The PGA Club Professional Championship of Canada begins Tuesday at TPC Eagle Trace in Coral Springs, Fla.
The 36-hole national championship featuring head professionals, head teaching professionals, executive professionals and general managers is the final event on the PGA of Canada 2017 schedule.
“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,” said PGA of Canada president Steve Wood.
The original host venue—The Woodlands Golf and Country Club—was not suitable after this year’s hurricane season in South Florida. In order to maintain the original travel dates of all competitors, while providing a championship-worthy course at TPC Eagle Trace, the championship has been shortened to 36 holes.
An Inter-Zone Team Championship, which is comprised of four players per zone (and three scores per team counting), will also handed out after 36 holes.
First round tee times are here.