Proud Host of 2020 Canadian Men’s Senior ChampionshipPheasant Glen
Pheasant Glen is proud to host the Canadian Men’s Senior Championship on September 14th to 18th, 2020.
A very popular amateur golf event in Canada that began in 1962, the champion receives an exemption into the United States Golf Association’s Senior Amateur.
The Canadian Men’s Senior Championship is a 72 hole stroke play championship for men age 55 and over (Men Senior Division), and age 70 and over (Super Senior Division).
The Senior Championship is played over 72 holes with a cut after 36 holes. The Super Senior Championship is contested concurrently over the first 36 holes of the championship.
The Senior Inter-provincial Team Championship runs concurrently with the first 36 holes of the tournament.
- Calgary’s Bob Wylie has captured seven John Rankin Memorial Trophies since 1985.
- Nick Weslock, one of Canada’s greatest amateurs of the century, won the event six times between 1973 and 1983.
- Ray Reid of Edmonton claimed a place in Canada’s golf history by winning the inaugural Super Senior Championship and having his name as the first to be engraved on the Governors Cup in 1995.
- Graham Cooke is a four-time winner of this event and is the winningest amateur champion in Canada; his resume also includes seven mid-amateur titles.
- In 2010, Paul Simson made history by becoming the first person to win the British, U.S. and Canadian senior titles in the same year.