Rent a Private Jet to the Canadian Open 2017
Not only is the Canadian Open one of the most prestigious tournaments on the PGA Tour, it’s also one of the most fun to attend. The Open was recently named the most fan-friendly event on the PGA Tour. Spectators looking for the ultimate experience in luxury can purchase exclusive tickets alongside the 18th Green for the best views in the house and bottomless Champagne.
While the players have until the Friday prior to the tournament to officially commit to play, some early promises have been made. With some of the best golfers in the world already planning to compete, the competition is sure to be thrilling.
Dustin Johnson, Bubba Watson, Si Woo Kim and Bryson DeChambeau are all planning to compete, as are Canada’s Adam Hadwin, Graham DeLaet, Nick Taylor and David Hearn. Dustin Johnson, who has been number one on the Official World Golf Rankings for months, may be the favorite to win. But Si Woo Kim recently won the 2017 Players Championship, the biggest win of his career, and could keep the fire going. Or, a Canadian could take it all for the first time in 63 years. You’ll have to be there to find out.
How to Get to the Canadian Open
Dates: 24-30 July 2017
Location: Glen Abbey Golf Club, Oakville, Ontario, Canada
For the VIP experience from the moment you leave home, rent a private jet to Toronto Pearson International Airport. Three private jet operators have facilities at the airport, each with a lavish lounge equipped with showers, custom catering, wifi and – best of all – no lines. We will arrange for a chauffeur to meet you on the tarmac to whisk you to the course, to your hotel or straight to dinner, whatever you prefer.
What You Need to Know About the Canadian Open 2017
The Open keeps spectators on their toes with a number of special events throughout the tournament. Monday, 24th July is the Canada Day Pro-Am, which features Canadian golfers, athletes and other celebrities in a charity Pro-Am to benefit the Golf Canada Foundation. The 2016 Pro-Am featured Canadian golf greats Dave Levesque and Mike Weir, and NFL player Larry Fitzgerald, to name a few.
On Tuesday, 25th July, the Opening Ceremony takes place in Spectator Village. Festivities will include a Canadian Golf Hall of Fame induction ceremony for Judy Darling Evans and golf club maker Bob Vokey. A military flyover and a performance of the national anthem will also take place. The event is free to all spectators.
If you’re Canadian, Friday, 28th July is the day to show your national pride. Golf Canada asks spectators to wear red and white in support of the Canadians on the field. A Canadian has not won the championship trophy since Pat Fletcher’s win in 1954, and the host country is hoping to break the drought. Canadians Mackenzie Hughes and Adam Hadwin each have had PGA Tour wins this season, and could take the prize.
As some history, the Canadian Open dates back to 1904. Since that year, the Open has been played every year except during WWI and WWII. This makes the Canadian Open the third oldest continuously running tournament on the PGA Tour. Some past winners of the Canadian Open include Tommy Armour, Arnold Palmer, Sam Snead, Byron Nelson, Lee Trevino, Greg Norman, Nick Price, Vijay Singh, Mark O’Meara and Tiger Woods.
General admission tickets for the week cost $282.50 and are available at the official website. For spectators looking to splurge on an unforgettable experience, some incredible VIP packages are on offer. The tickets to get are the 18th Green Club Seats, located beside the 18th Green under a tent for sun cover. Tickets include all alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, and food is available at additional cost. Tickets cost $1,400 for one ticket per day, or $4,000 for four tickets per day. VIP tickets are available at the website.
To get to Glen Abbey Golf Club for the Canadian Open 2017, rent a private jet to Toronto Pearson International Airport. Contact us to speak with a specialist who can give you a personalized quote, or use our private jet prices tool to estimate the cost.