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Rory McIlroy made his first competitive visit to Canada a memorable one, running away with the Canadian Open on Sunday, closing with a 9-under 61 to finish at a tournament-record 22-under 258. The 61 equaled the low round of McIlroy’s PGA Tour career and is also the best final round at the 110-year-old event. It was McIlroy’s sixth national title to go along with the U.S., British, Australian and Irish Opens. …After two years of missing the cut, Adam Hadwin’s sixth place finish was his best result at the Canadian Open since a tie for seventh in 2015. It was also the fourth time in his career that he was awarded the Rivermead Cup as low Canadian.  It also earned him a spot in the British Open at Royal Portrush …Mackenzie Hughes has recorded top 15 finishes in each of his last two tournaments. This was his second best career result at the Canadian Open.  …Ben Silverman was just one of two players to shoot 61 in any of the four rounds – one off the course record. This was his career best result at the Canadian Open in three starts….Nick Taylor’s opening round 64 was just one off the clubhouse lead. In 10 Canadian Open starts, this was only the fourth time he has made the weekend cut  …Roger Sloan has made the weekend cut in each of his last three tour starts. …Richard Jung has one win in eight professional starts this year

6 Adam Hadwin 65-66-67-70 -12
T14 Mackenzie Hughes 66-55-69-71 -8
T20 Ben Silverman 71-61-72-69 -7
T27 Nick Taylor 64-65-73-72 -6
T56 Roger Sloan 68-70-68-73 -1
69 Richard Jung 67-69-75-74 +5
MC Austin Connelly 69-70  
MC Adam Svensson 69-70  
MC Corey Conners 70-69  
MC Mike Weir 70-69  
MC James Allenby 70-70  
MC David Hearn 66-75  
MC Etienne Brault (a) 72-69  
MC Drew Nesbitt 66-75  
MC Michael Gligic 70-72  
MC Ryan Yip 68-74  
MC Richard T Lee 70-73  
MC JC Deacon 74-69  
MC Marc-Etienne Bussieres 74-71  
MC Chris Crisologo (a) 72-74  
MC Joey Savoie (a) 75-72  
MC Thomas DeMarco 71-76  
MC Matthew Anderson (a) 74-74  
MC Albin Choi 76-72  
MC Josh Whalen (a) 79-74  
MC Michael Blair 76-79  

NEXT EVENT: U.S. Open  (Jun 13)
CANADIANS ENTERED: Nick Taylor, Mike Weir


Lexi Thompson made a 20-foot putt for eagle on the 18th hole to complete a late comeback and win the ShopRite LPGA Classic. It was her 11th career LPGA Tour victory, extending her streak to seven straight years with at least one win on the tour. …Anne-Catherine Tanguay notched her best result of the season and her best career result in 38 LPGA starts. …Brooke Henderson just missed her 42nd career top 10 result. …Alena Sharp posted her best result in her last four starts.

T11 Anne-Catherine Tanguay 69-63-67 -4
T11 Brooke Henderson 68-73-68 -4
T21 Alena Sharp 67-71-72 -3
MC Brittany Marchand 73-78  

NEXT EVENT: Meijer LPGA Classic  (Jun 13)
CANADIANS ENTERED:  Brooke Henderson, Jaclyn Lee, Brittany Marchand, Alena Sharp, Anne-Catherine Tanguay,


Perrine Delacour of France closed with a 5-under 67 for a two-shot victory over American Jillian Hollis in the Four Winds Invitational. …Maude-Aimee Leblanc posted her best result on the development tour since 2015 and just her second top 10 result in seven starts. …Maddie Szeryk, the former top ranked amateur in Canada, has back-to-back top five results … Elizabeth Tong has played just two of eight total rounds this season under par

T3 Maude-Aimee Leblanc 71-72-67 -6
T5 Maddie Szeryk 73-68-70 -5
T61 Elizabeth Tong 75-73-75 +7
MC Valerie Tanguay 71-79  
MC Krista Fenniak 72-79  
MC Hannah Hellyer 75-78  
MC Samantha Richdale 76-79  

NEXT EVENT: The Forsythe Classic (Jun 14)
CANADIANS ENTERED: Christina Foster, Hannah Hellyer, Maude-Aimee Leblanc, Megan Osland, Maddie Szeryk, Valerie Tanguay,


Rhein Gibson closed with a bogey-free 8-under 63 to win the BMW Charity Pro-Am, which was shortened to 54 holes because of rain. It was the first win on the Web.com tour for the 33-year-old Australian, who moved to seventh on the points list and locked up a PGA Tour card for next season. …Brad Fritsch posted three consecutive rounds in the 60s for the first time since July 2016.

T24 Brad Fritsch 66-68-68 -12

  Lincoln Land Championship (Jun 13)
CANADIANS ENTERED:  Albin Choi, Brad Fritsch, Michael Gligic, Seann Harlingten, Ryan Yip,


Scott McCarron had three birdies on the back nine to pull away for a 5-under 67 and a three-shot victory in the MasterCard Japan Championship. McCarron won for the third time this year and it’s the fourth consecutive year he’s chalked up multiple victories. …Stephen Ames has made the cut in all 12 events he’s played in this year.

T47 Stephen Ames 73-76-69 +2

: American Family Insurance Championship  (Jun 21)


Phachara Khongwatmai hit his tee shot over a swimming pool to 3 feet in a closest-to-the-hole playoff to give Thailand the victory over England in the third GolfSixes Cascais event on the European Tour schedule. There were no Canadians entered in the event.

NEXT EVENT: U.S. Open  (Jun 13)
CANADIANS ENTERED:  Nick Taylor, Mike Weir


NEXT EVENT: GolfBC Championship (Jun 13)
CANADIANS ENTERED:  James Allenby, Hugo Bernard, Chris Crisologo, Jared du Toit, Derek Gillespie, Seann Harlingten, Taylor Pendrith, David Rose, Jamie Sadlowski, Riley Wheeldon, Jimmy Jones (alternate)

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