.
It wasn’t the stroll to the finish line Jim Rutledge had hoped for, but in the end, the 59-year-old from Victoria captured the PGA Seniors’ Championship of Canada.
Thru two rounds at Carleton Golf and Yacht Club, Rutledge sits atop the leaderboard at -11, three shots clear of his nearest competitor Ken Tarling of Ontario.
The 59-year-old from Victoria began his campaign for a sixth PGA Seniors’ Championship of Canada title with a bogey-free opening-round 6-under-par 65 at Carleton Golf and Yacht Club in Ottawa.
The Carleton Golf and Yacht Club Hosts the PGA Seniors’ Championship of Canada, Aug. 6-9.
Don’t fret there’s still time to qualify through one of the remaining local qualifiers across the country
The National Junior Golf Development Centre (NJGDC) initiative was established to recognize facilities that offer a first-class experience for children aged 5-18.
Rebecca Lee-Bentham posted a final round 9-under-par 63—both a new course record at Ladies’ Golf Club of Toronto and personal best—to come from behind and claim the title by four-shots over last year’s winner Jessica Porvasnik.
Four players—including a pair of amateurs—are tied atop the leaderboard at -3, with 17 players at even par or better.
A field highlighted by four-time LPGA Tour winner and Canadian Golf Hall of Fame member Lorie Kane, as well as a number of noted up-and-coming players, will tee it up July 2-4 at Ladies’ Golf Club of Toronto.