Congrats to Jason Day on becoming World #1 and to Col Swatton for his first class mentoring, caddying and coaching! Well done gents!!
A statement from Greg Norman on new world No. 1, Jason Day:
"There are people who go through life happy with being status quo, willing to just be happy with how their life is without setting aspirations and goals from the dreams they have embedded within from a young age. Jason, made public his desires and dreams to be world No. 1. An exposure that can and has backfired on many. But for him, it was a stimulant. He has come a long way, and I for one am extremely proud of him for his determination, belief, his game and professionalism. He has elevated the representation standard of the game of golf, by elevating himself. I have said this many times and I will say it again, global golf is in great hands with the elite of the elite. It will be a pleasure and joy to watch how the No. 1 spot will be challenged for in the years to come with the plethora of talent we have in the game. Congratulations Jason Day, you so deserve the No. 1 spot!"
You are all WELCOME to our FREE "How To Be A Great Golf Parent" Seminar. Learn some tips how you can make your child's journey an even more enjoyable and successful one on and off the golf course.
Date: Saturday, October 3rd
Time: 4:00pm to 5:30pm
Venue: Meadow gardens Golf Club
*Complimentary Tea, Coffee & Snacks
The SRPGA would like to congratulate three of their Golf-Atheltes, Euna Han, Kathrine Chan and Alisha Lau for their selection to represent Team Canada in the World Junior Girls Championships. The event will be played in Ottawa, ON at The Marshes GC from September 20-25. Play Well Girls!!
Sep 03 Amateur / Other Six athletes selected to represent Canada at second World Junior Girls Championship Herb Fung/ Golf Canada OTTAWA, Ont. – The world’s top female junior golfers will gather in Ottawa for the second playing of the World Junior Girls Championship from September 20-25 at The Mars…
A very nice week for our Golf-Ahletes at the AJGA Sunriver Junior Open, Oregon USA. All these players have been working extremely smart over the past few weeks and deserve everything they get. In the Girls division 13 year old Euna Han finished 5th and 15 year old Kathrine Chan finished T11. In the boys division 17 year olds Tanvir Khalon finished T4 and James Kim T8. Congrats to all!!