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Global Golf Post: Spittle's success

I’m not the first to say it: Rod Spittle is the nicest man in Canadian golf. Sure he’s lived in Ohio for most of his adult live, but there’s something quintessentially Canadian about a man who constantly thanks interviewers...

Coppinwood and the RBC Canadian Open

New/old Coppinwood owner Paul McLean has confirmed the Uxbridge-based club is seeking the RBC Canadian Open and Golf Canada CEO Scott Simmons and tournament director Bill Paul said they are eying the Tom Fazio course as a potential site for the...

Brian Burke and the issue of Internet...

I don’t really care much about hockey. I know that makes me un-Canadian, but there I’ve said it. And two of the books I’ve written involve hockey, though I’m not sure what that says about me. Anyway, I didn’t...

PGA PRO:Formance Magazine hits inboxes

For the last couple of months I’ve been working on an ambitious project with the PGA of Canada, Golf Town, and Golf Canada. The concept was to create a publication that demonstrated, in an organic fashion, the benefits of PGA of Canada...

Richard Zokol responds: Anchoring ban...

I received a phone call Sunday from my friend, Richard Zokol, a winner on the PGA Tour and Canadian Golf Hall of Fame member. Zoke and I disagree about the anchoring ban, and rather than leaving a lengthy comment, he asked if he could do a...

PGA Tour Canada announces sched —...

The Canadian Tour PGA Tour Canada announced its tournament schedule yesterday. Not shockingly it is relatively anemic, with two new events replacing two tournaments that have disappeared and seven tournaments in all, including one without a...

Highlands Links to stay in government's...

Highlands Links, the terrific Cape Breton course designed by Stanley Thompson, will continue to be operated by the government. Chip Bird (and yes, a great golf name indeed), field unit superintendent for the federal government who oversees...