Aberdeen Glen Golf Club

A twice nominated B.C.P.G.A Facility of the Year

Aberdeen Glen Golf Course is a fantastic public facility which boasts a challenging course with 12,626 yards in total.

Just ten minutes north of downtown, this is a par 73 course is nestled through the valleys and forest of Prince George. The scenic beauty and dramatic elevation changes, seen most prominently at hole #18, have no comparison in the city.

Once you have finished your round, relax in the Eagle’s Nest Restaurant and Lounge which features a cozy fireplace and satellite TV, or enjoy the sun on our brilliant patio with gorgeous views overlooking the finishing holes. Other course services available at Aberdeen Glen include a Driving Range, Pro Shop, Power Carts, PGA of Canada lessons, and Tournaments.

Visit our gallery below to see photos of this amazing course or contact us today for more information.

Ian Wrynn

Class A PGA of Canada Professional

Ian Wrynn has been a member of the PGA of Canada since 2003. Ian’s first golf industry position was in his hometown of Fredericton...

…New Brunswick at the Lynx at Kingswood Park. After completing Grant McEwan University’s Professional Golf Management Program and receiving his Class A Status from the PGA of Canada in 2004, Ian accepted the position of Assistant Professional at Aberdeen Glen. After two years, Ian became the Director of Golf at Aberdeen Glen, where he happily remains today.

 

Built upon 18 years of experience, Ian’s teaching philosophy focuses on the holistic development of the player. This begins with an awareness of the individual’s existing knowledge of the golf swing and continues with an enriching incorporation of new movements and techniques to correct any errors and to strengthen the overall game. His passion to guide competitive golfers to reach their highest potential has led Ian to develop successful coaching programs that encompass all of the essential components of player progress: swing technique, mental focus, physical fitness, effective practice methods, and realistic schedules.

 

Aberdeen Glen is Ian’s professional home, but he is also proud to call the city of Prince George his home.  A 15-year resident of the city, Ian has strong roots in the community, enjoying time outdoors, and at home with his wife and son. Enjoyment of the local area, pride at his workplace, and passion for the golf came make Ian a strong source for instruction and overall golf development.

 

Ian Wrynn

Class A PGA of Canada Professional

Ian Wrynn has been a member of the PGA of Canada since 2003. Ian’s first golf industry position was in his hometown of Fredericton...

…New Brunswick at the Lynx at Kingswood Park. After completing Grant McEwan University’s Professional Golf Management Program and receiving his Class A Status from the PGA of Canada in 2004, Ian accepted the position of Assistant Professional at Aberdeen Glen. After two years, Ian became the Director of Golf at Aberdeen Glen, where he happily remains today.

 

Built upon 18 years of experience, Ian’s teaching philosophy focuses on the holistic development of the player. This begins with an awareness of the individual’s existing knowledge of the golf swing and continues with an enriching incorporation of new movements and techniques to correct any errors and to strengthen the overall game. His passion to guide competitive golfers to reach their highest potential has led Ian to develop successful coaching programs that encompass all of the essential components of player progress: swing technique, mental focus, physical fitness, effective practice methods, and realistic schedules.

 

Aberdeen Glen is Ian’s professional home, but he is also proud to call the city of Prince George his home.  A 15-year resident of the city, Ian has strong roots in the community, enjoying time outdoors, and at home with his wife and son. Enjoyment of the local area, pride at his workplace, and passion for the golf came make Ian a strong source for instruction and overall golf development.

 

Ian Wrynn

Class A PGA of Canada Professional

Ian Wrynn has been a member of the PGA of Canada since 2003. Ian’s first golf industry position was in his hometown of Fredericton...

…New Brunswick at the Lynx at Kingswood Park. After completing Grant McEwan University’s Professional Golf Management Program and receiving his Class A Status from the PGA of Canada in 2004, Ian accepted the position of Assistant Professional at Aberdeen Glen. After two years, Ian became the Director of Golf at Aberdeen Glen, where he happily remains today.

 

Built upon 18 years of experience, Ian’s teaching philosophy focuses on the holistic development of the player. This begins with an awareness of the individual’s existing knowledge of the golf swing and continues with an enriching incorporation of new movements and techniques to correct any errors and to strengthen the overall game. His passion to guide competitive golfers to reach their highest potential has led Ian to develop successful coaching programs that encompass all of the essential components of player progress: swing technique, mental focus, physical fitness, effective practice methods, and realistic schedules.

