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PGA Tour Canada eyes Gatineau tournament

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Canada’s pro golf tour could return to the National Capital Region as early as next August if it can reach an agreement with the City of Gatineau and if additional government and corporate financial support can be secured. Those are big “ifs” and there’s little time remaining to get things done, but the process moved… Read more »

Fritsch improves standing on PGA Tour list

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Golfer from Manotick ties for seventh in qualifying event Mission accomplished for Brad Fritsch. The 35-year-old professional golfer from Manotick finished tied for seventh in the final stage of PGA Tour qualifying on Monday, thus improving his ranking for entry into events in 2013. Fritsch already had a spot on the PGA Tour after finishing… Read more »

Fritsch makes big climb up leaderboard

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Golfer from Manotick shoots second-round 67 in PGA Tour qualifying A second-round 67 on Thursday moved Brad Fritsch of Manotick more than 70 spots on the leaderboard in the final stage of PGA Tour qualifying at La Quinta, California. Fritsch birdied six holes and bogeyed only one in his round on the PGA West Stadium… Read more »

Brad Fritsch Day

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Golfer from Manotick comes home to celebrate qualifying for PGA Tour As a hockey fan, Brad Fritsch had quite a day on Friday. There was a tour of Ottawa Senators facilities at Scotiabank Place, Senators swag to go with his new endorsement deal with the National Hockey League club and a Fritsch 13 Senators jersey… Read more »

Fritsch qualifies for PGA Tour

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Aloha! For the first time, a golfer from the National Capital Region has qualified for the PGA Tour, and Brad Fritsch of Manotick will almost certainly tee off his first season as a full-time member of the world’s leading and most lucrative professional golf circuit in the Sony Open on Jan. 10 at the Waialae… Read more »

Fritsch knocking on PGA Tour door

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Golfer from Manotick on verge of qualifying for circuit in 2013 The first official round of Brad Fritsch’s professional golf career didn’t go well. It was a very cold, very wet day in South Carolina, and Fritsch managed only a 12-over-par 83 to start the Myrtle Beach Open That was in February 2001, a long… Read more »