Two Eagles Golf Course & Academy Home To ParaGolf Canada
ParaGolf Canada is proud to announce Two Eagles Golf Club in Kelowna, British Columbia a home of ParaGolf Canada.
Toronto Ontario (February 28, 2022) – “Two Eagles is proud to be able to be associated with and offer the ParaGolf Canada adaptive golf program headed up by our teaching professional Rick Montgomery. We are an inclusive practice facility encouraging individuals to strive to achieve their own goals and live life to the fullest regardless of their ability.”
Rick Montgomery has taken the initiative to work with and learn from Todd Keirstead, the founder of ParaGolf Canada, to begin offering programs for anyone with various abilities, wanting to get back to, or learn for the first time how to hit a golf ball and even play golf.
About Two Eagles Golf Club
Located high above the shores of Okanagan Lake in Kelowna BC. Two Eagles Golf Course and Academy features a spectacular lake-view and covers an area of approximately 130 acres. The course was designed by renowned golf course architect Less Furber.
It rewards accurate tee-shots and undulating greens. The golf course’s mid-length design provides golfers of all levels with an opportunity to have an enjoyable round of golf. The course can show of with amazing views of blossoming orchards and vineyards.
Add in the rolling hills and Ponderosa Pines overlooking Okanagan Lake, and it is an experience you will want to repeat over and over.
About Rick Montgomery
Rick grew up in Toronto, picked up his first golf club at the age of 12 and six years later became a PGA of Canada member at age 18; and some 42 years later he still has tremendous passion for continuing to learn and teach the great game of golf to students of all ages and abilities.
During his PGA days, Rick played in many Canadian Tour Events, before focusing his skills on developing as a Golf Professional.
He worked at several golf courses during his time in Ontario, including Weston Golf & C.C.
Also exciting on Rick’s resume is that he caddied dozens of times for both Moe Norman and George Knudson, and also on the PGA Tour for Ray Stewart.
About ParaGolf Canada
ParaGolf Canada is a ground breaking initiative that creates pathways for Canadians of all abilities to advance in golf. Through golf, ParaGolf Canada wants individuals with disabilities to become actively engaged in the social fabric of their community, and to derive the health benefits that enhance the quality of life by creating an environment that empowers, inspires and encourages individuals to strive to achieve their own goals and live life to the fullest regardless of their ability.