 

Aberdeen Glen is Ian’s professional home, but he is also proud to call the city of Prince George his home.  A 15-year resident of the city, Ian has strong roots in the community, enjoying time outdoors, and at home with his wife and son. Enjoyment of the local area, pride at his workplace, and passion for the golf came make Ian a strong source for instruction and overall golf development.

 

Jessey Church

Teaching Professional, PGA of Canada

Born and raised in Prince George, British Columbia, Jessey has been a part of the Aberdeen Glen family for 15 years. He began...

…working in 2004 on the grounds crew assisting in course preparation and maintenance and, in 2007, made the transition to the club side of the operation and hasn’t looked back.

 

An eventful junior career led Jessey to the club professional route and in the summer of 2012 he broke through by obtaining his PGA of Canada card at the Williams Lake Men’s Open with scores of 79-73-77, getting his card on the number and joining the ranks of the PGA of Canada.

After finishing college, and graduating with a diploma in Business Management, Jessey turned his sights to the professional tours. Starting in the fall of 2013 he began playing on the Pepsi Tour in Arizona. Limited success, but rapid improvement, saw a trip to PGA Tour Canada Qualifying School come up short and left a lot to be desired.

 

In the summer of 2014, returning to work at Aberdeen Glen, Jessey focused on making improvements to his game while helping to manage the shop, teach the junior program and compete on the Vancouver Golf Tour. The summer would prove most eventful as Jessey met his future wife, Kim Hurlston, and that gave him the jump he needed to get back down to Arizona for another chance at the Pepsi Tour and PGA Tour Canada Qualifying School. Through hard work and dedication to improvement he was able to carve out a couple of top 10 finishes on the Pepsi Circuit and head to Qualifying School with confidence and a knowledge that his game was near the right place.

 

Getting behind the cut-line early and trying to force too many shots led to another disappointing finish at Q-School. Jessey decided to hang up the Tour dreams and focus on teaching. He had worked with coaches such as Martin Chuck (Tour Striker & Revolution Golf,) Aaron Olson (Tour Striker & Make the Turn,) Courtney Mahon (Tour Striker & Nike Junior Development,) Jeff Ritter (Make the Turn & Golf Digest,) and he had competed and practiced with players Adam Hadwin (PGA Tour Winner,) Nick Taylor (PGA Tour Winner,) Jessica Wallace (ex-LPGA competitor,) Andrew Ledger (PGA Tour Canada,) Cory Renfrew (PGA Tour Canada,) and Brad Clapp (PGA Tour Canada Winner).

Jessey now works and teaches full time at Aberdeen Glen Golf Course and plays around four competitive tournaments per season. He teaches students of all skill levels, is the lead junior instructor and the on course mentor for the Elite Junior Development Program at Aberdeen Glen.  He spends his free time with his wife and two teenage children on the golf course and at home in the Aberdeen Glen Subdivision.

Jessey Church

Teaching Professional, PGA of Canada

Born and raised in Prince George, British Columbia, Jessey has been a part of the Aberdeen Glen family for 15 years. He began...

…working in 2004 on the grounds crew assisting in course preparation and maintenance and, in 2007, made the transition to the club side of the operation and hasn’t looked back.

 

An eventful junior career led Jessey to the club professional route and in the summer of 2012 he broke through by obtaining his PGA of Canada card at the Williams Lake Men’s Open with scores of 79-73-77, getting his card on the number and joining the ranks of the PGA of Canada.

After finishing college, and graduating with a diploma in Business Management, Jessey turned his sights to the professional tours. Starting in the fall of 2013 he began playing on the Pepsi Tour in Arizona. Limited success, but rapid improvement, saw a trip to PGA Tour Canada Qualifying School come up short and left a lot to be desired.

 

In the summer of 2014, returning to work at Aberdeen Glen, Jessey focused on making improvements to his game while helping to manage the shop, teach the junior program and compete on the Vancouver Golf Tour. The summer would prove most eventful as Jessey met his future wife, Kim Hurlston, and that gave him the jump he needed to get back down to Arizona for another chance at the Pepsi Tour and PGA Tour Canada Qualifying School. Through hard work and dedication to improvement he was able to carve out a couple of top 10 finishes on the Pepsi Circuit and head to Qualifying School with confidence and a knowledge that his game was near the right place.

