PGA of BC Club Professional Championship history

Club Professional Championship

The PGA of BC Club Professional Championship is open to all members serving in the roles of Head, Executive or Head Teaching Professionals within the Association.
 
Contested each September, the event is a 36-hole, individual stroke-play championship. The winner has their name etched on the Dick Munn Memorial Trophy, whose namesake was Canada's youngest Head Professional at age 19, became the longtime Head Professional at Point Grey Golf & Country Club and later helped found Gallagher's Canyon Golf & Country Club.
 
Dean Claggett, Dan Swanson and Lindsay Bernakevitch hold the most all-time titles in the event with two each.  
 
** - Denotes victory in a playoff
(#) Next to champion's name denotes number of titles won
 
YEAR CHAMPION WINNING SCORE VENUE RUNNER-UP
2019 Mark Kitts 137 (-7) Kelowna Golf & Country Club Dave Zibrik
2018 Lindsay Bernakevitch (2) 138 (-6) University Golf Club Dave Zibrik
2017 Philip Jonas 137 (-3) Victoria Golf Club Matthew Palsenbarg
2016 Dave Zibrik 137 (-9) Quilchena Golf & Country Club Matthew Palsenbarg
2015 Lindsay Bernakevitch 140 (-4) Richmond Country Club Mark Strong & Murray Poje
2014 Doug Morgan 141 (-3) Seymour Golf & Country Club Bill Kelly & Kevin Maxwell
2013 Scott Rodgers 143 (-3) Shaughnessy Golf & Country Club Cory Betz
2012 Dean Claggett (2) 141 (+2) Victoria Golf Club Rob Anderson
2011 Dan Swanson (2) 139 (-5) Richmond Country Club Dean Claggett
2010 Dan Swanson 140 (-4) The Vancouver Golf Club David Bolton & Daryl Stubbs
2009 Tony Harris 144 (+2) Bear Mountain Resort Community Rob Anderson
2008 Dean Claggett** 142 (E)  Marine Drive Golf Club Cec Ferguson & David Bolton
2007 Rob Anderson 139 (-7) Shaughnessy Golf & Country Club Doug Morgan & Scott Dickson
2006 Bill Kelly 138 (-6) The Vancouver Golf Club David Bolton & Cec Ferguson