Quebec and Canadian golf is it a low point? Judging by the criticism on my first story, we can say yes, but after the reviews, now to the solutions.
How to improve the development of golfers? The easy answer would be to say that we must increase funding for courses in Quebec and Canada. A valid answer, but still need to know what to do with that money. Some propose to adopt the model of tennis while others opt for one of cycling.
"It Eugene Lapierre and Louis Borfiga managed to climb over the last year and a half, it is absolutely remarkable and I will explain. This is a national training center, is brought youth there, there are classrooms, there are coaches, nutritionists. All this pays dividends immeasurably, "says the journalist Mario Brisebois.
"It would take a little formula of the Tour de France; belong to a team where guys would train together. They earn salaries these guys and it takes them a concern to this level, "suggests veteran golfer Yvan Beauchemin.
If we say that the experience can not be bought, yet it has a very high cost for Quebec and Canadian golfers, who have to take the experience in the United States, according to several a necessary step.
"We must develop the programs as much as possible especially in Quebec and allow young players to seek international experience early in order not to feel diminished to anyone when it comes time to make final not to enter the grand tour "advance golf analyst Carlo Blanchard.
"To reach the PGA, you have to play with the best, whether on the Canadian Tour, the Hooters tour in the United States or the Nationwide Tour. It's a sacrifice, but it must be done, "says the golfer Yohann Benson.
Jocelyne Bourassa did not hesitate to rub shoulders with the best golfers. In 1972, she was named rookie of the year on the LPGA Tour before winning the tournament the Canadian, first round of the LPGA made Quebec the following year. Nearly 40 years after this memorable victory, the future of golf in Quebec he goes by the ladies?
"The programs we have implemented pay dividends slowly, but surely. But the solution, it will be to turn the side of the girls, whom they lead by example, "notes Michel Lacroix descriptor golf.
Speaking of ladies, Sara-Maude Juneau and possibly Maude-Aimee Leblanc participate in the Canadian Women's Open will be held in late August on the aisles of the Hillsdale Golf Club. Note that RDS is the official broadcaster of the tournament.