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Global Golf Post: Can Canadian Open Move to...

I used some of the discussion on this site to create a column about the future of the Canadian Open for my Global Golf Post column this week. The full column is at the link, but here’s a taste: Move forward or perish. In the minds of some...

Should Canadian Open become a WGC event?

Should we sacrifice the RBC Canadian Open? That seems to be what Golf Canada executive director Scott Simmons was raising while talking to the Globe’s Lorne Rubenstein at the Canadian Open. Simmons was apparently discussing the possibility of...

Snedeker wins Canadian Open — a day in...

Interesting day for the final round at the RBC Canadian Open. With the winds swirling, Dustin Johnson (with Paulina Gretzky following) made a move, but was derailed by a wayward (and I mean really wayward) drive on the 17th hole. That meant...

Canadian Open Day 3: Ogilvy on TGC...

Yesterday began bright and early, with my appearance with Leslie Roberts on Global’s morning show to talk about the Canadian Open. You can see it here. I also wrote about Luke Donald, Ernie Els and others as they talked about Glen Abbey...

RBC Canadian Open Day 2: SportBox...

I’m working the week for Global television as a golf analyst and writing for their website. I’ve done a few things already, including: A preview of Glen Abbey A look at the Canadians in the field with a focus on Brian Hadley, the...

Global Golf Post: Canadian Open preview

This week I’m working for Global Television, reporting on the Canadian Open for the network’s website and working as a television analyst throughout the week, namely on a couple of morning shows and on their preview shows on the...

Canadian Open — A history of Glen Abbey

This first appeared in a magazine four years ago — but I think it is still a relevant take on Glen Abbey, which will host its 26th Canadian Open next week: Glen Abbey Golf Club began as the vision of a man who couldn’t see. In 1972, Rod...