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Glen Abbey Golf Club is located in Oakville, Ontario and was the first solo design by Jack Nicklaus in 1976.
It is one of Canada's most famous golf courses and is home to the Golf Canada and the Canadian Golf Hall of Fame.
It has hosted 30 Canadian Open Championships, more than any other course, with the first having been 1977. As of 2018, Glen Abbey is owned by Clublink, operated by TWC Enterprises Limited, a company which was planning to demolish the golf course in order to build residential and commercial units, if it is successful in getting the approvals necessary to do so.
The Town of Oakville formally rejected the plan to demolish the golf course in a unanimous vote by the Planning and Development Council on February 12, 2018.
In summer 2018, Clublink was awaiting a Superior Court decision on its plan to request a demolition permit and, in the meantime, the Canadian Open took place at the course. On 25 October 2018, Justice Edward Morgan ruled that Clublink had a right to take its demolition application to the Local Planning Appeal Tribunal (LPAT), in spite of the town's previous denial of this step.
The city council subsequently voted unanimously to take the issue to the Ontario Court of Appeal.