The PGA Club Professional Championship of Canada is returning to Florida this year.
Woodlands Country Club in Tamarac, Fla., will host the 54-hole PGA of Canada national championship that features head professionals, head teaching professionals and executive professionals, Nov. 13-16.
“The PGA of Canada is very excited about heading back to the great state of Florida and Woodlands Country Club for this year’s PGA Club Professional Championship of Canada presented by Titleist and FootJoy,” said PGA of Canada president Steve Wood.
“ClubLink is the largest employer of PGA professionals in Canada, so it’s fitting we host one of our flagship national championships at one of their facilities,” he added.
Woodlands Country Club was created in 1968 when its developer, Ken Behring, wanted to build a golf community resembling Palm Springs, Calif. The golf course was carved out of 640 near Fort Lauderdale.
“We’re both excited and honoured to be hosting the PGA Club Professional Championship of Canada presented by Titleist and FootJoy,” said Woodlands director of operations Jim Greene. “PGA of Canada professionals teeing up for the week will be treated to a fantastic Florida golfing experience.”