Established in 2006, the Canadian Bursary was created by the Canadian Tour with initial support from Edmonton businessman Marv Holland to assist the development of aspiring young touring professionals.
The Canadian Bursary is a fund designed to recognize the consistent performance of players on the Canadian Tour based on top-10 finishes, using a point system similar to that used for the US Ryder Cup team selection. In keeping with the Tour's focus on the development of events across Canada, points apply solely to those events conducted in this country.
Hugo Leon (Chile)
Roger Sloan & Dustin Risdon (Canada)