By Jonathan MacPherson, The Canadian PressAs the Tour continues its quest for global relevance with the PGA Championship in London, the PGC will play a pair of events in Canada in 2019 and 2019.PGA TOUR will play the PGM World Golf Championships in Toronto in 2018 and the World Golf Championship in St. Petersburg in 2019.
The tour has been in Canada since 2008 and has played in Toronto, St. Paul and Toronto-Dominion Bank Park.
The PGA TOUR had been considering the possibility of returning to Canada for the 2019 season, but was forced to wait until the final round of the PGL Championship in the U.S. to announce its plans to return to Canada.
The Tour is now back in the news after the U, U.K. and Australia all played PGA Tours, while the United States and New Zealand have all played the PGTours.
There will be some major changes to the PGS calendar for the 2018 season, including a new date, a change in PGA championship tournaments and a new course.
The TOUR will hold the PGP World Tour in Stuttgart, Germany from Oct. 18-21.
The tour has not played PGM since 2014 and is not scheduled to play a PGA event in 2018.
The 2018 PGA season starts in Chicago on Nov. 11, with the Tour playing the PPG World Tour on Nov 2.
The schedule will be finalized on Nov 22, with a PGM event scheduled for Nov. 3.
The new PGM courses in St Petersburg and Toronto will feature a total of 24 holes.
The Tour will also play a round of golf at the Canadian Tire Golf Club in Calgary on Nov 15.
There are still three PGA tours scheduled in Canada, with one in the United Kingdom and one in Australia.
The 2017 PGA Champions will be the Tour’s first two tour members since the UPG Tour was dissolved.
It will feature the Tour champion, winner of the UGPT and the PUGA champion, the winner of PUG and PGCs.
The UPG, PGA and PGA Challenge events will be played at Canadian Tire’s Rogers Centre, which is also the home of the Toronto Maple Leafs.
The two PGA Masters events will take place in Montreal, where PGA is a partner of the Canadian Tour.
The Canadian Tour is also planning to bring the Tour back to the North American Tour, where the PGR, PGT and PGT Tour are the only events available in Canada.