CP sets a target of $1.75M to be raised for paediatric cardiac research and care TORONTO (Golf Canada) – Canadian Pacific (CP) and Golf Canada today announced that SickKids Foundation has been chosen as the primary charity partner for the 2019 Canadian Pacific Women’s Open. The 2019 CP Women’s Open will see Canadian sensation and CP ambassador Brooke Henderson defend her national golf title against the top LPGA Tour players in the world from August 19-25 at Magna Golf Club, i
(PEBBLE BEACH, CALIF.) — Youth on Course — the non-profit organization providing young people with subsidized golf, college scholarships, caddie programs and paid internships, in partnership with Golf Canada and Alberta Golf – breaks international ground and brings affordable junior golf to Canada.
Initially, Youth on Course will be launching as a two-year pilot in the province of Alberta and will be recognized under the umbrella of Canada’s National Junior Golf Program –
Six athletes selected to represent Canada at biennial competition being hosted near Dublin, Ireland OAKVILLE, Ont. – Golf Canada is pleased to announce the six individuals selected to represent Canada at the 2018 World Amateur Team Championship, conducted by the International Golf Federation. The World Amateur Team Championship—featuring both a women’s (Aug. 29 – Sept. 1) and men’s (Sept. 5-8) competition— will be contested at Carton House (Montgomerie and O’Meara Courses) in
News and notes from Wascana Country Club for Sunday, August 26th REGINA (Golf Canada) - For the first time since 1973, a Canadian has won her country’s national golf championship. In front of hordes of fans screaming her name and singing O Canada, Brooke Henderson shot a final-round 65 and earned a decisive four-stroke win over Angel Yin at Regina’s Wascana Country Club. Lifted all week by the adoring Canadian fans, Henderson carded birdies at five of her closing eight holes.
Champion earns exemption into 2019 RBC Canadian Open VICTORIA, B.C. – Amateur golfers over the age of 25 will gather for the 32nd playing of the Canadian Men’s Mid-Amateur Championship at Victoria Golf Club from Aug. 20-24. The field of 156 amateur golfers will navigate the course, surrounded by West Coast beauty, craggy shorelines, lush fairways and challenging breezes. Founded in 1893, Victoria Golf Club is the second oldest golf course in North America on its original loca
Bauchou goes wire-to-wire to become the 14th back-to-back champion Garrett Rank shoots 65 to finish in 3rd place as low Canadian DUNCAN B.C. – American Zach Bauchou held on in Thursday’s final round of the 114th Canadian Men’s Amateur Championship at Duncan Meadows to become the 14th back-to-back champion in history. Bauchou, a Forest, Va., native, fired a 5-under 66 in the final round to finish with a three-stroke victory at 18 under par—tying the tournament record set in 19
Christopher Vandette ties course record; becomes tenth player to win both divisions since the juvenile division was established in 1970 MEDICINE HAT, Alta. – The competition and weather continued to heat up during the final round of the Canadian Junior Boys Championship. Christopher Vandette of Beaconsfield, Que., carded a tournament-low 65 to tie the course record and win the Canadian Junior Boys Championship on Thursday at Medicine Hat Golf & Country Club. The Team Canada D
Champion earns exemption into 2019 RBC Canadian Open and 2018 U.S. Amateur Championship DUNCAN, B.C. – The world’s best amateur golfers are set to compete in the 114th Canadian Men’s Amateur Championship in British Columbia at both Duncan Meadows Golf Course and Pheasant Glen Golf Resort from Aug. 6-9. The championship was first held in 1895, making it one of the most storied sporting events in Canada and third oldest amateur championship in the world. Duncan Meadows will pla
Mackenzie Hughes of Dundas, Ont., finishes in a tie for 8th to claim second straight Rivermead Cup Team Canada member and Richmond, B.C., native Chris Crisologo wins
Gary Cowan Medal as top amateur OAKVILLE, Ont. — World No. 1 Dustin Johnson fired a 6-under par 66 Sunday to pull away from the field and win his first RBC Canadian Open at 23-under par. Johnson, who entered the day in a 4-way tie for the lead with Whee Kim, Byeong Hun An and Kevin Tway, carded seven birdies an
Four golfers tied for the lead at seventeen under, including world no. 1 Dustin Johnson; round-two leader Kevin Tway still in picture for Sunday showdown Mackenzie Hughes shoosts 67 to sit T13 as the low Canadian through 54 holes OAKVILLE, Ont. — World no. 1 Dustin Johnson took Glen Abbey by storm Saturday, rocketing up the leaderboard for a share of top spot at 17-under following a third-round 7-under 65. Also sharing top-position at 17-under are second-round leader Kevin