• Kelowna, BC's Megan Osland Plays Her Way Into 2019 U.S. Women's Open

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    Kelowna’s Megan Osland won the 36-hole U.S Women’s Open Sectional Qualifier held at the Bradenton Country Club in Florida, Monday, May 6th shooting 3-under par 68 in the first round and 1-under par 70 in the second to finish 4-under in the one day tournament.

    This secured her a spot in the 2019 U.S Women’s Open Golf Tournament to be held at the Country Club of Charleston in South Carolina May 30-June 2.

  • McCain Claims Medalist Honours At Mackenzie Tour's Courtenay Q-School; Burnaby's Belle Top Canadian

    Tennessee's Andrew McCain Claimed Medalist Honours In The Mackenzie Tour - PGA TOUR Canada Q-School Stop At Crown Isle Resort In Courtenay, B.C. With Burnaby's Michael Belle (Inset) Finishing as Top Canadian At T6 - Images Courtesy Minnesota Golf Assosciation & Vancouver Golf Tour)

    Via Mackenzie Tour - PGA TOUR Canada Communications

    (Courtenay, British Columbia) — Making 22 birdies and an eagle through four rounds at Crown Isle Resort, Andrew McCain claimed medalist honours by three strokes at the sixth and final Mackenzie Tour Q-School event of the 2019 season.

    “It’s not really like a normal golf tournament because it’s more stressful all the way through,” said the Knoxville, Tennessee native. “At the same time, it’s almost more satisfying just because you have one shot every year to do it, so to show up and have some game when it matters, that means a lot.”

  • Victoria, BC's Naomi Ko Qualifies For U.S. Women's Open

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    WOODBURN, Oreg. – Canadian Naomi Ko has punched her ticket back to the U.S. Women’s Open.

    Ko, a Victoria, B.C., product, bested the 56-player field earn medalist honours with a final score of 3 under par (70-71) at the OGA Golf Course, one of 25 qualifying sites this year. The win marks the second time Ko earned a spot in the LPGA major—she qualified in 2016 as an 18-year-old.

    The Team Canada National Amateur Squad member will take to Country Club of Charleston in Charleston, S.C., when action gets underway from May 30 – June 2.

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  • Video: Andy Sullivan Tries To Make A Hole-in-One With 500 Balls

    European Tour Originals presents the 'Chase The Ace Hole-In-One Challenge', episode 3. How many balls would it take a professional golfer to make a hole-in-one?

    The odds of an average golfer making an ace are roughly one in 100,000, while stats suggest a European Tour pro's chances are closer to one in 2,500. Introducing Andy Sullivan...

  • Canada Life to Assume Title Sponsorship of Two Mackenzie Tour Events Including Point Grey's F55 Open

    Toronto, ON – Following the announcement that Great-West Life, London Life and Canada Life are coming together under one brand in the Canadian market – Canada Life – two Mackenzie Tour events will have new names for the 2019 season.

    Formerly the Freedom 55 Financial Open, the newly named Canada Life Open will be played in Vancouver, B.C., from May 20-26th at Point Grey G&CC, while the formerly named Freedom 55 Financial Championship will now be known as the Canada Life Championship and played in London, Ont., from September 10-16.

  • Golf Canada Leaderboard Presented By Titleist For Week 14

    See how Canadians fared in professional events around the world this past week.

    (BC Players shown in Bold)

  • 2019 Masters Tee Times

    By Christopher Powers/GolfDigest

    The Masters can't get here soon enough, and it will always signal the beginning of golf season, specifically for those who live in cold-weather areas.

    The sights and sounds at Augusta National kick off the year in a way that no other tournament can, and this year's edition of the Masters promises to be a special one. There are too many intriguing storylines to count, with Rory McIlroy's quest for the career Grand Slam leading the way following his Players Championship victory.

    Of course, there's also Tiger Woods, who will be the main draw as long as he's still healthy enough to compete at Augusta National. Patrick Reed, whose game is beginning to trend in the right direction, is the defending champion.

    To read the rest of Christopher Powers' column please click here

  • Famous Masters Rules Violations


    During the Masters there have been many rules issues during the history of the tournament...

  • By The Numbers: The 2019 Masters

    By Jeff Sutherland/iG

    Each year, Inside Golf's stats man finds ten (or so) interesting stats for the year's first Major...

