Blair of Talking Rock is president of PGA of B.C.

Adam Blair, general manager and executive professional of Talking Rock Golf Course in Chase, on Monday became the 41st president of the PGA of British Columbia.

The 41-year-old Salmon Arm resident was selected by the PGA of BC board of directors to succeed Jonathan Kadin, whose term as president began in 2019.

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Blair has been part of the board of directors for six years, including the past four as vice-president.

He is a 20-year member of the PGA of Canada, earning his first head professional role at Salmon Arm Golf Club in 2006 before being appointed to the same role at Talking Rock in 2011.

Blair ascended to the executive professional position at the facility in 2019.

— PGA of British Columbia

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