PING Announced as Supporting Partner of PGA Women's Championship of Canada

PING Announced as Supporting Partner of PGA Women's Championship of Canada

[Acton, ON] – The PGA of Canada is pleased to announce that PING is coming on board as a supporting partner of the ORORO PGA Women’s Championship of Canada, set for July 2-5 at TPC Toronto.

Featuring the top professional and amateurs in the country, the event is the final tournament in the She Plays Golf series, which also serves as a qualifying circuit for this year’s CPKC Women’s Open.

As part of its commitment to support women's golf, PING has partnered with the PGA of Canada to continue offering a separate purse for PGA of Canada Club Professionals at the prestigious event.

“Coming on board as a partner of the PGA of Canada Women’s Championship reflects PING's dedication to fostering growth and development within the women's game and providing greater opportunities for athletes to showcase their talent on the national stage,” said Dave Wilson, General Manager of PING Canada. “We believe in the power of golf to inspire and empower individuals and we are thrilled to extend our support of PGA Professionals in this country.”

The full field of the event will be comprised of 60 players, including PGA of Canada members and touring professionals, along with top amateurs and juniors. The field will be cut to the top 30 players plus ties following the second round.

The 54-hole event is set to be played on the links-inspired Heathlands course, which has hosted several notable events over the past few years, including the PGA TOUR America’s Osprey Valley Open.

"We are so grateful to PING for their generous support of women’s golf and the PGA of Canada,” said PGA of Canada CEO Kevin Thistle. “We are proud to welcome both amateur and professionals into this national championship, but it is always nice to do something a little extra for our PGA members thanks to PING.”

For more information about the 2024 ORORO PGA Women's Championship of Canada, click here.