Chilliwack golf pro among BC’s best

An instructor with the Chilliwack Golf Academy has been ranked among the top 100 pros by the Professional Golfers Association of BC.

Chilliwack Golf Club instructor Kathy Stecyk is one of the top 100 golf professionals in the province, according to the Professional Golfers’ Association of BC.

The provincial organization released its list late last week, based on criteria from its Professional Development Program.

The two year old PDP is an annual Order of Merit designed to recognized members of the PGA of BC who show tremendous contributions to the association and the industry.

Points are earned through participation in PGA of BC seminars and tournaments, attendance at the PGA of BC Trade Show and other volunteer efforts.

Stecyk finished 56th overall on the PDP Order of Merit list with 40 points. Find the full points list online at pgabc.org/pdp

Sharing her time between the Chilliwack Golf Club and Surrey’s Northview Golf and Country Club, Stecyk is an associate instructor with the Chilliwack Golf Academy.

She holds class A credentials in the CPGA (Canadian Professional Golfers’ Association) and LPGA (Ladies Professional Golfers Association).

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