Canadians Corey Conners, Mackenzie Hughes in Hunt at RBC Heritage

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The only PGA Tour tournament sponsored by a Canadian company this season has Canadians near the top of the leaderboard. Corey Conners and Mackenzie Hughes share that role this week at the RBC Heritage.  Hughes stormed out of the gate quickly with three birdies in his first seven holes. He finished with a three-under 68, […] READ MORE


Adam Hadwin Low Canadian with 5-Under First Round at Colonial

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91 days ago, Adam Hadwin participated in the opening round of the PLAYERS Championship, shooting an opening-round 69.    Then, professional golf shut down due to the COVID-19 pandemic.   Three months later, Hadwin is back near the top of the leaderboard.    His five-under 65 in the opening round of the Charles Schwab Challenge […] READ MORE


Nick Taylor Embracing History and Pressure at Canadian Open

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HAMILTON– Nick Taylor knows what’s at stake heading into the weekend at the RBC Canadian Open. To make his country proud? Well, that’s a given. But the pressure that is on Nick and all the six Canadians who made the cut is to win their national open on home soil. A feat that has not […] READ MORE


RBC Canadian Open a Warm Homecoming for Mackenzie Hughes

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HAMILTON– It’s rare when Mackenzie Hughes gets to sleep in his own bed. Or former bed, depending on how you look at it. Such is the reality this week, as the 28-year-old Canadian prepares to play in the RBC Canadian Open at Hamilton Golf & Country Club. A mere 10 minutes from his childhood home. […] READ MORE


Derek Ingram Playing Pivotal Role as Canada’s National Golf Head Coach

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Derek Ingram is not afraid to get sentimental, particularly when talking about his students. Canada’s National Golf Head Coach fondly remembers when current PGA Tour professional, Mackenzie Hughes, won his first tournament on the Web.com Tour. Ingram was in Rio de Janeiro for the 2016 Olympic Games, witnessing golf’s historic return to the Olympics. In […] READ MORE


Canadians Mackenzie Hughes, Ryan Yip in Contention at Canadian Open

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It has been 104 years since the last Canadian-born player won the Canadian Open. Carl Keffer won the Canadian Open in 1914 and was the last golfer from Canada to complete this feat, etching himself into the country's golf history forever. While many Canadian golfers have come close to hoisting their national Open in recent years, most notably Mike Weir in 2004 losing in a playoff to Vijay Singh at Glen Abbey, there has not been one to battle the pressure and expectations to get to the finish line. READ MORE


Taylor, Silverman, Crisologo Among Canadians to Make Cut at Canadian Open

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With 36 holes complete, there will be seven Canadian golfers to have made the cut. That exceeds last year's number of Canadians entering the weekend, which was only two. Nick Taylor, Ben Silverman, Chris Crisologo (amateur), David Hearn, Mackenzie Hughes, Roger Sloan, and Ryan Yip will be competing this weekend at Glen Abbey, trying to make history by erasing a 104-year streak of non-Canadians winning their national championship. READ MORE


Dustin Johnson and 21 Canadian Players Headline RBC Canadian Open Field

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July 25, 2018 Oakville, Ontario, Canada The third oldest tournament on the PGA Tour is taking place for the final time in July before it moves to June next year. The RBC Canadian Open, Canada’s national golf championship, is welcoming the deepest field of golfers in years. Major champions such as Dustin Johnson, Brooks Koepka, […] READ MORE