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The History of the PGA of Canada 1911 – Present

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CPGA History

January 1, 1911 — January 2, 1911
First Captain

A group of 35 professionals meet on July 7, 1911, at Royal Ottawa Golf Club to form the PGA of Canada. P.D. Ross writes a cheque for $100 to buy the initial trophy. George Cumming, a popular pro and teacher from The Toronto Golf Club, is elected the first captain [modern day president].

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