Richmond golfer Lee J.H. Lee placed third in the PGA of British Columbia’s 2020 top 100 professional development program.
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Local golfers among BC’s top pros
Published 2:51 PST, Thu January 7, 2021
Last Updated: 2:13 PDT, Wed May 12, 2021
Lee J.H. Lee of GolfTEC Richmond is among the province’s top golf professionals.
Lee finished third in the PGA of British Columbia’s 2020 top 100 professional development program. He secured the third-place standing with 76 points.
Nathan Grieve, head pro at Talking Rock Golf Course in Chase topped the standings with 99 points.
Other Richmond golfers recognized were Brian Coe of Mayfair Lakes Golf & Country Club, Mike Cyndroski; Graham Ogden, Dan Yoon and Doug Morgan of Richmond Country Club; John Vu and Victor Vianzon of Quilchena Golf & Country Club; Christine Wong of the University Golf Club; and Stephanie Wong of Point Grey Golf & Country Club.
The players amassed the total through a combination of educational pursuits, volunteerism and participation in the PGA of BC championships, regional tour play and other association initiatives.
Thanks in large part to the support of Sunice and Bobby Jones, a total bursary purse of nearly $5,000 will be divided among those finishing among the top 10, providing financial opportunity to pursue further professional development and education.