Brad Clapp takes new role at Cultus Lake Golf Club

Clapp jumps over from the Chilliwack Golf Club where he helped co-found the Chilliwack Golf Academy.

One of Chilliwack’s top golfers and golf instructors is making a move.

Brad Clapp has accepted the role of Director of Golf at the Cultus Lake Golf Club after spending several years at the Chilliwack Golf Club.

Clapp’s impressive resume includes four years competing on the PGA Tour Canada/Mackenzie Tour where he won the 2015 Great Waterway Classic in Kingston, Ontario.

Clapp has 20 professional victories since 2010 and was the 2012 PGA of B.C. Player of the Year.

The graduate of Camosun College’s golf management program is a PGA of Canada ‘Class A’ professional who helped found the Chilliwack Golf Academy

Clapp can be reached by email at or by phoning 604-858-9902 (ext 144).

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