Pierre-Alexandre Bédard cut six shots to par on Tuesday between the 9th and 14th holes to turn a miserable start to the game into a place among the leaders at the 100th Canadian PGA B Championship
At the general meeting, it was by acclamation that the 400 members postponed the leaders in office for another term. Read more
Golf in the big circuits never starts until Thursday. Not this week. Expect a very "hot" Tuesday. Read more
Before closing the U.S. Open, Matthew Fitzpatrick became only the third starter to reach 17 greens in prescribed shots en route to his 68th last year.
Every Monday and Wednesday in June, Lac Carling offers every golfer a $10 gift card at Ultramar to help absorb increases in the price of gasoline. Read more
Like all golf enthusiasts, Duke Doucet also observes the fracture that settles in the golf of completion with the arrival of the new league financed by the Private Investment Fund of
Yohann Benson still retains the distinction of remaining the last Quebec golfer to qualify for the U.S. Open. That was in 2008 in San Diego.
Being so close and so far at the same time is a lot like Marc-Étienne Bussières' reality this week of the RBC Canadian Open, which resumes after three years. Read more
Carl Pelletier really has a good reason these days to check his cell phone messages more often. This is because he is likely to receive a call from the USGA. Read more
Golf goes into documentary mode and bookstores with Annika Sorenstam and Phil Mickelson. Read more Photo: Annika Sorenstam (Getty Photo)
Rapprochement with the general public with the multiplication of "pro-am" events including a strictly female one in great premiere, creation of a tournament to the game by hole that will be ec