Kane set to play CP Women's Open for 30th and final time in August

Watch as LPGA legend Lorie Kane gets emotional while reminiscing back to her first of what will be 30th time teeing it up for the CP Women’s Open, and then even more while announcing that this year will be her last time playing in this great event.

Canadian golf legend Lorie Kane announced Tuesday that she will play the CP Women's Open for the final time when she makes her 30th consecutive appearance at the LPGA Tour event in August in Ottawa.

“I’ve been waiting for this for a while and I just think it’s the right time," Kane said during a media day for the event.

The Charlottetown native, 57, has four career LPGA victories, 99 top-10 finishes and $6.95 million in earnings.

Kane, no longer a regular on the LPGA Tour, won the Bobbie Rosenfeld Award as Canada's top female athlete in 2000 and was named to the Order of Canada in 2006.

Kane also has been inducted into the Canada Sports Hall of Fame.

The CP Women's Open will be held for the first time since 2019 from Aug. 25-28 at the Ottawa Hunt and Golf Club.

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