A quirky golf shootout featuring some of British Columbia's top players will return for a second straight year May 24 at Gleneagles Golf Course in West Vancouver.
A field of 80 golfers including Abbotsford's own Nick Taylor will tee off today for the annual Ledgeview Classic in Abbotsford. With a 9: 53 a.m. tee time, Taylor will be playing alongside Mission's Kevin Stinson, who won the 2012 event after shooting a 64.
After being named the PGA of BC's Player of the Year, Chilliwack's Brad Clapp could snag an even bigger honour this week.
Sometimes slow and steady doesn't win the race, or the golf tournament.
He's shot back-to-back course records, knocked off one of B.C.'s best golfers in match play and quickly risen up the PGA of Canada rankings. But while Brad Clapp may be the hottest golfer in the province right now, the 25-year-old Chilliwack Golf and Country Club pro is confident he's not just riding a streak of good play.
THE VGT Golf West Vancouver Shootout lived up to its name as the unique event hosted last month at Gleneagles Golf Course came down to a oneshot-to-win showdown between North Vancouver pro Bryn Parry and Vancouver's Ryan Williams.
Local golfer Brad Clapp captured the BC PGA Assistants' Championship crown with flair this week, beating an 18-year-old course record at the Vernon Golf & Country Club two days in a row.
THE tee boxes at Gleneagles Golf Course will be crowded today for a unique event pitting 10 golfers against each other in a mass start, elimination tournament with cash prizes on the line.
ON May 16 some of the best golfers in British Columbia are coming to West Vancouver's Gleneagles Golf Course for the first-ever Vancouver Golf TourGolf West Vancouver Shootout.
NORTH Vancouver's Bryn Parry finished second at the PGA Assistants' Championship of Canada played Sept. 18-21 at the Cherry Hill Club in Ridgeway, Ont.
Local golfer Doug Morgan is currently in Kamloops, looking to achieve a rare feat.
They go to school together, they golf together and they have fun together.
Bryn Parry, a CPGA golf instructor at North Vancouver's Seymour Creek Golf Centre, took his fourth tour win of the 2011 season on July 4, when the Bowen Island Golf Club hosted the Srixon Lower Mainland Pro Golf Tour for the inaugural J&E Backhoe Pro-Am tournament.