Seniors' PGA Championship of Canada cancelled

Seniors' PGA Championship of Canada cancelled

Given ongoing restrictions and uncertainty related to COVID-19, the PGA of Canada has cancelled the 2020 PGA Seniors’ Championship of Canada, originally scheduled for Aug. 4-7 at Le Parcours du Vieux Village in Bromont, Que.

The national championship will return to Vieux Village in 2021, though dates for next year have yet to be confirmed.

“While we are disappointed to cancel this event, we are thankful for the opportunity to return next year when restrictions have eased,” said Adam LeBrun, the PGA of Canada’s managing director of championships and foundation. "Head Professional Marc Hurtubise and his team at Le Parcours du Vieux Village have shown immense enthusiasm in support of the championship. Our players will unquestionably enjoy all that Bromont has to offer in 2021."

The PGA Seniors’ Championship of Canada was first conducted in 1938 as part of the PGA Championship of Canada before evolving into a stand-alone tournament in 1973. This is the first time since 1946 the event will not be contested.

The PGA of Canada continues to actively review its national championship schedule for the remainder of the season. To date, the association has cancelled the DCM PGA Women’s Championship and postponed the PGA Championship of Canada presented by TaylorMade Golf Canada and adidas Golf as a result of the pandemic.

Should a national event take place in the fall, the PGA of Canada plans to designate a category within the championship to provide senior members with an opportunity to compete. 

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