OAKVILLE, Ont. — Jhonattan Vegas sunk a birdie putt on the first hole of a playoff to successfully defend his RBC Canadian Open crown at Glen Abbey on Sunday.
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Mike Weir put on a show for Canadian golf fans on Friday morning at Glen Abbey, and it could have been even more spectacular had it not been for a couple of unforced errors down the stretch.
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While all eyes were on Ernie Els Thursday, waiting to see how he would respond in his first tournament after winning the British Open, Scott Piercy was quietly using his putter to post a course record 62 in the opening round of the Canadian Open.
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