• Chambers Bay Assistant GM Jamie Fay Suffers Tragic Death In Windstorm

    The following message was sent out by Tom Cade, the president of the Pacific Northwest Golf Association (PNGA) to address the tragic loss of Jamie Fay, the Assistant General Manager at Chambers Bay, host of this year's U.S. Open championship. 

    Jamie Fay succumbed to injuries sustained when a tree fell onto his vehicle during the windstorm this past weekend. The PNGA along with many other golf associations including British Columbia Golf want to express their most sincere condolences to Jamie Fay's wife and family following this terrible accident.

  • 31st PNGA Men’s Mid-Amateur Championship To Be Held At Bear Mountain Golf Resort In Victoria

    The Beautiful Bear Mountain Golf Resort Plays Host To The 2015 Pacific Northwest Men's Mid-Amateur - Image Credit Jeff Sutherland

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

    August 31, 2015 

    Victoria, B.C. – The 31st Pacific Northwest Men’s Mid-Amateur Championship will take place Sept. 1-3 at the Westin Bear Mountain Golf Resort in Victoria, B.C. The 54-hole stroke-play championship will be conducted by the Pacific Northwest Golf Association (PNGA) and will be played on the resort’s Valley Course.

  • Thompson Sets Record, BC's Svensson Just 2 Shots Back In Winco Portland Open

    Surrey's Adam Svensson Is Just Two Back In The Web.com Tour's Winco Foods Portland Open After An Opening Round 64

    For Immediate Release

    North Plains, Ore. – Rookie Curtis Thompson fired a course-record, 9-under 62 Thursday and grabbed the first-round lead at the WinCo Foods Portland Open, the final event on the Web.com Tour’s regular season schedule.

    Thompson, older brother to LPGA star Lexi, chalked up nine birdies in a flawless trip around the Witch Hollow course at Pumpkin Ridge in suburban Portland to take a two-shot lead over Canada’s Adam Svensson, who's bogey-free round included 7 birdies.

  • B.C.’s Cameron MacKenzie Earns Medalist Honors At U.S. Mid-Amateur Qualifying At Gamble Sands

    Vancouver's Cameron MacKenzie (L) Took Medalist Honours At Gamble Sands In Washington State To Qualify For The 2015 U.S. Mid-Amateur Championship - Image Courtesy USGA

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

    (August 26, 2015 Brewster, Wash.) – Cameron MacKenzie of Vancouver, B.C. shot a 2-under-par 70 during today’s 18-hole qualifier to earn medalist honors in qualifying for the 2015 U.S. Mid-Amateur Championship, which will be held October 3-8, 2015 at John’s Island Club in Vero Beach, Fla.

  • Brooke Henderson Granted LPGA Tour Membership

    Canada's Brooke Henderson Is Now A Full Fledged Member Of The LPGA Tour - Image Courtesy Golf Canada

    For Immediate Release via LPGA Tour

    Canada’s Brooke Henderson has been granted immediate status on the LPGA Tour. Read the statement by the tour’s commissioner Michael Whan and one from Brooke below.

  • Hannah O’Sullivan Wins the 2015 U.S. Women’s Amateur Championship

    courtesy usga

    PORTLAND, Ore. – Hannah O’Sullivan, 17, of Chandler, Ariz., won the 2015 U.S. Women’s Amateur Championship at Portland Golf Club, earning a 3-and-2 victory over Sierra Brooks, 17, of Sorrento, Fla.

    After trailing by three holes through 15, O’Sullivan steadily inched closer, cutting the deficit to 1 down at the 18-hole break, squaring the match through 23 holes, taking the lead on the 24th hole and making a 4-foot par putt on the 34th green to seal the victory.

  • Canada’s Brooke Henderson Picks Up First LPGA Tour Win In Cambia Portland Classic

    Canada's Brooke Henderson Won The Cambia Portland Classic By 8 Shots For Her First Victory On The LPGA Tour - Image Courtesy Golf Canada

    courtesy LPGA Communications

    PORTLAND, Ore. –Brooke Henderson captured her first LPGA victory in style, cruising to an eight-shot victory at the Cambia Portland Classic.

