Welcome to the Pacific Canadian Golf Association
Our Club was formed to give Men the opportunity to golf on a regular basis. With busy work schedules and other commitments we know how difficult it can be to find the time to book a tee time at your favourite course for you and your buddies. That's where our Club can help, with pre-booked times every Saturday from April to October you can plan your schedule and play in a Tournament setting amid a friendly atmosphere as often as you like. With our online signup page it's simple, fast and guarantees your spot. Memberships are now available, join today to begin your hassle free Golf experience.
In the fall of 2013 Bob Hayes and Ken Emerson began putting their ideas together with the intent of forming a new Golf League. With the addition of Martin Abel and Michael Anthony to the organizing committee and the concept for the League in place the Pacific Canadian Golf Association was officially formed. Together the founding Members bring over 30 years of combined knowledge and experience in the Organization and Management of Golf Leagues through their work with other Associations. Feel free to contact any Member of the Organizing committee for additional information regarding all Club information.
The 2016 Schedule includes 27 Tournaments with play set to begin on April 9th at the Swan-e-Set Golf Resort and will continue every Saturday until October 15th with the annual Awards Banquet after the round. The venues for the tournaments include some of the best Public Courses throughout the Lower Mainland and Fraser Valley.The full Schedule with Courses, Dates, Times and Cost is available with an online Player Signup page, along with a complete confirmed booking page. This years Schedule includes a Singles Match Play event and the Golf With Flair Challenge, details of these competitions are available in the Tournament link of the website.
Latest News and Tournament Results
Week 11 was played on Saturday at the Carnoustie Golf Club despite the less than ideal conditions, lets face it they were terrible, pouring rain non-stop all day. 16 players showed up and 15 finished the round which is a testament to their commitment to the game, or they just had nothing better to do. The scores for the day were surprisingly good considering the weather conditions, in fact 1 player managed to break 80 on the day, for a full recap check out the Leaderboard page.