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Satisfying Endings

Canadian Adam Hadwin didn’t win the RBC Canadian Open Sunday. But he looked good trying and probably proved a lot to himself in the process. With the hopes of a nation on his shoulders, he set off on the Shaughnessy … Continue reading

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Home Boy

Something really exceptional could happen at the RBC Canadian Open today: a Canadian could win. It’s exceptional because nobody’s done it since Pat Fletcher managed it back in 1954. Just to do the math for you, that was 57 years … Continue reading

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