At Bear Mountain, Canada’s golf future in good handsPosted on April 12, 2018
Cleve Dheensaw / Times Colonist
The golfers may be among the youngest athletes from the various sports training in Langford’s burgeoning “Olympic Corridor,” but certainly not the least. They are talented enough to harbour the grandest of dreams.
Virtually all members of the Canadian men’s and women’s U-19 national golf teams list the NCAA as their immediate goal and the Olympics and respective PGA and LPGA tours as their long-term ambitions. They proved this week, in the Americas qualifying tournament which concluded Thursday on Bear Mountain, they are good enough to back up those dreams by advancing to the 2018 Toyota Junior World Cup from June 10-15 in Toyota City, Japan.