Wayne Gretzky was born here. Tiger Woods took his famous shot out of a fairway bunker to win the Canadian Open by a single stroke here. Each spring the oldest road race in North America is run here. The roots of Canada’s proud history of sport run wide and deep in the Heart of Ontario.
Celebrate the sports, the players and the plays behind Canada’s legacy as a breeding ground for some of the world’s greatest athletes.
Canadian Golf Hall of Fame and Museum, Oakville
Located on the famed Glen Abbey Golf Course, The Canadian Golf Hall of Fame celebrates the game – today and yesterday.
Watch some of the world’s best golfers at the 2017 RBC Canadian Open, taking place yet again at Oakville’s Glen Abbey Golf Course. Re-live previous years of the Canadian Open by visiting the Canadian Golf Hall of Fame and Museum.
Around the Bay Road Race, Hamilton
While this annual race occurs just once each spring, avid runners can still lace up and run Hamilton’s Around the Bay road race, the oldest road race in North America, on their own.
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