Chilliwack Golf Club’s Jennifer Greggain wins PGA of BC Award

Greggain is being recognized for her work teaching young golfers and could win a provincial award

Chilliwack Golf Club instructor Jennifer Greggain has won the Jack McLaughlin Junior Golf Leader of the Year award, presented by the PGA of BC.

Greggain is one of four instructors province-wide to win the award, representing the Lower Mainland region. The other winners are Michael Midyette (Windermere Valley Golf Course), Chance Beardsworth (Revelstoke Golf Club) and Jayme Young (Arbutus Ridge Golf Club).

Other regions are the Kootenays/Northern B.C., Interior and Vancouver Island.

Greggain is now in the running to win the provincial equivalent this fall. The 2018 PGA of BC Awards Celebration will be held Oct. 10 at the River Rock Casino in Richmond. If Greggain wins the provincial award she may be put forward as B.C.’s nominee for a corresponding national award.

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