Adam Cornelson bested the 76 player field to take his second victory on the Vancouver Golf Tour in 2010. On a perfectly sunny day at the scenic Swan-e-set Resort course in Pitt Meadows, 22-year old Adam Cornelson came to play and he did just that. Firing off 4-birdies and a solid round of even par 72, Cornelson bested the 76 player field to take his second victory on the Vancouver Golf Tour in 2010. “The golf course was in fantastic shape today so hats off to Swan-e-set’s greens crew for putting the golf course in Championship shape for the event”. When asked by VGT Commissioner Fraser Mulholland on what he could attribute his good play of late, Cornelson replied “I’ve been working hard on my game the past few years and its been great to have VGT to stay competitive both in the Amateur only events as well as playing up against the top Professionals like Bryn Parry and Phil Jonas”. It’s really giving me a great perspective as to what is required to make it further in golf at the highest level, particularly if my aim is to turn professional in the near future”.
About Fraser Mulholland
Fraser Mulholland, President & Commissioner. Fraser is the prime visionary behind the Vancouver Golf Tour and currently acts as Commissioner of the Vancouver Golf Tour. He is passionate about the game and has a strong desire to develop the young talent in this province. He is responsible for leading a multi-disciplinary team of professionals to make this vision happen.
A PGA member of Canada since 1992, Fraser has accumulated over 20 years of experience in golf instruction, tournament play and golf course & tournament operations. In this same time, Fraser has become one of the most accomplished professional golfers in BC and in Canada, winning 34 professional tournaments, qualifying for the South African and Australian Opens and twice playing on the PGA Tour.
Through his golf tournament travel experiences, Fraser has implemented similar tournament models for VGT that have made the top international golf bodies so successful.