 

Getting behind the cut-line early and trying to force too many shots led to another disappointing finish at Q-School. Jessey decided to hang up the Tour dreams and focus on teaching. He had worked with coaches such as Martin Chuck (Tour Striker & Revolution Golf,) Aaron Olson (Tour Striker & Make the Turn,) Courtney Mahon (Tour Striker & Nike Junior Development,) Jeff Ritter (Make the Turn & Golf Digest,) and he had competed and practiced with players Adam Hadwin (PGA Tour Winner,) Nick Taylor (PGA Tour Winner,) Jessica Wallace (ex-LPGA competitor,) Andrew Ledger (PGA Tour Canada,) Cory Renfrew (PGA Tour Canada,) and Brad Clapp (PGA Tour Canada Winner).

Jessey now works and teaches full time at Aberdeen Glen Golf Course and plays around four competitive tournaments per season. He teaches students of all skill levels, is the lead junior instructor and the on course mentor for the Elite Junior Development Program at Aberdeen Glen.  He spends his free time with his wife and two teenage children on the golf course and at home in the Aberdeen Glen Subdivision.

Jessey Church

Teaching Professional, PGA of Canada

Born and raised in Prince George, British Columbia, Jessey has been a part of the Aberdeen Glen family for 15 years. He began...

…working in 2004 on the grounds crew assisting in course preparation and maintenance and, in 2007, made the transition to the club side of the operation and hasn’t looked back.

 

An eventful junior career led Jessey to the club professional route and in the summer of 2012 he broke through by obtaining his PGA of Canada card at the Williams Lake Men’s Open with scores of 79-73-77, getting his card on the number and joining the ranks of the PGA of Canada.

After finishing college, and graduating with a diploma in Business Management, Jessey turned his sights to the professional tours. Starting in the fall of 2013 he began playing on the Pepsi Tour in Arizona. Limited success, but rapid improvement, saw a trip to PGA Tour Canada Qualifying School come up short and left a lot to be desired.

 

In the summer of 2014, returning to work at Aberdeen Glen, Jessey focused on making improvements to his game while helping to manage the shop, teach the junior program and compete on the Vancouver Golf Tour. The summer would prove most eventful as Jessey met his future wife, Kim Hurlston, and that gave him the jump he needed to get back down to Arizona for another chance at the Pepsi Tour and PGA Tour Canada Qualifying School. Through hard work and dedication to improvement he was able to carve out a couple of top 10 finishes on the Pepsi Circuit and head to Qualifying School with confidence and a knowledge that his game was near the right place.

 

Getting behind the cut-line early and trying to force too many shots led to another disappointing finish at Q-School. Jessey decided to hang up the Tour dreams and focus on teaching. He had worked with coaches such as Martin Chuck (Tour Striker & Revolution Golf,) Aaron Olson (Tour Striker & Make the Turn,) Courtney Mahon (Tour Striker & Nike Junior Development,) Jeff Ritter (Make the Turn & Golf Digest,) and he had competed and practiced with players Adam Hadwin (PGA Tour Winner,) Nick Taylor (PGA Tour Winner,) Jessica Wallace (ex-LPGA competitor,) Andrew Ledger (PGA Tour Canada,) Cory Renfrew (PGA Tour Canada,) and Brad Clapp (PGA Tour Canada Winner).

Jessey now works and teaches full time at Aberdeen Glen Golf Course and plays around four competitive tournaments per season. He teaches students of all skill levels, is the lead junior instructor and the on course mentor for the Elite Junior Development Program at Aberdeen Glen.  He spends his free time with his wife and two teenage children on the golf course and at home in the Aberdeen Glen Subdivision.

Duane Nelson

Head Chef, Aberdeen Glen

Duane Nelson grew up in Miworth and is proud to call Prince George his hometown. Over the past 30 years,...

…Duane has sharpened his culinary skills in response to his passion for food. He has experience in varying restaurant positions, including front and back of house. At Aberdeen Glen, Duane has the opportunity to use his creativity and impressive knowledge as head chef, consistently embracing pub-style classics while introducing new menu items. Duane’s approach to cooking is encouraged by a value for local, homegrown and homemade ingredients. He enriches dishes with his own produce and herbs to create fresh and thoughtful pieces.

Duane Nelson

Head Chef, Aberdeen Glen

Duane Nelson grew up in Miworth and is proud to call Prince George his hometown. Over the past 30 years,...

