HELP US ATTACK CANCER FROM EVERY ANGLE
A day when a round of golf can help fight cancer and find cures; a day to cultivate lasting business relationships with clients, prospects and area business leaders. This year, the Greater Cleveland Golf Classic is celebrating 17 years of saving lives on the Canterbury Golf Course; raising over $2.8 million dollars to help fund the mission of the American Cancer Society.
About the Course
Canterbury Golf Club has been nationally recognized as one of the top 100 golf courses in the U.S. and one of the finest in Ohio.
Designed by Herbert Strong, the traditional Scottish course was expertly constructed to embrace the area's natural topography resulting in a demanding, but fair, course with a great variation of holes.
Founded in 1921, it has a rich history of major golf championships including the US Open, PGA Championship, Senior Open, US Amateur Championship, and Senior PGA Championship. Canterbury is only the second club in the country to have hosted all five of the major golf championships that are played throughout the country.
From Bryson Dechambeau to Jack Nicklaus, some of golf's best known names have tested their skills here at one of Cleveland's finest courses.