RBC Scramble qualifier hits Ponoka

Registration deadline is June 27

Golfers in the area itching for some competition will soon have that chance.

The Ponoka Golf Club will be hosting a qualifier for the RBC PGA Scramble National Championship that is set for this fall at the the prestigious Cabot Links Golf Course in Nova Scotia.

The qualifier will go on July 4 for the four-player team event with registration closing on June 27. The winning team will then move onto one of 11 regional finals events with those winners to compete for the national title. However, if the national championship is unable to be held due to COVID-19 restrictions, the players can anticipate an enhanced regional final experience.

The competition is open to teams of four eligible amateur golfers who all have an up-to-date Golf Canada handicap and are 19 years of age and older.

To register for the Ponoka qualifier or see a full list of local qualifiers in your area, visit https://rbcpgascramble.com/local-qualifiers/.

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