“What I like about this schedule is the variety of the courses where we will be holding tournaments and the unique challenges they will present to the players.”
“It’s hard to win anywhere,” said du Toit. “When you’re beating 100-plus guys at the end of the week, you have to feel pretty good about your game.
“What I’m most excited about is that these players will have opportunities to compete at PGA TOUR-sanctioned events and see some compelling season-ending incentive.”
“We couldn’t be more thrilled to make this announcement,” said Scott Pritchard, Mackenzie Tour Executive Director.
The Forme Tour will continue to provide Official World Golf Ranking points and is planning an eight-tournament schedule played during the summer.
Due to travel restrictions imposed to combat Covid-19, the series is for Canadian players and foreign players already resident in Canada
“With growing uncertainty surrounding the border and the 14-day quarantine regulations, we concluded that it is not feasible to play this summer,” said Mackenzie Tour Executive Director Scott Pritchard.
Two of the PGA TOUR’s International Tours announced executive restructuring April 24, with Canadian Scott Pritchard elevated to the head of the Mackenzie Tour.
Prince Edward Island Pro-Am set for Dundarave Golf Course in early July