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Canadian Pacific Women's Open

About the 2022 tournament

The CP Women's Open returned after a two-year absence with record attendance and incredible performances at the Ottawa Hunt Golf and Country Club from Aug. 22 to 28. More than 70,000 golf fans came to watch Paula Reto win her first LPGA tour event as the CP Women’s’ Open returned to Canada’s national capital for the first time since 2017. 

Heart health was the biggest winner at the CP Women’s Open as CP helped raise more than $3 million dollars through our CP Has Heart program. On the last day of the tournament CP presented cheques of $2.5 million to the CHEO Foundation and $510,000 to the tournament’s community partner the Perth & Smith Falls District Hospital Foundation for all fundraising efforts. 

For a complete overview of the CP Women's Open, visit 

The 2023 CP Women’s Open will take place August 21-27, 2023, at the Shaughnessy Golf & Country Club in Vancouver, B.C. 

Meet our Ambassadors​

Brooke Henderson, Canada's winningest golfer

LPGA Tour professional Brooke Henderson is CP's golf ambassador for the CP Women's Open. The Canadian prodigy, born in Smiths Falls, Ontario, has 12 wins on the LPGA Tour, including the 2018 CP Women's Open and two majors (2016 and 2022). Henderson is also a graduate of Golf Canada's National Amateur Squad and Young Pro Squad supported by CP, which marked the beginning of her relationship with the railway.

"Brooke remains the perfect ambassador for CP as we continue to grow the game of golf, advocate for healthy living through CP Has Heart, and build on the iconic Canadian brand that is CP. We've also added her sister and caddy Brittany to the CP family, as railroaders know that precision and excellence requires a strong team," said Keith Creel, CP President and Chief Executive Officer.

Lorie Kane, Canadian golf legend​​

LPGA Tour professional Lorie Kane has triumphed on the golf course, represented Canada and is recognized as a leader for the sport. In October 2021, she received the Order of Sport and was inducted to Canada's Sports Hall of Fame. As a CP Ambassador, she embodies our ongoing support of women's golf through the CP Women's Open, and helps us elevate CP Has Heart as we continue to raise money and awareness for heart health. 2022 marked Lorie's 30th and final entry into the LPGA's Canadian Open. We look forward to working with Lorie in her next chapter.

Past tournaments

Over $16 million has been raised in support of children's heart health in the nine years of CP's title sponsorship of the event.

Ottawa Hunt & Golf Club, August 2022
Champion: Paula Reto
$2.5M raised for the Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario
$510,000 raised for Perth & Smiths Falls District Hospital Foundation

Shaughnessy Golf & Country Club, 2020 & 2021
Cancelled due to COVID-19
$2.8M raised for the BC Children's Hospital
Over $550,000 raised for Royal Inland Hospital

Magna Golf Club, August 2019
Champion: Jin Young Ko
$2.2M raised for the Hospital for Sick Children
$250,000 raised for Southlake Regional Health Centre Foundation

Wascana Country Club, August 2018
Champion: Brooke Henderson
$2M raised for the Jim Pattison Children's Hospital

Ottawa Hunt & Golf Club, August 2017
Champion: Sung Hyun Park
$2M raised for the Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario

Priddis Greens & Country Club, August 2016
Champion: Ariya Jutanugarn
$2M raised for the Alberta Children's Hospital

The Vancouver Golf Club, August 2015
Champion: Lydia Ko
$1.2M raised for BC Children's Hospital​​

London Hunt and Country Club, August 2014
Champion: So Yeon Ryu
$1.3M raised for the Children's Health Foundation

CP Women's Open was awarded the Best Charity/Community engagement on LPGA Tour in 2017 & 2019