Canadian golf has lost one of its more colourful golf professionals with the passing Monday of Ken Trowbridge.
“It’s a sad day with the passing of a great Canadian PGA professional, a mentor to young, aspiring professionals and somebody who did so much for the association and the game of golf,” said Dustin Kerr-Taylor, president of the Ontario PGA.
Canadian PGA president Glenn Cundari echoed those thoughts.
The Canadian PGA passes on its deepest and sincere thoughts to Ken’s family, friends and his golf community,” said Cundari
“The energy and creativity Ken brought to the golf industry was unique. We are proud of the legacy that Ken has left for all of us to work with. Golf in Canada is better because of Ken Trowbridge,” he added.
“Ken was not only a member of the Canadian PGA, but a friend of the association, the staff and the volunteers,” said Cundari.
Few details were available Monday evening. Check in with GNN for more as they become available.