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By Brad Ziemer: If it seems like it’s been an eternity since a British Columbian won on the PGA Tour, that’s because it has been. Well, almost. For the record, it was 22 years ago this month that Richmond native Richard Zokol won the 1992 Greater Milwaukee Open. Since then, B.C. has been blanked. Maybe that’s about to change.
1st September, 2014Brad Ziemer, Guest Contributor
By Brad Ziemer: One of the things I like best about playing and writing about golf is the people I meet along the way. The game just seems to attract good people and I’ve met none better than Doug Roxburgh. Roxburgh, of course, is something of a B.C. golfing legend and I have had the good fortune to get to know him quite well over the years.
1st August, 2014Brad Ziemer, Guest Contributor
By Brad Ziemer: About 60 million rounds of golf were played by Canadians last year and the sport remains the No. 1 recreational activity in our home and native land. And that’s great, right? Well, not exactly.
1st July, 2014Brad Ziemer, Guest Contributor
By Brad Ziemer: Slow play is no laughing matter, although our golfing friends south of the border have used a little comedy to effectively drive home the point that five-hour rounds are ruining the game.
1st June, 2014Brad Ziemer, Guest Contributor
When you come in one morning to find that an irrigation break saturated the soil at the first tee and caused the wooden wall to collapse, you act quick to come up with a plan of attack!
1st May, 2014May eNews