Greg Pool And Matt Dunn Lead PGA of BC Professional Development Program

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With only three months left until this year’s PGA of BC Professional Development Program (PDP) presented by Sunice and Bobby Jones Golf Apparel winds down, Greg Pool (Capilano Golf & Country Club) and Matt Dunn (Shaughnessy Golf & Country Club) lead an extremely tight points race.

As of September 7, Pool and Dunn showcase their active involvement with 68 points each. Bill Kelly (Glacier Greens Golf Course) sits only three points behind with 65 points, followed by Adam Blair (Talking Rock Golf Resort) rounding out the top of leaderboard with 62 points.

Following a successful launch of the program in 2013, the PDP continues to serve as a measurable tool to recognize members of the Association who have showed a tremendous contribution to the Association, the industry, and mostly importantly, themselves.

Past winners of the year-long Order of Merit include Dave Zibrik (Point Grey Golf & Country Club), Jeff Palmer (Ardmore Golf Course), and Alan Palmer (Shaughnessy Golf & Country Club) who each took home the $2,000 first place prize at year's end.

A full listing of the 2016 PGA of BC Professional Development Program Order of Merit can be found by clicking here.

For additional information, including details of changes, schedule of points, extracurricular points submission form and full listing of the 2016 Order of Merit standings, please visit the PGA of BC Professional Development Program website at The 2016 PDP Order of Merit runs from December 1, 2015 - November 30, 2016.

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