Tag Archives: RBC Canadian Open

Jul
28
2014

 

At the RBC Canadian Open, Tim Clark waited until the back nine to put together one of the best Sunday charges of the season. Clark birdied five holes on the back to shoot a five-under 65, and defeat third round leader Jim Furyk by one stroke. The Canadian Open is the second win of his career on the PGA Tour.

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Jul
23
2010
By Stephanie Wei under PGA Tour

While a bunch of relative unknowns are going low and breaking course records at the RBC Canadian Open, the nation’s Golden Boy Mike Weir struggled for the second day in a row, posting a four-over 74. His 36-hole total of six-over puts him near the bottom of the leaderboard at T143, missing the cut by eight shots.

Playing with tendinitis in his right arm, Weir refused to blame the errant drives and poor iron play on the injury. But clearly frustrated, when asked to elaborate on his troubles, he snapped, “It was pretty obvious. I didn’t play well. All aspects weren’t great.” Yikes!

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Jul
23
2010

In the spirit of the season that relative unknowns have been making headlines, there’s an even more obscure one, Brent Delahoussaye, atop of the leaderboard at the RBC Canadian Open. Delahoussaye (I kind of like typing his name) posted an eagle, seven birdies and a bogey on his way to shooting an eight-under 62 to tie a tournament record and break the course record at St. George’s. No disrespect to the 29-year-old from Greenville, SC, but I’m sure he’ll be the first to admit that it’s surprising he’s the first-round leader. In fact, he basically said just that.

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