VANCOUVER’S SHAUGHNESSY GOLF AND COUNTRY CLUB TO HOST 2020 CP WOMEN’S OPEN
2020 CP Women’s Open marks the first time the esteemed club will play host to the stars of the LPGA Tour; Canada’s National Women’s Open returns to B.C. for the first time since 2015
Through Canadian Pacific’s community investment program, CP Has Heart, the event will once again be making a significant contribution to pediatric cardiac care in the host community.
The stars of the LPGA Tour are headed back to Vancouver as Golf Canada and Canadian Pacific (CP) announce the 2020 CP Women’s Open will be contested at Shaughnessy Golf and Country Club from August 31- September 6, 2020.
The 2020 CP Women’s Open will mark the sixth time that the province of British Columbia has hosted Canada’s Women’s Open Championship, with the last time being 2015 at The Vancouver Golf Club, where Lydia Ko won her third CP Women’s Open title.
“Together, with our partners at Canadian Pacific (CP) and the LPGA Tour, we are very excited to bring the 2020 CP Women’s Open to the world-class city of Vancouver and the prestigious Shaughnessy Golf and Country Club,” said Laurence Applebaum, CEO of Golf Canada. “Vancouver and the entire province of British Columbia are home to a tremendously passionate golf community, and we are excited to see the LPGA Tour’s best take on one of Canada’s premier golf courses.”
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