AT&T Canada Senior Open Championship Golf Tournament

The AT&T Canada Senior Open Championship was a golf tournament played on the Champions Tour in the 1980s, 1990s and 2000s, although with one large gap in that time span. It was the biggest tournament played in Canada for 50-and-over golfers during its time.

First played: 1981

Last played: 2002

The tournament was 54 holes in a few years, 72 holes in most, but was typically closely contested. There were three playoffs, and only one golfer had a winning margin of more than two strokes. That was Tom Jenkins, who notched a three-stroke victory in the tournament's final year.

Two golfers won the tournament twice each: Don January and Tom Jenkins. Miller Barber won the inaugural event in 1981, then finished runner-up in two of the next three years.

The lowest winning 72-hole score was 269, recorded by both Jack Kiefer and Walter Hall.

Also known as: The tournament began as the Peter Jackson Champions from 1981-83. Then it switched names to du Maurier Champions, last played as that in 1997. From 1998 through the finish, it was the AT&T Canada Senior Open Championship.

AT&T Canada Senior Open Championship Winners

1981 — Miller Barber, 204 (defeated Gene Littler in playoff)
1982 — Bob Goalby, 273
1983 — Don January, 274
1984 — Don January, 194
1985 — Peter Thomson, 203
1986–1995 — Not played
1996 — Charles Coody, 271
1997 — Jack Kiefer, 269
1998 — Brian Barnes, 277
1999 — Jim Ahern, 272 (defeated Hale Irwin in playoff)
2000 — Tom Jenkins, 274
2001 — Walter Hall, 269 (defeated Ed Dougherty in playoff)
2002 — Tom Jenkins, 195

Golf courses: The tournament visited a different golf course in Canada every year. In fact, only one golf course was the host site more than once: St. Charles Country Club in Winnipeg, Manitoba.

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