The schedule includes nine national amateur championships and eight NexGen junior championships.
Hoffman, a past President of Golf Ontario, spent 39 years with the University of Toronto, including 16 as Director of Athletics and High-Performance.
The Golf Canada Foundation has also announced the creation of a new award – the Emerging Professional Player of the Year Award, presented by Andrew Cook.
Areas of focus include leadership, networking, building experience, Safe Sport, developing coach philosophy, and expanding technical knowledge.
Blue has spent the past five years as Director of Athletics at UC Davis overseeing a $41M athletic department feature 25 collegiate teams.
The announcement marks a significant increase in roster size, adding six athletes to the previous year’s team.
“I’m proud of the way the operators in particular handled play. The golf clubs, the golf club operators and owners did an exceptional job.”
Canadian star Brooke Henderson from nearby Smiths Falls, Ont. will be a power draw once again as the nine-time LPGA Tour winner is an honorary member of Ottawa Hunt.
“There are PGA of Canada members out there who are female, that have invested in their own coaching skills and we want to provide some additional tools, along with our partners at the PGA of Canada, to further develop these existing coaches.”