Air Canada Championship
The Air Canada Championship was a golf tournament on the PGA Tour from 1996 to 2002. It was played at the Northview Golf & Country Club (Ridge Course) in Surrey, British Columbia, Canada. It was founded in 1996 as the Greater Vancouver Open. The purse for the 2002 tournament was $3,500,000, with $630,000 going to the winner.
This was not the first time the PGA Tour included a stop in British Columbia on their schedule. Dow Finsterwald won the unofficial 1955 British Columbia Open Invitational, and Jim Ferree was victorious at the 1958 Vancouver Open Invitational.
|Air Canada Championship|
|2002||Gene Sauers||United States||269||−15||1 stroke||Steve Lowery|
|2001||Joel Edwards||United States||265||−19||7 strokes||Steve Lowery|
|2000||Rory Sabbatini||South Africa||268||−16||1 stroke||Grant Waite|
|1999||Mike Weir||Canada||266||−18||2 strokes||Fred Funk|
|Greater Vancouver Open|
|1998||Brandel Chamblee||United States||265||−19||3 strokes||Payne Stewart|
|1997||Mark Calcavecchia||United States||265||−19||1 stroke||Andrew Magee|
|1996||Guy Boros||United States||272||−12||1 stroke|| Emlyn Aubrey
- Tournament results at GolfObserver.com - select under "Tournament Name"
- 2002 Tournament preview - at GolfToday.co.uk
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