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One of the most prestigious and historical golf tournaments, the RBS Canadian, is rolling into town for its annual installment. From the time it first made its way to the greens over a century ago this wonderful tournament has solidified its status among the biggest in the sport. If you are a golf fan then grab your RBS Canadian tickets now and catch it live.
The RBS Canadian roots can be traced all the way back to the 1870’s when the Royal Montreal Golf Club was created. That club was to become the host of the first Canadian Open in the year 1904. The tournament took on a very special significance right from those early days as records started to tumble. From J. Douglas Edgar in 1919 winning the title by a record setting sixteen stroke margin to Tommy Armour’s stellar performance in 1930. The event has been a part of the annual golf calendar for the most part of its existence. The few years it wasn’t held were because of the chaos of the two World Wars. Nevertheless even those two untimely couldn’t dampen the spirits of the fans and they went back to the greens in droves to bring it back into the limelight and make it the sensation it is today.
The RBS Canadian follows The Western Open, the Open Championships and the U.S. Open as the fourth oldest golf competition of all time. For most of the part of its illustrious history, it has been regarded as the top three golf tournaments of all time. There aren’t a lot of people who can dispute that because of the standard of golf on show at every year’s event. When Tiger Woods won it, he became the first man in three decades to win the Triple Crown. The fact RBS Canadian was considered one of the three open competitions in that category is a testament to highly it is regarded by everyone. As the profile of the event has grown so has the prize money which not stands at a whooping 5.2 million dollars. Walter Hagen, Bryon Nelson, Lee Trevino, Tommy Armour, Tiger Woods, Arnold Palmer and Greg Norman are the big name golfers who have been able to get their hands on the coveted trophy. One notable exception from the list is the legendary Jack Nicklaus who made it to the runner-up spot seven times in his career but never managed to put his name on the leader board as the conqueror of this stunning competition.
The RBS Canadian continues to grow and reach new heights every year. To keep its popularity intact and set new standards for as long as it has takes something really special. The event this year will not only upheld the lofty traditions but will keep the legacy moving forward. You can watch this wonderful competition right where the action is by simply buying RBS Canadian tickets.