    “It’s amazing,” Henderson said with a smile. “It’s such an unbelievable thing it’s not even real life yet I don’t think.”

  • Joshua Gliege Defeats BC’s Roy Kang To Win 61st PNGA Junior Boys’ Amateur Championship

    Idaho's Joshua Gliege Defeated North Vancouver's Roy Kang In The Final Match Of The Pacific Northwest Junior Boys' Amateur - Image Credit PNGA

    via PNGA Communications

    Pendleton, Ore. – Joshua Gliege of Eagle, Idaho completed his march through the bracket with an 8 and 7 decision in the final match over Roy Kang of North Vancouver, B.C. to win the 61st Pacific Northwest Junior Boys’ Amateur, which was held at Wildhorse Resort in Pendleton, Ore.

    The championship was conducted by the Pacific Northwest Golf Association (PNGA).

    After 12 holes into the scheduled 36-hole match, Gliege found himself 1-down to Kang, but he then took complete control of the match by winning nine of the next 14 holes, closing out the match with a birdie on the par-5 29th hole.

  • Roy Kang Reaches Final Of PNGA Junior Boys Amateur In Oregon

    by Alfie Lau

    Roy Kang of North Vancouver and the Seymour Golf Club will meet Joshua Gliege of Eagle, ID will meet in Friday morning’s final match at the 61st Pacific Northwest Junior Boys’ Amateur, which is being held at Wildhorse Resort in Pendleton, OR.

    The championship is being conducted by the Pacific Northwest Golf Association (PNGA).

  • Three BCers Included In 14 Player Exemptions Announced For 2015 Canadian Pacific Women’s Open

    Kelowna's Samantha Richdale Is One Of Three British Columbians To Receive An Exemption Into The CP Canadian Women's Open Next Week - Image Courtesy Golf Canada

    via press release

    Coquitlam, B.C. (Golf Canada) – Golf Canada and Canadian Pacific (CP) are pleased to announce the names of 14 players who have received exemptions into the 2015 Canadian Pacific Women’s Open, August 17 – 23, 2015 at The Vancouver Golf Club.

    Headlining the list of exemptions is previously confirmed 17-year old Team Canada Young Pro Squad member Brooke Henderson of Smiths Falls, Ontario who earned her exemption by way of winning the 2015 PGA of Canada Women’s Championship, the third event on the 2015 Canadian Women’s Tour.

  • Megan Osland Top Canadian At Stage 1 LPGA Qualifying School, Advances To Stage 2 In Florida In October

    by Alfie Lau

    Kelowna’s Megan Osland’s golf future continues to burn bright after she finished T12 at the Stage 1 LPGA Qualifying School in Rancho Mirage, CA from Aug. 3-9.

    Osland, who just completed her senior year at San Jose State University, shot rounds of 73-72-69-72 to finish at (-2) 286 and handily advances to Stage 2 LPGA Q School, which will be held Oct. 19-25 at the Plantation Golf and Country Club in Venice, FL.

  • 61st PNGA Junior Boys’ Amateur Championship Set to Begin at Wildhorse Resort

    via press release

    PENDLETON, Oregon — The 61st Pacific Northwest Junior Boys' Amateur Championship heads to Wildhorse Resort in Pendleton, Ore.

    The championship, conducted by the Pacific Northwest Golf Association (PNGA), will be held August 10-14, hosting some of the most talented junior golfers in the Pacific Northwest.

  • Wise Catches Fire In Final Round To Capture 49th Pacific Coast Amateur, BC’s du Toit T6th

    Aaron Wise Is The 49th Pacific Coast Amateur Champion - Image Courtesy Pacific Coast Golf Association

    via press release

    PACIFIC COAST GOLF ASSOCIATION (Eugene, OR)- University of Oregon Duck Sophomore Aaron Wise of Lake Elsinore, California has etched his name in Pacific Coast Amateur history with an impressive final round at Eugene Country Club in Eugene, Oregon.

    Coming into the final round, Wise sat two strokes back of third round leaders Will Zalatoris of Plano, Texas and Bryson DeChambeau of Clovis, California. Wise got off to a great start, making birdies on holes one and three to get to four under and into a lead he would never relinquish.

    "Today was a great day," stated Wise. "I got off to a hot start just as I had wanted to."

