RBC and Golf Canada are proud to present the RBC Canadian Open at Glen Abbey Golf Club, from July 22 to 28, 2013. Consistently ranked among Canada's best courses, a return to the renowned Harry Colt-designed classic course further emphasizes the commitment of Golf Canada and RBC to conducting the RBC Canadian Open at the country’s premier golf courses.
Renowned as the long-time home of the Canadian Open, Glen Abbey will play host to Canada’s National Open Championship for a record 26th time, the last being held in 2009. A Jack Nicklaus Signature Course design, Glen Abbey has produced many worthy champions including Tiger Woods, Vijay Singh, Greg Norman, Lee Trevino, and Curtis Strange.
Since its inception in 1904, the Canadian Open (now the RBC Canadian Open) has played host to the world's best golfers and produced countless memorable moments. Sports fans around the world have been entertained by legends including former champions Byron Nelson, Arnold Palmer, Tiger Woods, Vijay Singh and Jim Furyk. The Canadian Open is the second oldest stop on the PGA Tour and the third oldest national championship in the world. With its older cousins, the British and U.S. Opens, it constitutes the Triple Crown of national championships.
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