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The Great Waterway Classic brings the excitement of PGA TOUR Canada to the greater Kingston area once again this summer as 156 tour professionals will tee it up at Loyalist Golf & Country Club, vying for a piece of the$175,000 purse.

PGA Tour Canada LogoPGA TOUR Canada is a series of tournaments played across Canada each summer, where tomorrow’s stars begin the path to the PGA TOUR. The leading five money winners at the end of each season earn status on the Web.com Tour for the following season.

In addition to the top five players on the Order of Merit earning status on the Web.com Tour for 2016, players 6-10 will once again earn an exemption into the final stage of the Web.com Tour Qualifying Tournament, with players 11-20 gaining direct entry into the second stage. Players competing on PGA TOUR Canada will look to follow in the footsteps of Abbotsford, B.C.’s Nick Taylor, who finished 7th on the 2013 Order of Merit, then earned his PGA TOUR card through the Web.com Tour before entering the PGA TOUR winner’s circle at the 2014 Sanderson Farms Championship.

PGA TOUR Canada’s mission is to deliver a PGA TOUR experience for our members, fans, volunteers and our partners in order to develop the future stars of professional golf & enrich the communities we visit. Every PGA TOUR Canada event strives to leave an impact in the community through charitable donations and long- lasting relationships.


The Great WaterwayLaced together by the sparkling St. Lawrence River, Rideau Canal, Bay of Quinte and Lake Ontario, this region serves up all the ingredients for a perfect getaway. On its shores you’ll find fascinating history, quaint villages, inspiring art, live theatre and gastronomic delights. On its waters, enjoy world class sailing and scuba diving, pristine beaches and leisurely cruises.

This beautiful stretch of Ontario is entirely linked by water – from Cornwall on the St. Lawrence to Lake Ontario’s Kingston and on to the Bay of Quinte. In between, it’s dotted by hundreds of lakes and winds its way north along the UNESCO World Heritage Site Rideau Heritage Route.

As you make your way along The Great Waterway, you can strap on your hiking boots and take in some fresh air, or set sail and enjoy the wind in your hair. No matter how you choose to explore it – The Great Waterway offers some of the best places to visit in Ontario.

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