TPC Toronto at Osprey Valley announced on Wednesday the return of The Road to TPC Toronto presented by COBRA PUMA GOLF, an event series for junior golfers taking place across Ontario this season.
After a successful launch in 2021, The Road will once again consist of a series of 36-hole regional qualifying tournaments, where competitors in girls and boys divisions will play to earn a spot in the season-ending finale at TPC Toronto at Osprey Valley in July along with prizes from COBRA PUMA GOLF.
“It was a thrill to meet and welcome so many outstanding young competitors to TPC Toronto last year, and we believe this year’s event series will be a great complement to the schedules of talented junior golfers across Ontario this season. We look forward to another season of strong competition, great prizes and fun on the course,” said TPC Toronto Tournament and Programming Director Brad Parkins.
Each regional qualifying tournament field will be open to girls and boys, aged 18 and under as of August 1, 2022 on a first come-first serve basis. The top six boys and three girls from each regional qualifier will advance to the finale at TPC Toronto at Osprey
Valley, in Caledon, Ontario, July 17-18. At The Finale, 60 of the province’s best junior golfers will compete in the 36-hole championship event, with prizing for top boys’ and girls’ finishers.
Beginning in May, The Road to TPC Toronto presented by COBRA PUMA GOLF will visit the following sites for qualifying events:
- Loyalist Country Club (Bath, Ont.) May 14-15
- Seaforth Golf & Country Club (Seaforth, Ont.) May 28-29
- Idylwylde Golf & Country Club and Timberwolf Golf Club (Sudbury, Ont.) June 4-5
- Bridgewater Golf & Country Club (Fort Erie, Ont.) July 4
- Deer Creek Golf & Banquet Facility (Ajax, Ont.) July 11
The Finale will once again be a part of the Osprey Valley Open presented by Votorantim Cimentos – CBM Aggregates, an official PGA TOUR Canada event. Competitors at the Finale will compete in the final round alongside a PGA TOUR Canada player in a unique Pro-Am format, providing players with a special inside-the-ropes experience.
COBRA PUMA GOLF will provide equipment and apparel prizes for outstanding junior golfers at each event, with the boys’ and girls’ champion following the finale at TPC Toronto earning a prize pack, including a custom fitting for a COBRA KING Putter.
“Last year we saw a promising start to the Road to TPC Toronto event series and are excited to see its growth and evolution in the summer of 2022,” said Dwayne Boecker,
Head of Golf for COBRA PUMA GOLF – Canada. “It offers a fantastic development opportunity for competitive juniors as well as engagement with our performance brands, both of which we passionately support.”
Competitions will be operated with detailed COVID-19 safety protocols in place in accordance with each host facility’s established practices.
Online registration for tournaments is now open at theroadtotpctoronto.com.