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By the narrowest of margins, the team from the Carleton Golf & Yacht Club secured the top spot in the Ottawa Valley Golf Association (OVGA) Junior Intersectionals presented by Golf-O-Max on July 23rd. The Manotick-area [...] The post News Alert: Carleton Golf & Yacht Club Team Wins OVGA Junior Intersectionals appeared first on…
07.24 / 01:08
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Hank Lebioda shot a final round, four-under 66 on Sunday at Les Quatre Domaines Golf Club to win his first professional title at the Mackenzie Investments Open in Mirabel, Que. Lebioda won by eight shots over Toronto’s Daniel Kim, Rico Hoey of Rancho Cucamonga, Calif., and Jonathan Garrick of Atherton, Calif., matching the PGA Tour […
07.24 / 01:07
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On Sunday in Montreal, hard work paid off in a big way for Floridian Hank Lebioda at the Mackenzie Investments Open presented by Jaguar Laval. The Winter Springs resident closed in style with a final round [...] The post Lebioda The Victor at Mackenzie Investments Open appeared first on …
07.24 / 00:28
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It is always a special week at Canada’s National Open, but this week’s version will be made even more so by the presence of a golf legend, the Golden Bear. Jack Nicklaus, who designed the [...] The post RBC Canadian Open Adds A Golden Touch appeared first on…
07.23 / 22:21
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Austin Connelly is on his way back to reality, to Germany actually for the European Tour’s Porsche European Open in Hamburg, instead of Glen Abbey in Oakville, Ont., which he did receive an invitation to for this week’s RBC Canadian Open. “I’m going to go catch a flight right now,” said Connelly of his season-long [……
07.23 / 21:39
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Former PGA Tour player and Canadian Golf Hall of Fame member Richard Zokol discusses Jordan Spieth’s near collapse in the final round of the Open Championship at Royal Birkdale and how he managed to turn it into one of the most talked about finishes in major history. Zokol also talks about the performance of dual […
07.23 / 19:57
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Sandra Post, chair of the Canadian Golf Hall of Fame selection committee, chats about this year’s induction ceremony on Tuesday at Glen Abbey that differs from most and a visit by Jack Nicklaus, himself a 1995 inductee into the Canadian hall. Clck Play to hear that conversation with Hutch. Please allow 10 seconds for the […
07.23 / 17:11
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The RBC Canadian Open and Canadian Golf Hall of Fame have scored a major coup with the announcement that a special guest will be on hand to officially open the national championship and be on hand for the induction of Judy Darling Evans and Bob Vokey Tuesday at Glen Abbey. Joining current hall of fame…
07.23 / 15:47
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A popular 2-piece ball for Srixon Golf is getting an update. The company says a new version of the Srixon Q-Star golf ball will debut in North America on August 18, 2017. Available in white [...] The post Product Watch – Srixon Q-Star Ball Update appeared first on…
07.23 / 15:06
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A Canadian golf club founded in 1893 employs robots and drones to help greens staff better manage their time. Christine Van Reeuwyk of Oak Bay News has more…
07.23 / 15:05
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Condos, a new restaurant, extended patio area and a new wedding and event menu are planned to transform the Wheat City Golf Course in Brandon, Man., into a year-round destination. Jillian Austin of the Brandon Sun has more…
07.23 / 15:05
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SHEBOYGAN, Wis. — It was five years ago at this golf course that Jason Day realized he could be a contender in the majors. He’s been in the mix several times since and with another major on tap at Whistling…
07.23 / 13:40
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AKRON, Ohio — Jim Furyk is two rounds away from erasing a couple of bad memories at Firestone. Even with a bogey on his last hole for the second straight day, Furyk did plenty right Friday morning in the Bridgestone…
07.23 / 13:40
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Hank Lebioda of Winter Springs, Fla., reached 13-under par on Saturday at during the third round of the Mackenzie Investments Open near Montreal before play was suspended due to darkness. LeBioda shot a six-under 64 in completing his second round, before going one under through five holes to establish a three-shot lead over Jared du…
07.23 / 03:24
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Through the front nine of a practice round on the eve of the U.S. Women’s Open, London’s Maddie Szeryk said the scale of the event is inc…
07.23 / 02:11
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Think about the chance you would have given Austin Connelly as a 20-year-old to be tied for third on Saturday evening at his first major championship, the oldest of them all, the Open Championship at Royal Birkdale, an event he earned a ticket to in a playoff at a qualifying event. Is it the same…
07.22 / 23:21
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SHEBOYGAN, Wis. — It was five years ago at this golf course that Jason Day realized he could be a contender in the majors. He’s been in the mix several times since and with another major on tap at Whistling…
07.22 / 05:23
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David Hearn has climbed into a tie for fourth at the Barbasol Championship in Alabama. At 10 under at the midway point, Hearn goes into the weekend five shots off the lead. On Friday, Hearn followed up a first round 67 with a six-under 65 that included just one bogey on the day. Click here…
07.22 / 02:41
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Vancouver’s Ryan Williams and Kevin Lucas of Folsom, Calif., both reached seven on Friday during the second round of the Mackenzie Investments Open near Montreal before play was suspended due to darkness. Williams and Lucas were both three under for their second rounds before play, which was delayed three hours and 50 minutes due to […
07.22 / 02:41
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Mike Weir returns to Glen Abbey next week to join the Canadian contingent set to play in the 2017 RBC Canadian Open. Weir will join Jared du Toit, who played as an amateur in the final group last year before tying for ninth at the Abbey. He has since turned pro and is playing on…
07.22 / 01:21
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