PGA of Quebec Announces Partnership with PING AND BPG

PGA of Quebec Announces Partnership with PING AND BPG

Montreal, Quebec (July 2, 2019) - The PGA of Quebec has announced a partnership with PING Canada and Boutiques Pro Golf (BPG) for the 2019 season. They will become sponsors of the Education Series: PING and BPG Championship. The Education Series is a unique event where PGA of Quebec professionals enjoy a unique experience through education in the morning followed by a tournament in the afternoon. The PING and BPG Championship will be the second stop of the Education Series, and will take place on July 29 at the Whitlock Golf Club.

"We at PING Canada are proud to support the PGA of Quebec professionals.  The PING brand represents quality, innovation and excellence and partnering with the PGA brand in Quebec is something that we have wanted to do for many years. The PING and BPG Championship – Education Series event on July 29th, at Whitlock Golf Club, is a great opportunity for PING to contribute to the education of the golf professional and also support their passion for playing the game. ‘’said Dave Wilson, General Manager, at PING Canada.

Boutique Pro Golf is thrilled to be supporting the PGA of Quebec and its members. It is a natural fit for our organizations to collaborate since BPG members must be part of the PGA of Canada. BPG also has the education of PGA professionals and its members as a priority. We are also proud to be partnering with PING Canada on this event; the Education Series: PING and BPG Championship. Providing business education along with club fitting, golf instruction and sales makes perfect sense, and following it by a professional tournament, really encompasses what it is to be a PGA Professional, " announced Martin Boucher, Executive Director of Boutique Pro Golf  

"I would like to thank PING Canada and Boutiques Pro Golf for supporting the PGA of Quebec and its nearly 400 members. Their involvement in the Education Series: PING and BPG Championship will make this event a great success, in addition to contributing to the development of PGA professionals in Quebec. We value their support and hope this is the beginning of a long and strong relationship," announced Dominic Racine, Executive Director of the PGA of Quebec.

In addition, great news for the PGA of Quebec pros, the winner of the PING and BPG Championship will receive an exemption in the Mackenzie Tour-PGA TOUR Canada event, the Mackenzie Investments Open, which will take place from September 2 to 8 at Elmridge Country Club. The PING and BPG Championship is an official event on the PGA of Quebec Tour Ranking presented by Coors Light. For all the information related to the tournament, visit

About PING Canada
PING products are designed, manufactured and assembled at the company's headquarters in Phoenix, Arizona. PING's mission "To be the undisputed leader in innovation, design, service and quality, while providing an environment that enables employees to reach their full potential.

About Boutiques Pro Golf
The BPG Purchasing Group was founded in 1980 by 2 golf professionals and now represents more than 160 golf shops across the country. All BPG members must be members of the Quebec PGA. BPG is a network of dynamic, knowledgeable and experienced professionals working to develop players and the game of golf.

About Whitlock Golf & Country Club
The Whitlock Golf & Country Club features 27 challenging and peaceful golf holes, four curling rinks and a warm welcome pavilion with modern facilities designed for the comfort and enjoyment of the members. An accent of pride and familiarity is unique to the community that forged the club.

About the PGA of Quebec
The PGA of Quebec is comprised of nearly 400 golf club professionals. The members include golf industry experts such as respected Golf Club Executives, passionate golf instructors, and talented players. The PGA of Quebec supports the members in their career paths, promote their value within the golf industry, and help grow the game of golf in Quebec.


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Dominic Racine