…Duane has sharpened his culinary skills in response to his passion for food. He has experience in varying restaurant positions, including front and back of house. At Aberdeen Glen, Duane has the opportunity to use his creativity and impressive knowledge as head chef, consistently embracing pub-style classics while introducing new menu items. Duane’s approach to cooking is encouraged by a value for local, homegrown and homemade ingredients. He enriches dishes with his own produce and herbs to create fresh and thoughtful pieces.

Duane Nelson

Head Chef, Aberdeen Glen

Duane Nelson grew up in Miworth and is proud to call Prince George his hometown. Over the past 30 years,...

…Duane has sharpened his culinary skills in response to his passion for food. He has experience in varying restaurant positions, including front and back of house. At Aberdeen Glen, Duane has the opportunity to use his creativity and impressive knowledge as head chef, consistently embracing pub-style classics while introducing new menu items. Duane’s approach to cooking is encouraged by a value for local, homegrown and homemade ingredients. He enriches dishes with his own produce and herbs to create fresh and thoughtful pieces.

James Baquial

Head Superintendent, Aberdeen Glen

Born and raised in Bohol, Philippines, James graduated from Holy Name University with a Bachelor of ...

…Science in Electronic Communication Engineering. 

He moved to Prince George in 2003 and started his turf management career in 2004, working under Andrew Bell and Al Ayer on the grounds crew for Aberdeen Glen Golf Course. He also studied as an Automotive Technician in the fall and winter of 2012 before he was promoted to
Assistant Superintendent of Aberdeen Glen in 2013.

In the spring of 2017, James attended the Turfgrass Management Accelerated Course
at UMASS in Boston, Massachusetts. Soon after, in the summer of 2017, he took over
the role of Head Superintendent and became an active member of the British Columbia Golf Superintendents Association (BCGSA) and the Western Canada Turf Association (WCTA.)

Also in the summer of 2017, James proudly hosted the BCGSA Exchange Tournament,
which welcomed superintendents and golf course owners from BC to Aberdeen Glen.
He classifies this as “one of his greatest achievements.”

Aside from work, James enjoys spending time with his family and travelling throughout
Canada.

James Baquial

Head Superintendent, Aberdeen Glen

Born and raised in Bohol, Philippines, James graduated from Holy Name University with a Bachelor of ...

…Science in Electronic Communication Engineering. 

He moved to Prince George in 2003 and started his turf management career in 2004, working under Andrew Bell and Al Ayer on the grounds crew for Aberdeen Glen Golf Course. He also studied as an Automotive Technician in the fall and winter of 2012 before he was promoted to
Assistant Superintendent of Aberdeen Glen in 2013.

In the spring of 2017, James attended the Turfgrass Management Accelerated Course
at UMASS in Boston, Massachusetts. Soon after, in the summer of 2017, he took over
the role of Head Superintendent and became an active member of the British Columbia Golf Superintendents Association (BCGSA) and the Western Canada Turf Association (WCTA.)

Also in the summer of 2017, James proudly hosted the BCGSA Exchange Tournament,
which welcomed superintendents and golf course owners from BC to Aberdeen Glen.
He classifies this as “one of his greatest achievements.”

Aside from work, James enjoys spending time with his family and travelling throughout
Canada.

James Baquial

Head Superintendent, Aberdeen Glen

Born and raised in Bohol, Philippines, James graduated from Holy Name University with a Bachelor of ...

…Science in Electronic Communication Engineering. 

He moved to Prince George in 2003 and started his turf management career in 2004, working under Andrew Bell and Al Ayer on the grounds crew for Aberdeen Glen Golf Course. He also studied as an Automotive Technician in the fall and winter of 2012 before he was promoted to
Assistant Superintendent of Aberdeen Glen in 2013.

In the spring of 2017, James attended the Turfgrass Management Accelerated Course
at UMASS in Boston, Massachusetts. Soon after, in the summer of 2017, he took over
the role of Head Superintendent and became an active member of the British Columbia Golf Superintendents Association (BCGSA) and the Western Canada Turf Association (WCTA.)

Also in the summer of 2017, James proudly hosted the BCGSA Exchange Tournament,
which welcomed superintendents and golf course owners from BC to Aberdeen Glen.
He classifies this as “one of his greatest achievements.”

Aside from work, James enjoys spending time with his family and travelling throughout
Canada.

One of the fastest growing residential areas in Prince George, Aberdeen Glen Estates boasts spectacular views of the rolling greens and fairways and is sure to be one of the most desirable locations to live in all of Northern British Columbia.

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