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2UNDR was designed in Vancouver but is worn everywhere. Brand ambassadors include PGA Tour stars Rickie Fowler and Matt Every, plus many other major and action-sport athletes throughout North America.
Part of the Rampion Enterprises Ltd. brand family, 2UNDR is a Bronze-level Preferred Partner of the Association and presenting sponsor of the PGA of BC’s Golf Shop of the Year Award. Click below to learn more.
The PGA of BC will conduct its final Playing Ability Test (PAT) of 2022 on Tuesday September 13th at Belmont Golf Course in Langley, BC.

Applicants will be attempting to demonstrate their on-course skill over 18 holes in order to continue their career aspirations as Golf Professionals.

Registration for this event closes this Friday September 2nd and limited spaces still remain. Please click below for more information on this Playing Ability Test event.

As a reminder, caddies in PAT events must be active members of the PGA of Canada in good standing. For more information on how to join the PGA of Canada, please click here.
Good luck to Cheam Mountain Golf Course Apprentice Professional Kevin Stinson, who was selected to represent the PGA of Canada at the Four Nations Cup.

The PGA of Canada is set to take on teams from the PGA of South Africa, PGA of Australia and PGA of New Zealand in a team-based event.

The inaugural event is being hosted by the PGA of South Africa and kicks off today, running through September 4th at Kyalami Country Club in Johanesburg, South Africa.

The competition will be played over five rounds, with three to be played as fourball matches and two as singles matches. One point will be awarded per victory with all halved matches earning half a point. A total of 60 points are available across all the teams with a maximum of 30 points to be won by an individual team.
The team from the PGA of Canada was chosen based off the PGA of Canada Points Rankings and ability to attend. Updates on the event will be posted on the PGA of South Africa's Instagram page, which can be accessed by clicking below.
Please be advised that the PGA of BC Administration Office will be closed next week in observance of Labour Day.
The office will be closed on Monday, Sept. 5. Regular office hours will resume on Tuesday, Sept. 6 at 8:00am. PT. The next issue of E-News will be published on Thursday, Sept. 8.
The PGA of BC wishes all members, industry friends and their families a safe and happy holiday weekend.
Zachary Deteau-Taguchi's application to the PGA of Canada has been approved and he becomes an Apprentice Professional at Langara Golf Course

Hannah Lee has left Northview Golf & Country Club

Evan Dyki has successfully completed the National Training Academy and becomes a Class "A" Professional at Royal Colwood Golf Club
No new career opportunities this week
Head Professional, Mountain View Golf Club

Member Since: 2010

Why did you become a PGA of Canada Professional?
I got into golf a little later than most (13yrs old) but took to the game really quickly. I would help with younger kids camps in my teens and found it to be incredibly fulfilling. Also just loved being in and around the course.

What is the most rewarding part about being a member of the PGA of BC?
That smile you get out of someone you’re working with when something finally clicks. That gratification in their eyes. Also getting to work with kids and watching them grow up and get better.

At which golf facility did you first begin working within the industry, and who was the PGA Professional?
Yellowknife Golf Club at the tender age of 13. The PGA professional was Trevor Maywood.

What is an interesting fact about yourself that doesn't involve golf?
I’m a level 3 certified basketball coach and have a French bulldog named Maverick (big Top Gun fan).
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With the nomination process for the 2022 PGA of BC Awards having closed last week, the PGA of BC wanted to extend their gratitude to all members and industry friends who took the opportunity to recognize a member or facility.

Regional nomination committees are currently being established to review all submissions and supporting documents. Regional Award Recipients in all member-determined categories is set to be announced in mid-September.

Members will once again having the opportunity to cast a vote in these categories, with these results being considered alongside judgements made by the Final Selection Committee.

Each of the Regional Award Recipients will then become provincial finalists for this year's PGA of BC Awards, with the Provincial Award Recipients to be announced at the 2022 PGA of BC Awards Celebration presented by Replay Golf Supplies & Tribal. The event will take place the evening of October 12th at the River Rock Casino Resort in Richmond, BC.

Eligible provincial award recipients will also be put forward as the PGA of BC's nominee for corresponding PGA of Canada national awards where applicable. 

If you have any questions regarding the 2022 PGA of BC Awards, please contact Progams Manager Dan Czerwenka at [email protected].
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