  • You Have One Day At Augusta National. Here's How To Spend It

    That one day at Augusta National will be a busy one trying to get in all the Masters traditions...

    After spending years being in the Masters Lottery hoping and praying to the Masters gods like Bobby Jones, Arnold Palmer and Sam Snead, you've finally made it!

  • Why the Masters is the Most Stressful Week of the Year (And Golf is Only Part of it)

    By Brian Wacker/Golf Digest

    Charles Howell III has attended Augusta National so many times he knows everything about the hallowed grounds...

    The first Masters Charles attended was back in 1987. He witnessed local Larry Mize chip in to defeat Greg Norman in a playoff. Charles was only 7 years old.

  • In Their Own Words, Tour Pros Recount Their First Time Playing Augusta National

    By Dave Shedloski/Golf Digest

    Tour players recall the feeling of playing at Agusta National for the first time...

  • Frequently Asked Questions From The Masters

    Augusta National has rules to follow but also provides tournament staples that everyone must have. Here is a list of some Frequently Asked Questions when it comes to attending The Masters at Augusta National in April.

  • Augusta National Tightens The Rules On Ticket Reselling

    The Masters is stiffening policies when it comes to leaving and re-entering the grounds to prevent mass amounts of merchandise and tournament badges being re-sold on the market.

    Masters officials have cracked down on the number of times a patron can enter the grounds per day from three to two. This news was posted on The Masters website.

  • Current Masters Odds

    The 2019 Masters field is set. With Corey Conners' win at the Valero Texas Open, the field has moved from 86 to 87 to match last year's small field, with Patrick Reed eventually earning the Green Jacket.

    The 87 golfers in each of the last two Masters represent the smallest field for the first major of the year since there were 86 golfers in the field when Tiger Woods won in 1997.

    According to CBS Sports golf columnist Kyle Porter, "Conners is a nice late addition, but he's obviously not one of the favorites. This year's Masters favorite happens to also be the best golfer on the PGA TOUR this season and the man to whom a victory here would probably mean the most of any of the superstars in the game.

    "Rory McIlroy is an 8-1 favorite to win his first Masters, and he's followed closely by Dustin Johnson at 10-1 and Justin Rose at 12-1. Combined, that trio has 10 top 10s in 11 Masters over the last four years."

  • 2019 Masters Field Now Set

    Canadian Corey Conners Seen Here With His Wife After Winning The Valero Texas Open And Punching His Ticket Into Next Weekend's Masters - Image Courtesy Golf Canada

    The "Golden Ticket" was up for grabs Sunday at the Valero Texas Open...Starting Sunday, Corey Conners was looking for that win and a spot in the Masters as his two playing partners Si Woo Kim and Charley Hoffman both had their spot secured. 

    Conners and past Champion Mike Weir will be the only Canadians in the field at Augusta National this year.

  • BC Golf Fantasy Challenge Presented By Bear Mountain Is Gearing Up For The Masters

    Masters Image Used With Permission

    The first leg of the British Columbia Golf Fantasy Golf Tour Challenge is in the books and we have our initial winners as well as the first group of qualifiers for the Grand Prize final event in the PGA TOUR FedEx Cup Championship.

    Next up...The Masters.

    The contest is easy, fun, flexible...and free. Pick your team in any, or all, of five remaining qualifying tournaments through the summer. If you finish in the top 10% of entrants in any one of them you are immediately qualified for the season-ending Championship playoff.

    Emerge victorious there and you will be crowned BC Golf Fantasy Challenge champion. And that title comes with a terrific golf & stay package from Bear Mountain Resort

  • PGA TOUR-Affiliated Tours Canada Player Results Week of 19.03.18

    The PGA TOUR and its affiliated Tours boasts a large roster of players from Canada as members...

  • Hemp Oil Co. Functional Remedies Expands Reach Into Pro Golf With a Sponsorship First

    First International Hemp Oil Company, Functional Remedies, To Sponsor PGA TOUR Champions Tournament The Rapiscan Systems Classic March 25-31 In Biloxi, Mississippi - Image Courtesy Functional Remedies

    (DENVER) - Functional Remedies, the only award-winning, vertically integrated hemp oil company, announced its expanded reach into professional golf by becoming the first-ever hemp oil company to sponsor a PGA TOUR Champions Tournament, the Rapiscan Systems Classic on March 29-31 at Fallen Oak Golf Club in Saucier, north of Biloxi.

