TORONTO (August 19, 2014) – TSN and RDS deliver live coverage of the 2014 CANADIAN PACIFIC WOMEN’S OPEN giving Canadians access to more than 16 hours of Canada’s national women’s open golf championship tournament in both English and French across multiple platforms.
The networks’ coverage of the 2014 CANADIAN PACIFIC WOMEN’S OPEN begins on Thursday, Aug. 21 at 12 noon ET live from the London Hunt and Country Club in London, Ont. (see broadcast schedule below).
TSN’s live coverage of the CANADIAN PACIFIC WOMEN’S OPEN is also available to TSN subscribers for live streaming and on demand viewing through TSN GO.
“We are thrilled to partner with TSN and RDS in delivering the excitement of the CANADIAN PACIFIC WOMEN’S OPEN and the LPGA Tour to television and online audiences across the country in both French and English,” said Scott Simmons, Executive Director and CEO, Golf Canada. “Together with our partners at Canadian Pacific and the LPGA Tour, we look forward to working with Canada’s leading sports networks to elevate the profile of the CANADIAN PACIFIC WOMEN’S OPEN and showcase this elite event to millions of golf enthusiasts.”
This marks the first time in nine years that TSN has broadcast all four rounds of Canada’s national women’s open golf championship, and the first time since 2011 that RDS has broadcast the event.
TSN’s coverage is led by Rod Black along with veteran golf analyst Judy Rankin. They will be joined by analysts Bob Weeks, Gail Graham, TSN’s Cory Woron and The Golf Channel’s Jerry Foltz.
The CANADIAN PACIFIC WOMEN’S OPEN features the world’s best women’s golfers – including two-time defending champion Lydia Ko, top-ranked golfer Stacey Lewis, and Canadian teenage sensation Brooke Henderson.
The fully customizable TSN Golf app also features up-to-the-minute news and analysis from the CANADIAN PACIFIC WOMEN’S OPEN.
In addition to domestic coverage from TSN and RDS, the CANADIAN PACIFIC WOMEN’S OPEN will also be broadcast on The Golf Channel in the United States and by LPGA international broadcast licensees around the world.