Golf Ontario is pleased to announce the 2020 Championship schedule featuring the best amateur championships in the province, hosted at many renowned facilities across Ontario.
Tournament registration will open February 6th, 2020 at 9:00am.
After a very successful 2019 season, the planning is well underway to continue the momentum into 2020 in what should be another brilliant year for Golf in Ontario.
The 2020 schedule is highlighted by the province’s premier amateur competitions – the 98th Ontario Men’s Amateur will run July 14-17 at Otter Creek Golf Club in Otterville, and the 105th running of the Ontario Women’s Amateur along with the Women’s Mid-Amateur will be hosted by Listowel Golf Club as part of their 100th anniversary, July 6-9.
After a very successful inaugural Ontario Disability Championship, Golf Ontario will once again host the championship at Woodington Lake Golf Club prior to next year’s Ontario Open. Exciting new details of 2020 Ontario Open will be announced in the new year.
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(last updated Jan 8, 2020)
“We are excited to announce one of the most diverse and inclusive championship schedules in amateur golf, catering to all golfers in Ontario” said Golf Ontario Manager of Rules & Competitions John Lawrence. “In 2020 we are pleased to celebrate a couple of milestones with our renowned member clubs including; Listowel Golf Club’s 100th anniversary, and as previously scheduled a year ago, Sault Ste. Marie Golf Club centennial.”
The championship season officially begins May 14th with the 62nd running of the Ontario Men’s Better-Ball Championship hosted annually at Toronto’s Oakdale Golf & Country Club.
At the junior level, the Victoria Day long weekend Junior Spring Classic’s will kickoff the competitive championship season for most boys and girls. The boys will contest the picturesque countryside of Ontario’s Lake Country at Hawk Ridge Golf & Country Club in Orillia, while the girls will return to Wooden Sticks Golf Course in Uxbridge for the annual events.
After an overwhelmingly positive response from our Senior Men’s category Golf Ontario will be adding a Senior Men’s Match Play Championship to the 2020 calendar. A competition made up of 32 players, earning their positions through exemptions and qualifying rounds, the championship will run alongside the Men’s Match Play Championship at Taboo Golf Resort in Gravenhurst June 8-11.
The Ontario Champion of Champions tournament will move from what was an early Spring May date to June 1st in 2020. The later date will allow more players to hone their skills and prepare to compete with all the province’s member club champions at Spring Lakes Golf Club.
The complete schedule including tournament formats and entry eligibility will be available February 3rd, 2020 when tournament registration opens.
For more information or comments on the tournament schedule please contact John Lawrence at email@example.com
We are currently working on the 2020 schedule during these unprecedented times and thank you for your patience and understanding.
We will make an announcement when we know more.