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Good luck to all Alberta Club Professionals competing at the Championship next week! The PGA of Albertas Education Committee would like to invite you to its inaugural Winter Teaching Summit hosted in the Palm Springs area.
This 2-day educational event will give a select group of PGA of Alberta members (8 participants max.) to observe interactive lessons with two of the most sought-after instructors in North America Dana Dahlquist and Dr. During the 8-hours of instruction each day, participants will take a 60-minute lesson to work on their own game as well as develop their coaching skills by observing the other participants take their lessons; always with the ability ask questions in real time to both student and teacher.
To say Scott Allred, Executive Professional at Elbow Springs GC, has been seriously close to winning a PGA of Canada national championship in the recent past might be a colossal understatement.
In 2015 he finished fourth at the PGA Seniors Championship of Canada and fifth at the PGA Championship of Canada.