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Allred, Stinson, Silverman and Greenwell earn exemptions into 2014 RBC Canadian Open

July 21, 2014

Nineteen Canadians now set to compete for Canada’s National Open Championship.

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Lydia Ko wins Marathon Classic with closing birdie

July 21, 2014

Richmond Hill native Rebecca Lee-Bentham earned a 12th place finish with a 68 in the final round.

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Rory McIlroy claims British Open title and 3rd major

July 20, 2014

David Hearn shot 71 in the final round to finish at 3-under and tie for 32nd.

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A team effort

July 20, 2014

Team RBC is ready to tee-it-up at Royal Montreal for the 2014 RBC Canadian Open.

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Bill Burns wins the 2014 MCT Insurance Mid-Amateur at Abercrombie

July 20, 2014

Bill Burns of Sydney, NS claimed his first major title at the MCT Insurance Mid-amateur by 4 strokes.

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Lu wins 112th BC Amateur in thrilling play-off victory

July 18, 2014

Jordan Lu wins the Bostock Trophy at 112th playing of the BC Amateur Championship.

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Tyler Saunders wins Alberta Men’s Amateur Championship

July 18, 2014

Saunders follows up junior win by claiming title at Alberta's biggest amateur championship.

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Matt LeMay rallies to win Ontario Junior Boys’ Championship

July 18, 2014

Charles Corner finishes second and three players tie for third at Timberwolf Golf Club.

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Shaw partners with Michael Gligic and Beon Yeong Lee

July 23, 2014

Canadian duo to begin wearing the Shaw logo at the 2014 RBC Canadian Open.

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Weir to swing for arthritis at RBC Canadian Open

July 23, 2014

A donation of $1,000 per birdie, $2,000 per eagle and $10,000 for a hole-in-one will be made to The Arthritis Society of Canada.

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Earning their keep

July 22, 2014

Team Canada’s Conners, Pendrith, Svensson and Hemmerich look forward to RBC Canadian Open

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Leaving Hoylake

July 20, 2014

Golf Canada CFO, Dave Lafleur, discusses the charter flight bringing PGA Tour players from the 2014 Open Championship to Montreal.

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Maclean’s got it wrong

July 14, 2014

Golf Canada CEO, Scott Simmons responds to a Maclean’s article which suggested golf in Canada is dying.

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