The second full season for the Golf Town National Amateur Series (GTNAS) is shaping up to be an exciting and competitive one across the country. Golf Canada handed out two more 2012 exemptions into their National Championships for the GTNAS finale to be held later this September...
Rod Spittle is truly an inspiring story on many levels. Spittle was a great amateur player who went against turning professional at an early age, and chose a career in the insurance business. In 2004 he turned professional to get his game in shape for a shot at the Champions Tour. Looking at it, the Champions Tour is most likely the toughest tour to qualify for and has to be one of the most competitive tours as well. With only 8 players gaining full exempt status in their qualifying school, and only 60 players earning a year's privilege through the Tour's money list. It is truly remarkable that Rod Spittle is making a mark on the Champions Tour...
Rod Spittle originally from St. Catharines, ON is searching for his second Champions Tour victory in the first full field event of the season. In the final round of the Allianz Championship, Spittle will be teeing it up with former British Open Champion Tom Lehman and long time European Tour player Peter Senior...
Jim is a PGA of Canada Golf Professional. He's been a competitive player for over 15 years and has a strong passion for grass roots competitive golf.. He will be reporting competitive golf news from around the Hamilton/Halton Regions of Ontario.
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