CP Women’s Open cancelled for 2020; Shaughnessy still to host in 2021

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The 2020 CP Women’s Open has been cancelled.

The Canadian women’s professional golf championship was scheduled for the first week of September at Vancouver’s Shaughnessy Golf & Country Club.

Organizers had hoped that the tournament would be able to go ahead as planned, but travel and border restrictions due to the COVID-19 pandemic made it impossible.

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Shaughnessy and the city of Vancouver will instead host the event in 2021.

Read more: Golf: Canada’s Mackenzie Tour announces cancellation of remaining 2020 schedule

Golf Canada had already cancelled all of its national championships.

The RBC Canadian Open, Canada’s men’s professional championship, was cancelled in mid-April.

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