rbc canadian open - Oakville, Ontario
As the world's third-oldest national Open Golf Championship, the RBC Canadian Open has played host to the golf's finest since 1904. It's where Arnold Palmer got his first professional win back in 1955. It's where Tiger Woods hit his famous six-iron shot on 18 - that flew 216 yards over trees and water - to win the Triple Crown. And, in 2004 it unified a nation when Mike Weir pushed Vijay Singh to the brink in a sudden death playoff.
The story continued at the 2016 RBC Canadian Open when Sunday’s leaderboard included the likes of Team RBC’s Brandt Snedeker and Matt Kuchar, along with World Number 2 Dustin Johnson. In the end, it was Jhonattan Vegas, who began the day five strokes off the lead, that fired a final round 64 to emerge victorious and capture his second career PGA TOUR victory. Vegas held off the valiant effort of 21-year old Team Canada National Team member Jared du Toit, who was featured in the final pairing on Sunday with Brandt Snedeker.