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All the exciting fun is going to begin for the golf lovers on 6th of September as the very popular Montreal Championship is going to start on this particular day. Golf has been the game of mind and calmness that one player exhibits on the golf course. Such brilliancy would be seen in Montreal Championship where the champions would fight against one another to get the title of the sole champion, one who is untamed and unbeaten.
The Montreal Championship is basically a professional tournament for the golfers on champion tour. It is 54-holed game that was first played three years back in 2010 in the suburbs of Montreal. And from there on it has been played every year and has gathered a lot fan following. This beautiful golf course is scattered on a vast 7,105 yards with a par-72.
In the last years among all the players, Mark Calcavecchia of United States after an interesting and nail biting competition won the title with a score 69-67-64=200. Whereas runner up was also from the United States and it was the difference of just four brilliant strokes that earn the victory for Mark Calcavecchia. This intense and fierce competition is expected to be repeated this year as champions will fight again this year between 6 and 8th September.
Posted: 22nd June 2012
June 22nd through the 24th will be the Montreal Championship, which happens on the Champions Tour. This tournament will take place at the Valee du Richelieu Vercheres, in Sainte-Julie, Quebec in Canada, and the purse is a million, eight hundred thousand dollars. The winner last year was John Cook, winning $270,000 and the other tournaments that are coming up include the Constellation Senior Player's Championship, from June 28th through July 1st at the Fox Chapel Golf Club in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
The most recent tournament on the Champion's Tour is the Regions Tradition, held at Shoal Creek in Shoal Creek, Alabama, with a $2,200,000 purse, with Tom Lehman as the winner of the June 7th through the 10th tournament. The prize for first place was $335,000. The field this year includes Fulton Allem, Lonnie Nielsen and Mark O'Meara as well as Jerry Pate, Bill Glasson and Tommy Armour III. Andy Bean, Jay Haas and Gary Hallberg will also be playing along with Dana Quigley, David Peoples and Jay Don Blake.
Posted: 1st July 2011
The Montreal Championship is this week's Champions Tour event, presented by Desjardins and held July 1st through the 3rd. This is a $1,800,000 tournament that happens at the Club de Golf Fontainebleau in Montreal, Quebec in Canada. The defending champion is Larry Mize who took home $270,000 last year. Also coming up on the Champions Tour, the Nature Valley First Tee Open at Pebble Beach, in California from July 8th to the 10th and the Senior Open Championship, held July 21st through the 24th at the Walton Heath Golf Club.
Larry Mize won this tournament with a seventeen under last year, followed by John Cook with sixteen under and Dan Forsman with fourteen. This year, golfers include Tommy Armour III, Jay Haas, David Peoples and Scott Hoch as well as Corey Pavin, Ronnie Black, Peter Senior, Hale Irwin, Tom Kite, Brad Bryant and Steve Lowery, along with Jeff Sluman and Dan Forsman. You can watch these golfers compete right from your computer with your internet connection. Just sign up at the banners on this page for instant access.
Posted: 2nd July 2010
Three tournaments make up the month of July for the Champion's Tour, a tour for golfers over the age of 50 from the PGA Tour. This means that you'll see some great golfers hitting the field at the Montreal Championship Live, which will be held July 2nd through the 4th, at the Club de Golf Fontainebleau in Montreal, Quebec in Canada. You can watch this tournament on the Champion's Tour by getting your membership at the banners that are located on this page, for access to high quality video right from your computer.
The purse for this tournament is $1,800,000 and the Montreal Championship has no defending champion because this is the first year that is has been held. The course, called the Club de Golf Fontainebleau in Montreal, is 7,105 yards and is a Par 72. The purse is going to be $1.8 million, and the winner will walk away with a check for $270,000. The Montreal Championship should be a great tournament and the Club de Golf Fontainebleau is a great course, so this will be an exciting one to watch.
Here's a look at the field for the Montreal Championship. David Frost will be attending as will Fred Funk, Andy Bean, David Peoples, Jay Haas, Loren Roberts, Jim Roy and Bobby Clampett. Also Tim Simpson, Fred Couples, Tom Kite, Tom Lehman, Wayne Levi and Danny Edwards. Other names you might recognize include Fulton Allem, Denis Watson, Keith Fergus and Mark Weibe. To watch this tournament get your membership at the banners on this page and watch in high quality video from your computer, from anywhere.
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