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The Bayview Place Cardtronics Open proudly supports Children’s Health Foundation of Vancouver Island. This amazing charity raises funds to support Island children with disabilities and health challenges.


Exciting Week Expected for 2017

2017 will mark the 5th year of the MACKENZIE TOUR PGA TOUR Canada.

This will be the 10th year in a row that the event will be held at the historic Uplands Golf Club as top developing golf professionals from around the world will compete at the Bayview Place Cardtronics Open in what is sure to be an exciting week of golf.

PGA Tour Stars

Some of the PGA Tour stars of today that have played in our event that has been running for 34 years in Victoria:

Jason Bohn
Hank Kuehne
Stuart Appleby
Chris Dimarco
Stephen Ames
Ted Purdy
Mike Weir
Kirk Triplett
Roger Tambellini
Pat Parez
Nathan Green
D.A. Points
Graham DeLaet
Spencer Levin
Nick Taylor
Tony Finau
JJ Spaun
Dan McCarthy
Craig Parry
Ken Duke
Scott McCarron
Steve Stricker
Jeff Quinney
Tim Clark
Tim Herron
Jim Rutledge
Steve Marino
Chris Baryla
John Mallinger
Matt Bettencourt
James Hahn
David Hearn
Adam Hadwin
MacKenzie Hughes
CT Pan

Host Course

The 2017 Bayview Place Cardtronics Open will be played at the beautiful, mature and challenging Uplands Golf Club.

Uplands Course Record

Uplands, established in 1922, now has a new course record of 60 ( 29-31 ) set by Cody Blick of Alamo, California on Saturday June 10th, 2017, playing in the Bayview Place Cardtronics Open: an Event on the MacKenzie Tour PGA TOUR Canada.

Roger Sloan & Andrew Roque shot a nine under 61 (31-30) the lowest round in the 88 year history of uplands to take over the Course Record.

Sonny Skinner from Georgia shot a 62 (32-30) in the 1989 Victoria Open. This record wiped out the old record held by Canadian Legend Moe Norman who shot a 63 (34-29) in 1969.

Mackenzie Tour players past and present hold fond memories of time in Victoria

With the 35th playing of the Bayview Place Cardtronics Open presented by Times Colonist just around the corner, players hold the tournament’s history and community focus in high regard. Read more.


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