Crown Isle pro Brian Wise is among the competitors at the 2020 PGA of BC Championship. PGA of BC photo

Crown Isle Resort & Golf Community hosts the 2020 PGA of BC Championship, Monday, Aug. 24 and Tuesday, Aug. 25.

The event, last held at Crown Isle in 2012, will feature a co-ed field of 99 PGA of BC Golf professionals competing for the title and a share of the $35,000 purse over 36 holes of play.

The field will include Crown Isle professionals Rod Prieto, Brian Wise and Mark Valliere, as well as Glacier Greens head professional Jesse Moussa, Comox Valley native Kevin Maxwell from Olympic View Golf Club, and former Glacier Greens professional Paul Dashkewytch.

As has become standard for elite-level golf competitions in B.C., the tournament will observe a number of COVID-19 protocols to safeguard competitors, facility staff and volunteers.

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