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Think GolfMeet Bruce Rainnie, Doug Roxburgh and the Think Golf team

Posted: Thursday, June 14, 2012 | 10:05 AM

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Get to know our CN Think Golf experts, Bruce Rainnie and Doug Roxburgh.

Bruce Rainnie

Bruce Rainnie is a golf instructor and host of CBC News: Compass, the evening news program in Prince Edward Island. His work on Compass has helped the show achieve the status of number-one rated supperhour news broadcast in the county and a Gemini Award for "Best News Special Event Coverage".

In addition, Bruce is nationally known for his work with CBC Sports. Along with being a regular host on Hockey Night in Canada, he has broadcast five Olympic Games and had the honour of calling a Gold Medal performance by Canadian Showjumper Eric Lamaze in Hong Kong.

Bruce lives in Charlottetown with his wife, Kendra, and their young sons Mark and Alistair.



Doug Roxburgh

Doug Roxburgh is a golf instructor and former Director of High Performance Programs for Golf Canada and was a Canadian Junior Champion in 1970. He's played in two Commonwealth Trophy Matches and was a World Amateur Team member for a number of years.

In British Columbia, where Doug is a member of the Marine Drive Golf Club, he was the B.C. Amateur Champion 13 times and the B.C. Junior Champion in 1969 and 1970.

Doug is a member of the Canadian Golf Hall of Fame, the BC Sports Hall of Fame, the BC Golf Hall of Fame and the SFU Sports Hall of Fame.



Jason Glass

Jason Glass is the head strength coach for Golf Canada. He has helped many golfers at all levels, including the PGA, improve their fitness. Glass has also appeared on shows on the Golf Channel. He graduated from University of British Columbia with a bachelor of Human Kinetics and is a NSCA-certified strength and conditioning specialist.

Visit his website and follow Jason on Twitter.



Jisoo Keel

Sixteen-year-old Jisoo Keel calls Coquitlam, B.C. home. As an amateur golfer, Keel won a CN Canadian Women's Tour event in May, earning an exemption into the 2012 CN Canadian Women's Open this August.

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