The Circuit Canada Pro Tour will stop at Mirabel

The golf Club The Four Areas will receive one of the tournaments on the Circuit, Canadian Pro Tour from 2017 to 2019.

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GOLF. The Circuit Pro Tour has signed an agreement with the golf Club The Four Areas of the Mirabel for the presentation of an international competition to 72 holes. This multi-year agreement of three years to commence as early as 2017.

The Omnium Investment Mackenzie, presented by Jaguar Laval, which will bring together a contingent of 156 players, with a grant of$ 175,000, of which 31 500$ will go to the champion. At the end of the tournament which will be held from 17 to 23 July next, the best three players in the ranking of the Order of merit will receive a pass for the RBC canadian Open, a tournament calendar of the PGA TOUR.
Circuit Canada Pro Tour, an entity in the world of professional golf in Canada, is organizing annually more than twenty national tournaments and international in Quebec and Ontario. Circuit Canada Pro Tour and its president, Jean Trudeau, will ensure the progress of the tournament.

“Circuit Canada Pro Tour is proud to be associated to Jaguar Laval, a partner of great importance, in the framework of this event a major international to be held in the Montreal area, said Jean Trudeau. We look forward to working with all our partners to make this event a resounding success. We are pleased that golf fans in Quebec can admire the prowess of the future stars of the PGA TOUR.”
The Omnium Mackenzie Investments is the first event of the Circuit Mackenzie Tour to be held in Quebec since its launch in 2013.

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Circuit Canada Pro Tour

Circuit Canada Pro Tour was founded in 2015. John Trudeau, president of Circuit Canada Pro Tour, has been working for 35 years in the management of events related to professional sport. In 2010, Mr. Trudeau has brought back the Canada Cup after an absence of 44 years on the board of the golf course. In 2014, it is the prestigious Omnium Quebec that he revived after an absence of 20 years. It is the second oldest tournament in Canada after the canadian Open, the first edition was disputed in 1904.

In 2015 and 2016, he attacked the Toronto market and the implementation of various national tournaments and international.

Just a few months after the official launch of the business, international sports governing bodies, such as PGA Tour Canada, Golf Canada, Alps Tour Golf (Europe) and the Great Lakes Tour have signed strategic alliances with this new player on the scene of professional golf in Canada.

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