Partner Overview & Sponsorship Package Introduction Preparing Tomorrow’s Champions / Producing PGA TOUR Champions Heading into its 14th year in 2020, the Vancouver Golf Tour (VGT) has been giving BC’s local professionals and amateurs the opportunity to develop their tournament skills in a PGA Tour-like environment without the added costs of travelling. VGT is providing players the opportunity to learn how to win locally (as an Amateur or Professional) and to build their confidence to play on Worldwide Major Tours. The mission statement of VGT is ‘Preparing Tomorrow’s Champions’ to compete (and win) on major Tours. In 2014, VGT finally succeeded in achieving its mission statement when two of its Alumni Adam Hadwin and Nick Taylor graduated from the WEB.COM to the PGA TOUR. Adam had a tremendous season on the WEB.COM, winning two events and went onto win the money title. Nick then went onto be VGT’s first alumni to win on the PGA TOUR at the Sanderson Farms Championship in November 2014! And just recently, Nick did the unthinkable, going wire-to-wire at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am for his 2nd Career PGA TOUR win!! VGT succeeded on many levels in 2015 with two of its alumni Kevin Spooner and Brad Clapp winning on the Mackenzie Tour (PGA Tour Canada) and two Alumni winning events on PGA TOUR China. In 2017, VGT had its second Alumni breakthrough on the PGA TOUR when Adam Hadwin not only shot 59, but went on to win his first PGA TOUR event at the Valspar Classic! In 2020, VGT will have Alumni on all major tours including 3 on the PGA TOUR, 3 on the WEB.COM Tour and 4 alumni on the Mackenzie Tour PGA TOUR Canada For more information and to download our Partner Overview Package, please complete the request form below. Fraser Mulholland President email@example.com Sponsorship Package Request To receive your Sponsorship Package by email, submit the following form. Name* First Last Email*Your Sponsorship Package will be sent to this address. Enter Email Confirm Email Phone*VerificationPhoneThis field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.