The CP Women’s Open has come to an end.
The event saw the world’s best golfers tee off at Wascana Country Club in Regina this past week for a purse of over $2 million and reached it’s climax when Brooke Henderson became the only the second Canadian ever to win the tournament.
The CEO for the club Greg Dukart said it was a quite a time.
“I think the support of these spectators has been overwhelming,” he said.
One thing Dukart noted was that throughout the open, he received compliments regarding the view the course offered, as well as the conditions of the greens.
“Our superintendent worked tirelessly to get the greens back from the ice devastation we had this winter, let alone the fairway devastation,” he said.
Dukart said the people that were a part of this open are going to be part of history.
He also credited the over 1100 volunteers for coming through and helping out in a variety of capacities to make it easy for officials and players.
As for when members can get back onto the course that they could not play on as everything got constructed for the event, Dukart says the plan is to have them back out on Tuesday.
The CP Has Heart Campaign was also very successful as the Jim Pattison Children’s Hospital Foundation received a sizable cheque from CP, who in partnership with Golf Canada, announced after the tournament a five-year contract extension