Francis Berthiaume played 67 on Monday on the South course of the Elm Ridge club while Tim Alarie, 70, on the North for the best scores of the children's tournament of the PGA of Quebec and we applaud them.
In addition to Tiger, Rory, Jordan and company, add Jean, Serge and Ben among the names at the 150th anniversary of the British Open Grand Mass at St. Andrews Sanctuary this week. Read more
Once again, the registration date is postponed at the PGA of Quebec. Read more
These days, the Facebook page of the Golf Club is a lot and above all that of a name: Marc Hins. Read more
Quebec golf lost one of its deans with the death of Jean-Guy Gendron, both a National League hockey player, notably with the Canadiens, and a certified PGA professional.
This is certainly not how they would have wanted to start the break at fortinet PGA TOUR Canada, until July 21. Read more Photo: Joey Savoie
What does the new LIV circuit look like, which is controversial for its funding by Saudi money during tournaments with $25 million in purses each? Read more
It was necessary to go into overtime Monday in Joliette to determine the winner of the Ping Championship presented by Levelwear in Joliette. Read more Photo: Golf Canada
Failing to have a winner from Quebec, like Marc-Étienne Bussières, Pierre-Alexandre, Éric Laporte and company in the recent past, the new PGA champion Bet Regal of Canada this year
Guy Faucher made envious at the colleges of the PGA of Quebec, last week. Read more
This week, Canada Day starts earlier. In fact, the celebrations are already well underway at Golf Canada for a very good reason. Read more
Will the absence of Marc-Étienne Bussières, from the Longchamp club, this year at the Bet Regal Canadian Championship, which is the centennial in Beacon Hill, be filled with great honours by his assistant?