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July 22-28, 2019
Glen Abbey GC
Oakville,Ontario, CAN
Purse: $6.200 million
Winning Share: $1,116,000
FedExCup Points: 500
Par Yardage: 35-36 = 71
Field: 156 players from the PGA TOUR

The Canadian Open is part of the prestigious “Triple Crown” of the PGA Tour.

The Canadian Open is a famous golf tournament sponsored by the Bell Canada (the Bell Canada Enterprises, a major Canadian telecommunications company). The championship was founded in 1904 and, probably, therefore, it remains one of the favorite competitions among golf fans.

This important PGA event is considered the third most prestigious golf tournament after the Open Championship and the U.S. Open. The Canadian Open is also the most accessible tournament for American golfers among the non-US national opens. Because of its long history, the event has a special status.

The Canadian Open has continually evolved since it was first played in 1904. As the game grew in popularity, so did the Open. Today, fans and competitors alike come from near and far to see the game’s biggest names compete for the honour of being Canadian champion.

Since its inception in 1904, the Canadian Open has played host to the world's best golfers and produced countless memorable moments. Sports fans across the country and around the world have been entertained by legends including former champions Byron Nelson, Arnold Palmer, Tiger Woods, Vijay Singh and Jim Furyk. The list of legends also includes Sam Snead and Lee Trevino, who each won the Canadian Open three times. Greg Norman, Tom Weiskopf, Curtis Strange, Nick Price and Jim Furyk all won twice. Jack Nicklaus, considered by many to be the greatest golfer ever, was the runner-up seven times.

The Canadian Open has been previously held at Shaughnessy in 1948, 1966 and 2005. The only other time it was staged in British Columbia was 1954 at Vancouver's Point Grey Golf Club, just down the road from Shaugyhnessy, where Pat Fletcher became the last home-grown Canadian to win the Open title.

Canadian Open Winners

Celebrated golfers who have won the tournament include: Walter Hagen, Tommy Armour, Sam Snead, Byron Nelson, Bobby Locke, Arnold Palmer, Lee Trevino, Greg Norman and Tiger Woods. The Canadian Open is regarded as the most prestigious tournament never won by the great Jack Nicklaus, a 7-time runner-up. Leo Diegel has the most titles with four.

2018 RBC Canadian Open Winner

Despite missing the cut in the 2018 British Open, Dustin Johnson, won the 2018 RBC Canadian Open by three strokes on Sunday at Glen Abbey Golf Course outside Toronto.

2017 RBC Canadian Open Winner

Venezuelan golfer Jhonattan Vegas edges Charley Hoffman in 1st hole of playoff and wins 2017 RBC Canadian Open.

2016 RBC Canadian Open Winner

Dustin Johnson made a 10-foot eagle putt on the par-5 18th hole Thursday for a 6-under 66 and a share of the Canadian Open lead with Luke List.

2015 RBC Canadian Open Winner

Jason Day captured his fourth PGA TOUR victory at the 2015 RBC Canadian Open at Glen Abbey Golf Club in Oakville, Ont. The Australian shot a final round 4-under 68 with six birdies, including a string of three to conclude the round, to finish 17-under.

2014 RBC Canadian Open Winner

South African golfer Tim Clark barely stands 5-foot-7, but he was a giant on Sunday at the RBC Canadian Open.

2013 RBC Canadian Open Winner

Brandt Snedeker wins the 2013 Canadian Open at Oakville, Ontario. Snedeker moved to the top of the field after second-round leader Hunter Mahan withdrew when his wife unexpectedly went into labour, and held on Sunday for his second victory of the season and the sixth of his career.

2012 RBC Canadian Open Winner

Scott Piercy wins 2012 Canadian Open at Hamilton Golf & Country Club. Piercy closed with a 3-under 67 for a one-shot victory. he ultimately won with a two-putt par from 50 feet below the hole.

2011 Canadian Open Winner

Sean O’Hair Wins 2011 RBC Canadian Open In Playoff Victory at Hamilton Golf & Country Club course in Vancouver, British Columbia. O'Hair, who shot a 2-under-par 68 Sunday, made a bogey on the playoff hole, but Blanks missed a 6-foot putt to extend sudden death.

2010 Canadian Open Winner

Literally the last man on the leaderboard, Carl Pettersson captured the 101st playing of the world’s third-oldest national open with a final round 3-under par 67. On Sunday, Pettersson continued handling St. George’s better than anyone in a week the course record heading into the tournament ended up getting beaten or tied nine times, led by the winner’s 10-under par 60 on Saturday.

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