The Golf World Series of Canada is hosting its ninth edition in Toronto this year, and the first since 2010.
It’s the third-biggest event in North America, with nearly 2,500 athletes competing.
The organizers, TIG World Golf Association, have expanded the field from nine to 12 to keep it closer to the standards set by the International Open.
The tournament’s biggest stars have included U.S. golfer Jason Day, British golf legend Jason Day-Lewis, and German golfer Rory McIlroy.
And, of course, there are the women.
While golf’s most accomplished female athletes have been crowned champions, they’re also just as capable of winning tournaments.
So it’s only fitting that the women’s golf tour is the biggest in North American golf history.
The women’s tour started in 2003, and was initially a men’s competition.
But, in 2017, it was expanded to include men and women.
It currently includes 19 teams and a total of 32 athletes, including two-time Olympic champion Serena Williams.
Read more about the women golf tour.
TIG is hoping to create an event that will be enjoyed by everyone in North and South America, and to help showcase the sport in its truest form, which is the outdoors.
It will also help showcase how golf can be enjoyed in a much wider variety of environments, including indoors.
Here are some of the highlights from the 2018 edition: The 2018 women’s GOLF Tour: What you need to know about the 2018 Women’s GULF Tour.