  • Mackenzie Tour – PGA TOUR Canada President Jeff Monday to Retire

    Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida – The PGA TOUR announced today that PGA TOUR Canada – Mackenzie Tour President Jeff Monday will be retiring from the PGA TOUR after more than 30 years of service.

    In 2012, Monday led exploratory efforts to determine the PGA TOUR’s role with the Canadian Tour, and he subsequently assumed the position of President when the TOUR agreed to assume operational control of the Tour starting with the 2013 season.

    Monday has overseen significant growth of the Mackenzie Tour, with the schedule now including 12 official events with an average purse of $200,000 (CAD).

    Mackenzie Tour alumni since 2013 include 31 PGA TOUR players, including TOUR winners Mackenzie Hughes, Nick Taylor, Aaron Wise, Tony Finau, and Adam Long, and more than 190 Web.com Tour players.

    The Mackenzie Tour has also made an impact in the communities in which it plays, having donated $4.1 million (CAD) to charity since 2013, including more than $1 million in each of the last three years.

    “Jeff Monday has made incredibly significant contributions to our business during his career at the PGA TOUR,” said PGA Commissioner Jay Monahan.

    “Thanks to Jeff’s vision and leadership, establishing the Mackenzie Tour has been a cornerstone of our international growth over the last six years, and the Tour is set up to flourish well into the future. We can’t thank Jeff enough for his contributions and leadership over the last 30 years.”

    Prior to his position with the Mackenzie Tour, Monday held leadership roles as Senior Vice President and Chief of Operations for PGA TOUR Champions; Senior Vice President of Tournament Development; Vice President of Tournament Business Affairs for PGA TOUR Champions and Web.com Tour; and Vice President, Retail Marketing.

    He joined the TOUR in January 1988, leaving to oversee the American Golf Sponsors for five years before returning to TOUR employment in 1995.

    “It has been my profound honor to work for the PGA TOUR for these last 30 years. My first thought has been about the great people I have met and the experiences I have had. To be in an environment where you provide competitive opportunities for players while seeing the positive impact these tournaments have in communities has been something very special, and I will always value and treasure my involvement with that,” said Monday.

    “To work extensively on the PGA TOUR, PGA TOUR Champions, the Web.com Tour and, for the last seven years, the Mackenzie Tour has left me with a great appreciation for how many really good people there are in the golf world. It has been a true joy to be a part of this wonderful sport. I just feel so privileged and grateful.”

    The transition in Mackenzie Tour leadership will include longtime Championship Management Executive Director Todd Rhinehart alongside current Mackenzie Tour Vice President Scott Pritchard.

    Rhinehart will serve as a Managing Director for several of the TOUR’s international business interests, including the Mackenzie Tour.

    Previously, Rhinehart oversaw the PGA TOUR’s CIMB Classic in Malaysia as Executive Director, beginning in 2012, also assisting in the TOUR’s business development in Southeast Asia.

    Prior to his stint overseas, Rhinehart was the executive director of the TOUR Championship in Atlanta with additional responsibilities with various World Golf Championships events and the Presidents Cup.

    He has been with the TOUR since 1999.

    Pritchard will continue to be based in the PGA TOUR’s Canada offices in Toronto, Ontario.

    As Vice President of the Mackenzie Tour, he will assume additional responsibilities overseeing tournament business affairs, marketing, sponsorships, and scheduling.

    Pritchard is a veteran of the golf industry, having previously worked for the PGA of Canada in a number of roles from 2003 to 2011.

    He joined the PGA TOUR in February 2012 after working at the Canadian Tour as Director of Business Development and Communications.

    About the Mackenzie Tour - PGA TOUR Canada

    The Mackenzie Tour - PGA TOUR Canada is a series of tournaments played across Canada each summer, where tomorrow’s stars begin the path to the PGA TOUR.

    The leading five money winners at the end of each season earn status on the Web.com Tour for the following year.

    The Tour’s alumni include 31 PGA TOUR players and more than 190 Web.com Tour players since 2013.

    The Mackenzie Tour’s mission is to deliver a PGA TOUR experience for its members, fans, volunteers and partners in order to develop the future stars of professional golf and enrich the communities it visits.