2018 was another exciting year for golf in Canada. The PGA featured a record number of Canadians competing on tour while the RBC Canadian Open closed out Glen Abbey in style with the world’s No.1 player Dustin Johnson winning the final event on the famed golf course in Oakville.
However, the most memorable moment of the year 2018 was Brooke Henderson’s win on home soil at the CP Women’s Open back in August. Henderson’s historic win was the seventh of her young career and it was certainly one of the ages.
Some years are harder than others to pick the moment of the year in Canadian golf but 2018 was an absolute no-brainer.
Historic win Brooke, congratulations! Keep making us proud. https://t.co/8H6VGFKAil
— Justin Trudeau (@JustinTrudeau) August 27, 2018