JUNE 8, 2022
RICHMOND, BC (PGA of British Columbia) - The second PGA of BC Playing Ability Test (PAT) of 2022 was conducted on Tuesday where 26 prospective PGA of Canada members teed off at Rivershore Golf Links in Kamloops.
Target scores for participating applicants vary based on several factors and were as follows:
- Males aged 49 & younger: 80
- Males aged 50 & older: 82
- Females aged 49 & younger: 84
- Females aged 50 & older: 86
The PGA of BC would like to extend hearthfelt congratulations the following applicants on their successful round at Rivershore:
Carson Spooner (Westwood Plateau Golf & Country Club)
Hyun Koo Han (Valley Golf Centre)
Luke Andrew Fedora (The Fairmont Chateau Whistler Golf Club)
Austen Owen (World Beat Family Golf Centre)
Nathan Hickey (Marine Drive Golf Club)
Mike Ryan (Strictly Golf Vernon)
Sungsan Oh (Vancouver Golf Academy)
By demonstrating their playing ability, each of the successful applicants listed above have taken an important step toward obtaining Apprentice Professional status within the PGA of Canada.
The PGA of BC looks forward to offering two additional PAT opportunities across the province during the 2022 season. The next scheduled event takes place Thursday July 14th at Arbutus Ridge Golf Club in Cobble Hill, BC . Those interested in the steps and requirements to join the PGA of Canada can find more information by visiting www.pgaofcanada.com/join.