Morningstar Golf Club will be one of the host venues for the 2022 RBC PGA Scramble Regional Finals.

Building on last year’s return to Cabot Links for the National Finals and the largest draw of players to ever participate in the program, the PGA of Canada is thrilled to announce that players who qualify from their local qualifier will go to one of the following Host Regional Finals:

August 11: BC East – Black Mountain Golf Club – Kelowna

August 13: BC West – Morningstar Golf Club – Parksville

August 15: Ontario GTA – Maple Downs G&CC – Maple, Ont.

August 16: Alberta North – Wolf Creek Golf Resort – Ponoka, Alta.

August 16: Quebec – The Master Of Mont Tremblant – Mont-Tremblant, Que.

August 22: Saskatchewan – The Legends Golf Club – Warman, Sask.

August 22: Ontario SW – FireRock Golf Club – Komoka, Ont.

August 29: Manitoba – Quarry Oaks Golf Course – Steinback, Man.

Sept. 1: Alberta South – The Winston Golf Club – Calgary, Alta.

September 6: Atlantic – Mill River Resort – Woodstock, PEI

September 6: Ontario NE – Wildfire Golf Club – Douro-Dummer, Ont.

“We have some incredibly impressive venues set to host the RBC PGA Scramble Regional Finals in 2022,” said PGA of Canada President Teejay Alderdice. “Players who make it through the local qualifiers will have a day to remember, especially with the improvements RBC and the PGA of Canada teams have worked to implement this year. »

As the nation’s premier amateur team golf tournament, the 2022 RBC PGA Scramble expects to once again see more than 10,000 golfers compete in more than 150 local qualifiers across the country. With increased attendance last year, many clubs benefited from additional revenue after hosting the RBC PGA Scramble Qualifiers. With continued efforts to make the RBC PGA Scramble inclusive for all players, there will once again be a guaranteed spot for an all-female team at each Regional Finals.

The PGA of Canada and RBC teams have spent the past few months working on significant improvements to the program based on participant feedback. Specifically, a working group was organized to assess and identify potential improvements to the disability provisions. The task force considered feedback from past participants based on the program’s various player surveys. An announcement will be made in the coming weeks with more information on handicap changes for 2022.

Additionally, we will be announcing other RBC PGA Scramble partnerships in the coming weeks that will significantly enhance the value for participants and host facilities.

For more information on the RBC PGA Scramble, visit www.rbcpgascramble.com.

— NEWS staff, submitted

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