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Spring Seminar - Extra Educational Opportunities
Education News

Spring Seminar - Extra Educational Opportunities

The Education Committee is happy to announce that there will be 3 additional Education Events ran on the sidelines of the Spring Seminar this year!  We will be partnering with Alberta Golf who will  be providing a certification seminar on the new World Handicap System. Jason Glass will be doing a practical hands-on live evaluation session which will be possible to attend as either a participant or as an observer at a reduced rate. Last but not least, we are excited to have Nick Clearwater of GOLFTEC who will be running a live instruction seminar with the ability to attend and receive instruction or just observe at a reduced rate.  

Details are still coming together but look for R E G I S T R A T I O N to open for these events next week!
Space will be limited and registration will be on a first come first serve basis so, make sure to check back in for further updates.


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**Time and locations are still subject to change**

*Contact [email protected] with any questions*


PGA Championship of Canada Returns to Edmonton’s Royal
PGA of Canada News

PGA Championship of Canada Returns to Edmonton’s Royal

The PGA Championship of Canada presented by TaylorMade Golf Canada and adidas Golf returns to Royal Mayfair Golf Club in Edmonton July 6-10, for the fourth time in the event’s 99-year history. The last time it was there, “The King” Arnold Palmer took home the title. 

“Royal Mayfair Golf Club’s rich heritage and pristine conditions make it the perfect venue for our association’s most prestigious championship,” said PGA of Canada President Mark Patterson. “We are delighted to see our top professionals return to such an iconic facility and thank Director of Golf Matt Johnson and the entire membership for sharing their club with us.”

Established in 1922, Royal Mayfair Golf Club remains one of the longest-standing private clubs in Edmonton. An impressive list of golfers have graced the fairways there, from LPGA TOUR players Lorena Ochoa and Lydia Ko (both CN Women’s Open champions) to golf legend Arnold Palmer, who won the PGA Championship of Canada in 1980—known then as the Labatt’s International Golf Classic.
 
“Our club is honoured to welcome back the PGA Championship of Canada presented by TaylorMade Golf Canada and adidas Golf,” said Johnson. “It’s pretty special to host this event on the 40th anniversary of Palmer winning at Royal Mayfair."

Last year’s winner Dustin Risdon from Calgary, Alta. bested Vancouver’s Oliver Tubb 3&1 to claim his second national PGA title. “This is one trophy in Canadian golf that I really wanted to win,” said Risdon. “If you look at the names on the trophy it’s amazing and now my name will be on there too for the rest of time.”

Click here to read the full press release from the PGA of Canada.

Annual General Meeting & Board Nominees
Association News

Annual General Meeting & Board Nominees

The Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the Members of the Professional Golfers’ Association of Alberta will be held on Monday, March 2nd, 2020 at The Derrick Golf and Winter Club (3500 119 St NW) in Edmonton. Start time will be 9:00am.

Elections for the PGA of Alberta Board of Directors and Assistants’ Board will be held at the AGM. Please click on the below links to view this years Nominees for each respective Board. If you did not receive information on the AGM, please contact the PGA office.

Board of Directors Nominees - Click Here

Assistants’ Board of Directors Nominees 
- Click Here