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 2015 RBC Canadian Open when Sunday’s leaderboard held three of the world’s top seven players. In the end, Jason Day came out on top, ending David Hearn’s hopes of becoming the first Canadian winner since 1954 and also narrowly edging out Bubba Watson with a birdie on the 72nd hole.