  • Southern California Wins 43rd-Annual Junior America’s Cup At Pine Canyon Club, Team B.C. Comes 4th

    Team California (L-R) – Joseph Chun, Chase Furey, Sam Choi, Kevin Smith And Justin Kim - Image Courtesy JGAA

    FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. — The team from Southern California took top honours at the 43rd-annual Junior America’s Cup held in Flagstaff, Arizona at Pine Canyon Club, July 28-30.

    The team – made up of Sam Choi of Cerritos, Chase Furey of Newport Beach, Justin Kim of Fullerton and Joseph Chun of Irvine – finished at 25-under par for the tournament, 13 strokes clear of the second-place team from Wyoming and 17 strokes ahead of the third-place team from Colorado with Team British Columbia two shots further back.

  • You Can Play With Aspiring Indian Professional Golfers

    Ten Top-Ranked Indian Professional Golfers Are Coming To Seattle As Part Of A Tour Of The United States In The Months Of July - August - Image Courtesy IAPGA & IMGC

    The Indian Men's Golf Club (IMGC) of Seattle, in collaboration with the Indo-American Professional Golf Association (IAPGA), presents a first of its kind Golf Pro-Am tournament in Seattle.

    The tournament will bring the local Indian and American golfing community together to enhance their golfing skills and enjoy the game over the weekend of August 15-16th 2015.

  • Wyoming Blitzes Back Nine For Share Of Lead With Oregon After Round One, BC Team Just Two Shots Back In Junior Americas Cup

    FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. – Absent from the top of the leaderboard for most of the day, the team from Wyoming blistered the back nine with nine birdies, one eagle and only three bogies to move into a two-way tie for the lead with Oregon after the first round of the 43rd-annual Junior America’s Cup.

    They finished the day with a 10-under-par 206, two strokes ahead of British Columbia and three strokes ahead of Southern California.

  • Colton Yates Leads BC’s Jared du Toit By One After Round One At Pacific Coast Amateur Golf Championship

    Kimberley BC's Jared du Toit Continues To Play Well After Capturing The British Columbia Men's Amateur Just Over 10 Days Ago, Sitting In Second Spot At The 49th Pacific Coast Amateur Championship - Image Courtesy British Columbia Golf

    PACIFIC COAST GOLF ASSOCIATION (Eugene, OR)- Colton Yates, a soon-to-be Junior on the Colorado State University Men's Golf Team, set the first round pace at the 49th Pacific Coast Amateur Championship hosted by the par 70, 6,975-yard Eugene Country Club in Eugene, Oregon.

  • 43rd Junior America’s Cup Under Way

    The Junior Golf Association of Arizona (JGAA) is hosting the 43rd-annual Junior America’s Cup July 26-30 at Pine Canyon Club in Flagstaff, Ariz.

    The competition brings together an elite international field of 18 teams made up of the top four boys representing 12 Western States, Mexico and Canada (Click Here to see teams and rosters).

  • 2015 Girls Junior Americas Cup Under Way

    British Columbia Is Just One Of The 18 Teams Taking Part In The 2015 Girls Junior Americas Cup Competition - Image Courtesy GJAC

    Some of the best young golfers from the Western U.S., Mexico and Canada are teeing off in Cheyenne July 26-30.

    For the first time ever, the Cheyenne Country Club is playing host to the Girls Junior America’s Cup (GJAC). The international golf tournament features 18 teams made up of four 14-17 year old girls.

  • Prestigious Pacific Coast Amateur Golf Championship Visits Eugene Country Club

    The University of Washington’s Corey Pereira Won The 48th Pacific Coast Amateur Championship - Image courtesy PCGA

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

    Robert Trent Jones-Designed Course Plays Host To 84 Top-Ranked International Amateur Golfers; Championship Consists Of 72-Holes Of Stroke Play Over Four Days Of Competition; Six Oregonians Slated To Compete On Home Soil

    PACIFIC COAST GOLF ASSOCIATION (Eugene, OR)- The 49th installment of the Pacific Coast Amateur Championship, hosted by the Oregon Golf Association, will take place at the historic Eugene Country Club in Eugene, Oregon from July 28th-31st, 2015.