Bob Weeks: TPC Toronto to host RBC Canadian Open 2025

The 2025 RBC Canadian Open is heading north, at least north of Toronto.

TPC Toronto in Osprey Valley in Caledon, Ontario, was named as the site for the 114th National Championship on Tuesday. The north course, one of three at the facility, will host the best golfers on the PGA Tour.

Designed by Doug Carrick, the North Course underwent extensive renovations in 2023 by Ian Andrew and the PGA Tour. He will play just over 7,400 yards.

The modifications to the North course, which is publicly accessible, were intended to change the design and turn it into a venue capable of challenging the game’s best players by improving the course’s complex greens and strategically positioning bunkers and other obstacles. It will be played to a par 70, and two par 5s will be changed to par 4s for the tournament.

“I am extremely proud to see the Humeniuk family’s vision for TPC Toronto at Osprey Valley come to fruition as they accept our invitation to host the Canadian National Open Championship in 2025,” said Golf Canada CEO Laurence Applebaum. it’s a statement.

“This incredible property with its spectacular clubhouse and facilities will deliver spectacular, spectacular competition backed by an operational capability worthy of a world-class championship. “This is a special and well-deserved moment for TPC Toronto as we step onto the world golf stage by hosting the 114th edition of our national open championship.”

The dates of the Open have not been published.

TPC Toronto was founded in 1992 and created by the Humeniuk family. It is home to three courses: the North, the Heathlands and the Hoot. All three were designed by Carrick and are among SCOREGolf’s top 100 courses in Canada.

The North Field becomes 38th different site to host the RBC Canadian Open and only the seventh different venue since 1977.

In addition to the renovations at the course, TPC Toronto has seen a wave of construction with a new 60,000-square-foot clubhouse, a flagship Two Brothers restaurant, VIP suites and event space, plus a second clubhouse at the Heathlands course and 17 multi-unit cabins for stay and fun trips currently under construction.

“This is a momentous occasion for Osprey Valley and represents an important step in our continued transformation as a facility, along with the culmination of many years of hard work, planning and preparation by our team,” said Osprey Valley President Chris Humeniuk, in a release. “We have long envisioned Osprey Valley becoming one of Canada’s premier golf destinations, and becoming the home of our country’s national championship is a tremendous component in making that vision a reality.”

This year’s RBC Canadian Open will be held at Hamilton Golf and Country Club in Ancaster, Ontario, beginning May 30.