2022 CP Women’s Open – These Kids Are Amazing

Anna Davis on the range at the CPWomen's Open.

Have you ever reached a certain point your life where you reflect – but not necessarily dwell – on your accomplishments or lack thereof in your life. I have, and to be brutally honest I’ve done this all year since turning 50 in January. Much to the chagrin of my wife.

For example, let’s take little ride in the proverbial time machine back to when I was 12. The year is now 1984. Van Halen has released their album “1984”, I’m in Grade 7 (I think) and I’m now enrolled in the Royal Canadian Air Cadets. My friend influenced me to join because of my fevered interest in the military. Bryan, would quit a week later. In school, I was an average student at best. If it wasn’t science, history, geography or physical education I was piss-poor in school. It was recommended that I should attend a vocational/remedial school. More of the same can be said when I was 15 but my grades seemingly improved, somewhat. That was it.

Who knows. The next Brooke Henderson could be in Ottawa this week.

The LPGA and the CP Women’s Open made their respective triumphant returns to Canada this week. While this in itself is very newsworthy, lying in wait is a bigger story within the story. To say that the event this year has a youthful flair is like suggesting that chocolate milk comes from the cow already in its chocolaty form. Apologies to my daughter Tiffany whom I convinced as a six year old that this was a fact. Sorry Tiffy!

This week, the CP Women’s Open features no less than two teenagers and dare I say it one pre-teen. In the field are Anna Davis (the 16 year old Augusta National Women’s Amateur champion) and Monday Qualifiers Vanessa Zhang (15 of Vancouver, British Columbia and 12 year old Lucy Lin also from Vancouver. Read More…

The ANWA champion. 16 year-old Anna Davis.


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Alexander Toth came to love golf in a very surprising way. After a car accident left him immobile, he fought and recovered to resume work as a security officer. Then, one morning after a midnight shift he saw Arnold Palmer walking outside of a hotel. They would talk for several minutes. Instead of going home it was at this point that he bought his first set of clubs. Golf was formally introduced to him. Since that chance meeting, Alexander has been immersed in golf. For him, it's more than a game, sport, or a career. It's a passion! Alexander has worked in the golf industry first as a Marshall, an Associate Professional, an Assistant Manager, and finally a Director of Golf. He's also competed on "Developmental Tours” and U.S. Open qualifying and takes great enjoyment teaching golfers. Both instructional and educational. For the past decade, Alexander has written about anything that has to do with golf. From editorials to golf equipment reviews. Reviews that are genuine because, as he says "Honest and unbiased should go without saying". When Alexander isn’t writing about or playing golf, he can be found with his Black Labrador (Muskoka) at his side, on a stream fly fishing, or playing his 12-string guitar. Alexander is looking forward to sharing his thoughts and insights with the Golfing Magazine community.