This years RBC Canadian Open is returning back to the Glen Abbey golf course for its 29th time. The Canadian Open is the third oldest continuously running tournament on the PGA Tour since being first contested in 1904.
The event is expecting to bring in around 100,000 fans to Oakville during the week of July 24-30, and six of the top 50 golfers in the world, including Dustin Johnson and Matt Kuchar will be at Glen Abbey to compete.
Many golf legends will also be in attendance like Jack Nicklaus who will kick off the opening ceremony on Tuesday, and Bob Vokey and Judy Darling Evans will be welcomed into the Canadian Golf Hall of Fame.
The whole family will be able to enjoy and be part of the celebrations at this years Canadian Open, with children under 17 years of age having free admission. But on Tuesday the opening ceremony will take place and admission will be free for everyone.
RBC will enhance the viewing experience for fans with front-row Muskoka chairs at 10 different locations that will put you right in the action and you’ll be able to see your favourite PGA Tour stars up close.
BMW is going to be returning this year, and they will be located at the 7th whole where you can be part of Ultimate Long Putt Challenge that lets you putt for many great prices including 1-year lease of a BMW 4 series.
Fans will also be able to take a picture with the 1904 Olympic trophy and the RBC Canadian Open Trophy, while you’re waiting get some popcorn and sign up for a free Golf Canada membership.
Enjoy some beavertails and various other Food Trucks that will fill your food cravings throughout the day. There will also be junior golf activities, free charging stations, a beer garden, giveaways, Tweet Caddies and more.
Want more details on what’s happening during each day of the Canadian Open? Make sure to check out their website.
Pictures courtesy of RBC Canadian Open