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The Early Summer 2011 issue of PRO talk is now available. Click here to view the Early Summer 2011 Issue of PRO talk Magazine.
Golf Associations Highlighting Industry’s Positive Impact and Sustainable Practices VICTORIA (May 18th, 2011) – Today the British Columbia Allied Golf Associations (BCAGA) brought local golf industry representatives to the Legislature to increase awareness of golf as a major driver of British Columbia’s economic and physical well-being and highlight the responsible practices of the industry.
Sportlifestyle company and high performance equipment brand will be supporting July event held at Big Sky Golf & Country Club in Pemberton, BC. RICHMOND, B.C. - (May 17th, 2011) - The Professional Golfers' Association of British Columbia is pleased to announce a new corporate partnership with...
Dave Zibrik of Westwood Plateau Golf Academy and Dan Swanson of Guildford Golf Course combine to win first Club Professional Series event of the year! The first of the four OAKCREEK Golf & Turf / DSG Fleet Solutions PGA of BC Club Professional Series Presented by Golf Supply House was contested...
RICHMOND, B.C. - (March 11, 2011) - The Professional Golfers' Association of British Columbia is pleased to announce a new corporate partnership with Williams Moving & Storage through the end of 2013, making them the “Official Moving & Storage Company of the PGA of BC”. Williams Moving...
RICHMOND, B.C. - (January 5, 2011) - The Professional Golfers' Association of British Columbia announced today that Interim Operations Manager Donald Miyazaki, has been promoted to Interim Executive Director of the association. "The PGA of British Columbia Board of Directors are very impressed with...
Oak Bay Marine Group, the Official Holiday & Fishing Resort of the PGA of BC, invites all PGA of BC Members to enjoy savings of up to 40% on all- inclusive fishing trips to the action-packed Queen Charlotte Islands. This is your year, so why wait? Last year, their Queen Charlotte Islands...
The Canadian PGA announced March 24, 2010 that the proposed PACE program, an education and employment strategy to enhance the knowledge and influence of all Canadian PGA Professionals, was approved by the Membership at the Annual General Meeting in Moncton, New Brunswick. Click here to read the...

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