• 5 Things All Great Female Golfers Do

    Lexi Thompson (L) & Lydia Ko (R) Are Just Two Of The Top Female Golfers Dawkins Refers To - Images Credit Jurgen Kaminski(JKamPhotos)/BC Golf

    PGA pro Katie Dawkins looks at five things that separate the best female golfers from the rest

    By Katie Dawkins/GolfMonthly.com

    Many golfers say watching the women’s game is more motivational and they gain more insight from it. Perhaps that’s down to the slower swing speeds, though Anne van Dam launches the ball distances some men could only dream of.

    For context, the tour average is a shade over 250 yards but the Dutchwoman regularly features among the game's biggest hitters and averaged nearly 288 yards last season. Players on the female tours also appear to interact more with the fans, so perhaps golfers relate to them because they give more than just great shots.

    Click HERE to read complete article on Golf Monthly...

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  • Getting To Know Shelly Stouffer

    Women’s Golf Project contributor Karen Kloske recently spoke with Shelly Stouffer, who has been winning tournaments in Canada and the USA this year, to gather some personal insights into the woman behind the trophies...

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  • Women In Coaching Program Applications Now Open For 2023

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    PGA of Canada

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    Together with the PGA of Canada, Golf Canada is excited to announce the continuation of the Women in Coaching program and formally open applications for the 2023 cohort.

    The Women in Coaching program is an initiative that launched in 2021 with nine inaugural participants, that strives to deliver a stronger gender balance among high-performance coaches.

    Each participant receives in-depth career development support focused on four main areas: individualized learning plans, virtual and in-person coaching education, and hands-on training experiences with coaches and top players.


    The Golf Canada Foundation continues to be a key financial contributor to the program, including through the new Jocelyne Bourassa Scholarship.

    “The Women in Coaching program gives women in our industry an opportunity to network with likeminded, talented, and strong leaders to help increase the female representation in the sport.” said Jennifer Ha, 2022 program participant and assistant coach of Team Canada – NextGen. “This program is led by women who are driven to make coaching in this country more equal and equitable.”

    The 2023 Women in Coaching cohort will kick off with an in-person session at a national team training camp in Phoenix, Ariz., where participants will shadow national team coaches and engage in activities including technical skill development and women in sport leadership.

    “The Women in Coaching program presents an opportunity for some of Canada’s most-accomplished female leaders as well as up and coming coaching talents to further their career developments together,” said Jennifer Greggain, associate coach of Team Canada – Women. “The strong collection of PGA of Canada members will continue to drive the initiative through knowledge and experience sharing on the way to building a foundation for the future.”

    Now in its third year, the Women in Coaching program is led by Greggain, Emily Phoenix (Manager, High Performance Sport, Golf Canada) and new for 2023, Beth Barz joins the team. Barz brings over 20 years of coaching experience from rugby, is a coach developer and advisor with COACH+, and is currently pursuing her PhD at Queens University.

    PGA of Canada professionals interested in the National Women in Coaching program can click here to apply and are encouraged to reach out to Emily Phoenix (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) with any questions.

    Applications close on Monday, Dec. 5 at 11:00pm EST.

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  • Trisha Larsen Remembered As A Golf Marketing Visionary

    The BC Golf Industry Lost A Special Friend With The Passing Of Trisha Larsen

    By Brad Ziemer, British Columbia Golf

    The British Columbia golf industry and tourism sector lost a great champion and friend with the recent passing of Trisha Larsen. 

    Larsen, who was 54, died after a battle with pancreatic cancer. She founded The Web Advisors marketing agency in 2011, but Larsen’s involvement with and promotion of the British Columbia golf industry goes back nearly three decades...

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  • 8 Things Women Golfers Fear

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    By Alison Root/Golf Monthly

    Alison Root considers the things that women golfers fear most, which often doesn't involve hitting the ball...

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  • Former UBC Star Kat Kennedy Becomes First Full-Time Assistant Coach With SFU’s Golf Program

    They were the best days of her golfing life and as Kat Kennedy reflected upon them she wondered if she could perhaps recreate them in a different kind of way.

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  • De Groot, Rutherford, Ward, Ciot & BC’s Wong To Represent Canada At 2nd PGA Women’s Cup In New Mexico

    Teams from Canada, USA, Australia, Great Britain & Ireland, South Africa, and Sweden are set to head to Santa Ana Pueblo, New Mexico next week for the second PGA Women’s Cup, where Canada will look to build on their runner-up finish from the 2019 event in Texas.

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  • Your Autumn Watch List: 5 Movies About Women In Golf

    From shoulder season into Winter, the days for golf grow shorter and favourable weather grows harder to come by. If you find yourself missing golf in the off-season, check out our list of 5 movies about women in golf to get your fix.

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  • All Is Fair in Love… And Golf? LPGA vs. PGA

    Many LPGA Tour and PGA TOUR sponsors include equal opportunity as part of their corporate values. Yet, the LPGA Tour, like many other female professional sports leagues, struggles to get equal pay and benefits to the PGA TOUR...

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  • Women’s Golf Podcasts To Tune In To While You Practice

    Can’t get enough golf on the course? Listen to these six podcasts hosted by women for the latest golf news, stories, and tips!

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  • GolfFit With Laurie Dickson: Hello Hydration

    When it comes to golf, physical fitness and technique are emphasized, but proper hydration is often overlooked: a costly mistake to make on and off the course...

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  • An ORCA Golf Customized Bag Tells A Story About You

    ...and tells the story of two female entrepreneurs whose company reflects their core beliefs.

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  • Women In Canadian Golf Leadership

    Things are changing in the golf boardroom. More women than ever before are stepping up to the leadership tee in Canada, taking on national roles...

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  • GolfFit With Laurie Dickson: Optimizing Your Physicality

    Introducing Laurie Dickson, WGP’s newest 3-part feature writer delivering tips on golf fitness and preparation for your best season yet!

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  • Inaugural Women’s Golf Day BC Cloud Scramble A Big Hit

    As part of the annual Women's Golf Day festivities this year British Columbia Golf put on a 'Cloud Scramble' for teams of women across the province...

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  • Celebrate 2022 Women’s Golf Day – Play The British Columbia Scramble

    To celebrate Women’s Golf Day 2022, British Columbia Golf is hosting a fun, "cloud scramble" event and we would like you to take part!

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  • Playing Blind Golf: Two Inspirational BC Women

    What do blind golfers Karen Larson and Julie Moroney both love about golf? The opportunity to continually improve.

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  • Meet The Women Who Helped Shape The Women’s Golf Project

    Get to know the committee of women in British Columbia’s golf industry who have helped guide the Women’s Golf Project over the last year...

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  • Hannah Lee Begins Different Kind Of Golf Journey At Northview

    For many years growing up, Northview Golf & Country Club was Hannah Lee’s home away from home. She pounded balls on its driving range, spent countless hours on its putting green and gained an intimate knowledge of the Ridge and Canal courses at the Surrey facility. 

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  • In Conversation With BC Golf President Michelle Collens

    BC Golf Senior Contributor Brad Ziemer recently spoke with Michelle Collens who has sat on the British Columbia Golf’s board since 2013, the last two years as President...

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