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Im glad to see  Hadley collapse. Lets see  if there  is a  playoff. Higgo wins!!! They should cancel the Canadian open forever. Great tourney done  on short  notice.

DJ wilted again. Hadley  and English were a  combined horrible  on the final day.

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It was an easy  scoring day but the  final pairing  shot a  combined  +7 with the  inward  9 a total disaster.

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49 minutes ago, jxdama said:

Im glad to see  Hadley collapse. Lets see  if there  is a  playoff. Higgo wins!!! They should cancel the Canadian open forever. Great tourney done  on short  notice.

DJ wilted again. Hadley  and English were a  combined horrible  on the final day.

Why? Probably, in the fall of this year the border opens back up… the Canadian Open will happen in 2022, the Open Championship is happening this year, with fans.

I am not a fan of playing Glen Abbey every year though, I like the rotational idea once the border opens back up… I’d like to see them play in the Prairie Provinces, there are some great golf courses in those provinces.

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5 minutes ago, onthehunt526 said:

Why? Probably, in the fall of this year the border opens back up… the Canadian Open will happen in 2022, the Open Championship is happening this year, with fans.

I am not a fan of playing Glen Abbey every year though, I like the rotational idea once the border opens back up… I’d like to see them play in the Prairie Provinces, there are some great golf courses in those provinces.

Players are  coming  here with no problems at all. I think this  tourney was  just  fine. Didnt  miss the Canadian at all. The  lead  group collapsed  on an easy  day.

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I  think changing  courses would be a great  idea if  it  is  played  next  year. Congaree was as exciting as any tourney this  year except  for  Phil's win.

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2 hours ago, jxdama said:

Players are  coming  here with no problems at all. I think this  tourney was  just  fine. Didnt  miss the Canadian at all. The  lead  group collapsed  on an easy  day.

Wasn’t too surprised to see Hadley collapse. English’s 18 was hilarious. Hadley had it coming from the Gods. That approach on 18 was a mess. He’s gotta be pretty crushed to blow that round and lose it so quickly.

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Pretty poor showing by the world's number 1 - D Johnson. I also was not very fond of the announcers. I never thought I'd say it but I prefer Faldo to the 2 announcing the Palmetto through the past few days.

And, please tell me again - what powers Top Tracer? 😣

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