Who won the RBC Canadian Open?
Please disable your ad blocker to view the video content. TORONTO — Rory McIlroy won the RBC Canadian Open on Sunday and gave the PGA Tour a strong response to the start of the Saudi-funded LIV Golf Invitational, closing with an 8-under 62 to win a wild race to the finish with Justin Thomas and Tony Finau.
Who won the Canadian Open on the PGA Tour?
– AS USA Who won the Canadian Open golf on the PGA Tour? Rory McIlroy secured the 21st PGA Tour win of his career after defending his Canadian Open title on Sunday, moving past Greg Norman’s 20.
Who is the oldest player to win the Canadian Open?
Pinegrove Country Club played host to the Canadian Open in 1964 and 1969. Australian Kel Nagle edged Arnold Palmer and Raymond Floyd at the 1964 Open to become, aged almost 44 at the time, the oldest player to win the title. Five years later, Tommy Aaron fired a final-round 64 to force a playoff with 57-year-old Sam Snead.
Who organizes the Canadian Open golf tournament?
It is co-organized by Golf Canada (formerly known as the Royal Canadian Golf Association) and the PGA Tour. It was first played 117 years ago in 1904, and has been held annually since then, except for during World War I, World War II and the COVID-19 pandemic.