Well, it's a long-standing tradition of the Canadian Open. CGTD stands for Charles Graves Tie Day. In short, CGTD occurs when participants of the Canadian Open adhere to a voluntary dress code for a selected day. For gents, this means wearing a collared shirt and tie with casual or dress pants (no jeans or cut-offs). A suit or sports jacket is not required and tuxedos are also optional. For members of the other sex, it simply means dressing up a bit ( no jeans, t-shirts or visible thongs).
This year, the Charles Graves Tie Day will be held on Wednesday, July 11th, 2007. So participate in the CGTD. This is your best opportunity in the Canadian Open to win or lose in style!