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No other Canadian has won the national open golf tournament since then, but that could change when the PGA Tour event returns this week to Royal Montreal, the tree-lined course that played host to the 2007 Presidents Cup.
As the RBC Canadian Open at the Royal Montreal Golf Club in Ile Bizard, Quebec draws near, Bodog.ca has posted the odds for who has the best chance in taking home the $1,026,000 winning share at this years tournament.
What's this, a message in a bottle? Fan mail from a flounder? Nope, it's the Van Cynical Mailbag.
Snedeker, Matt Kuchar, Jim Furyk, Dustin Johnson, Graeme McDowell and Luke Donald are just a few names to look for at this week's event.
He has lifetime bragging rights for the greatest golf punt ever , and from his loins came a rightful heir to Eldrick Tont Woods.
In Rory McIlroy, the Royal and Ancient Club have a magnificent champion and the world of golf is at the beginning of a new era.
Every Sunday night, Golf.com conducts an e-mail roundtable with writers from Sports Illustrated and Golf Magazine.
Golf Canada and RBC have rolled out the names of the 156 players that are about to do battle this week at the RBC Canadian Open .
With his third consecutive day of sub-par scoring, Wofford's Brannan Hudson claimed the championship in the City Men's Golf tournament on his home course at Woodcreek on Saturday.
It took the loss of sole possession of a lead he had held since Thursday to sting Rory McIlroy into a withering response that, by the end of the third round, tightened his grip on the Open Championship at Hoylake.
Dustin Johnson has been done in by a single drive at one major and by a penalty at another.
Justin Rose will enter this week's Open Championship at Royal Liverpool as the third-ranked golfer in the world after his victory Sunday at the Scottish Open.
The British Open, golf's oldest major, whipped up a frenzy of action on Friday with howling winds that were a stark contrast to the mild conditions of Day 1. It didn't seem to affect Rory , as he tallied a second-round score of 66 to hold his opening-round lead and move to 12-under heading into the weekend.
Friday at the Open Championship was a treat for all sports fans. Rory McIlroy glided round in 66 again to stretch his lead, the mercurial Dustin Johnson beat that tally by a stroke as a host of other big names got themselves within some sort of striking distance in the quest to topple young Rors.
Updated: Wed Jul 23, 2014 04:13 pm
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