JULY 14, 2020
FAIRMONT HOT SPRINGS, BC (PGA of British Columbia) – Five of 10 participants were successful in meeting 18-hole target scores during Tuesday’s PGA of BC Playing Ability Test held at Fairmont Hot Springs Resort’s Riverside Course.
Under the format newly introduced for 2020, each applicant has a target score to meet based upon their age and gender to satisfy the PGA of Canada’s playing ability requirements. As all participants in Tuesday’s PAT were men aged 49 and younger, the target score for each was set at 79, which was calculated by adding nine strokes to the course rating.
Congratulations to the following individuals who met their target scores during Tuesday’s PAT, listed alphabetically:
- Daniel Feuz - Golden Golf Club
- Brett Greenman - Mount Paul Golf Course
- Min Kang - Ledgeview Golf & Country Club
- Ty Li - Par-Tee Golf
- Kaydon Sissett - Eaglequest Golf Centre at Coquitlam
Each of the successful applicants have now taken an important step towards obtaining membership within the PGA of Canada.
The PGA of BC will be hosting one more PAT in 2020, scheduled for Sept. 3 at Meadow Gardens Golf Club. Please note that this PAT is currently full and a waitlist has been created. Applicants are still welcome to register for the PAT to be placed on the waitlist; click here to access the PGA of Canada PAT schedule and to register. Those interested in applying to join the PGA of Canada can do so via www.pgaofcanada.com/join.
For more information, please contact:
Communications & Marketing Manager, PGA of BC