Burlington ON - The Ontario PGA released their 2011 award nominees on Wednesday and the winners will be voted on by the Board of Directors and announced on Tuesday, October 25th at Angus Glen Golf Club in Markham ON. There are seven award categories and the three major categories of these would be Teacher of the Year, Golf Professional of the Year, and Player of the Year. The nominees are listed below for each category and there is one individual left off the list. The #1 player in the PGA of Canada Rankings and leader of the Ontario PGA Money List Brian McCann (Braeben Academy) apparently hasn't had a good enough season to be nominated as Ontario PGA Player of the Year....
Trafalgar G&CC #9
Milton ON - The 2011 Golden Horseshoe Area Golf Tour season is in the books. The seventh and final event on the schedule was played this past Monday October 3rd at Trafalgar G&CC in Milton ON. The weather was challenging with misty, breezy, and cool conditions persisting throughout the day. 6 players were mathematically in the hunt to capture the year long Order of Merit title and take home the John H. Davis Cup. Alf Callowhill (Glen Abbey Academy) was surprisingly, yet not surprisingly the big winner at Trafalgar. In the mix for the John H. Davis Cup were two former Canadian Tour players, Ed Maunder (Deerfield GC) and Jim Zwolak (Braeben Academy). 2010 Ontario PGA Champion and former Great Lakes Tour Champion Ron Kenesky (Hidden Lake GC). 2009 Ontario PGA Spring Open Champion and defending John H. Davis Cup Champion Reggie Millage (Glen Abbey Academy). So needless to say, Alf Callowhill was a strong underdog but a quiet contender....
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