|Location||Calgary, Alberta, Canada|
Golf & Country Club
|Length||7,086 yards (6,479 m)|
|Format||Stroke play – 54 holes|
|Prize fund||$2.25 million|
|Tournament record score|
|Aggregate||191 Rocco Mediate (2013)|
|To par||−22 as above|
|Wes Short Jr.|
The course was changed to par 70 in 2014, with a winner's share of $337,500. Fred Couples chipped in for eagle on the par-5 final hole for a course record 61 (−9) and a total of 195 (−15), then waited for the leaders to finish. Billy Andrade followed with a 62 (−8) to force a two-man playoff, which began on the 18th hole. Couples laid up with a wedge and nearly holed his third shot with a sand wedge; he sank the one-foot (0.3 m) putt for birdie to win the title.
|Year||Dates||Champion||Country||Winning score||To par||Margin
|2019||Aug 30 – Sep 1||Wes Short Jr.||United States||64-67-66=197||−13||1 stroke||2,350,000||352,500|
|2018||Aug 31 – Sep 2||Scott McCarron (2)||United States||67-65-63=195||−15||1 stroke||2,350,000||352,500|
|2017||Sep 1–3||Scott McCarron||United States||63-64-67=194||−16||1 stroke||2,350,000||352,500|
|2016||Sep 2–4||Carlos Franco||Paraguay||66-63-63=192||−18||2 strokes||2,350,000||352,500|
|2015||Aug 7–9||Jeff Maggert||United States||67-63-64=194||−16||4 strokes||2,350,000||352,500|
|2014||Aug 29–31||Fred Couples||United States||68-66-61=195||−15||Playoff||2,250,000||337,500|
|2013||Aug 30 – Sep 1||Rocco Mediate||United States||63-64-64=191||−22||7 strokes||2,000,000||300,000|
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