RBC Canadian Open

Vegas Goes Back to Back Taking the 2017 RBC Canadian Open

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RBC Canadian Open

Sunday’s final round of the RBC Canadian Open at Glen Abbey Golf Club in Oakville, Ontario, had an exciting finish thanks to a jam-packed leaderboard. In the end, it was Jhonattan Vegas beat who Charley Hoffman in playoffs. Both Vegas and Hoffman finished -21 on the weekend. Vegas shot -7 in the final round and was able to pull out the exciting victory.

Going into the final round Charley Hoffman was leading the pack sitting at -17 and one stroke ahead of Kevin Chappellย who was sitting in second.

Jhonattan Vegas sat 3 strokes back of the leader Hoffman going into Sunday but was able to shoot -7 in the last round of the tournament. Vegas hit a huge par putt on 18 to stay at -21, and eventually,ย send it to playoffs.

In the playoff holes, both golfers had tough first shots, both landing in the bunker. It was Vegas who took a risky second shot that ended up paying off and setting him up nicely to win the hole.



Rounding out the top 10 in the RBC Canadian Open:

3. Ian Poulter -20
4. Gary Woodland -19
T5. Tony Finau -18
T5. Robert Garrigus -18
T5. Brandon Hagy -18
T8. Kevin Chappell -17
T8. Dustin Johnson -17
T10. Andres Gonzales -16


Canadian golfer Graham DeLeat finished in a tie for 48th at -8 and Mackenzie Hughes ended up 32nd at -10 for the weekend in the 2017ย Canadian Open.

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