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Ryan Williams, PGA TOUR Canada Championship Winner

ryanwilliams2014pgatourcdachamp300pix.jpgVancouver's Ryan Williams saved his best for last and after six seasons on the PGA TOUR Canada circuit finally claimed his first tournament victory, a one shot triumph in the TOUR Championship of Canada presented by Freedom 55 Financial in London, Ontario.

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Canada Showing Signs of Amateur Golf Domination

igf2014logo200pix.jpgFor the second week in a row Canada finished second by two shots in the 2014 World Amateur Team Champion final, this time coming up short against the United States men's team at Karuizawa 72 Golf East in Japan.

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Now 2 Canadians have been named World #1 Amateur

brookehenderson2014300pix.jpgIt was the ultimate birthday present.

Earlier this week, just as Brooke Henderson was celebrating her 17th birthday, the young golfing sensation from Smiths Falls, Ont. was named No. 1 on the World Amateur Golf Rankings (WAGR), marking the first time in program history that a Canadian female has held the top spot.

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TOUR Championship of Canada - Final Event for 2014

pgatourcanadalogo175pix.jpgThe TOUR Championship of Canada, presented this week by Freedom 55 Financial, brings to a close the 12-week Canadian schedule and concludes the all important race to finish in 'The Five" to earn status on the Web.com Tour for 2015.

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Adam Hadwin's 2nd Web.com Tour Win Of 2014

adamhadwin2ndwin2014kweb.com350pix.jpgTweeting "tomorrow should be fun", Moose Jaw's Adam Hadwin had no idea Saturday just how much fun Sunday was going to be before he won for the second time on the Web.com Tour.

Now the fun REALLY begins as he prepares for the start of the 2014-2015 season as a full-time member of the PGA TOUR.

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Australia wins WWATC, Canada 2nd, Henderson Low Amateur

Australia-WWATCsm1-300x202.jpgComing from seven stokes back, Australia won the 2014 Women's World Amateur Team Championship (WWATC) and the Espirito Santo Trophy for the third time bypassing Canada, the leader through the first three rounds, by two shots at Karuizawa 72 Golf East's Iriyama Course in Japan Saturday.

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The 2016 Olympic Golf Course In Rio Will Likely Disappoint

olympicgolfcourse2016rio_de_janeiro500pix.jpgThe golf course being built for the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro is not going to be as good as it could be and the layout will likely have to be re-modified after the games in order to meet a court ruling and environmental concerns.

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Chambers Bay & 2015 U.S. Open - 'America's St. Andrews'

usopenhistory2015-500pix.jpgUpcoming Book on Chambers Bay and 2015 U.S. Open - 'America's St. Andrews' - to be Featured in Washington State Fair Exhibit

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Doug Roxburgh - - A Record For The Ages

dougroxburgh2014cdnamateur260pix.jpgBy Barry Sharpe

The feat Doug Roxburgh accomplished Friday at Capilano Golf and Country Club by winning his first Canadian Senior Men's Amateur Championship is more than remarkable . . . it's phenomenal.

It marked the first time in Canadian golfing history that one player, male or female, has succeeded in winning national titles as a junior, an Amateur and a Senior.

It may never be accomplished again.

(Photo: Mark van Manen, Vancouver Sun)

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Doug Roxburgh - 2014 Canadian Senior Men's Amateur Champion

dougroxburg2014sr.champ300pix.jpgWith four consecutive rounds under par, playing his most favorite course in the world in front of home-town friends and family, Doug Roxburgh of Vancouver birdied his final hole at Capilano Golf and Country Club to capture his first Canadian Senior Amateur Championship and his sixth national title, thus becoming the first player in Canadian history to win all three men's national amateur divisions in a career.

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Doug Roxburgh one round away from his 1st Canadian Senior Men's Crown

dougroxburgh2014-200pix.jpgDoug Roxburgh is no longer the only player to break par at Capilano Golf and Country Club but he's still the only golfer after three rounds hanging onto a four shot lead at the 2014 Canadian Men's Senior Championship.

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Day 2 like day 1 - another 2-under 69 for Doug Roxburgh @ Canadian Senior

dougroxburgh2014-225pix.jpgFor the second consecutive day only one golfer has managed to break par in the 2014 Canadian Men's Senior Championship at West Vancouver's Capilano Golf and Country Club and that player is four-time Canadian Hall of Fame member Doug Roxburgh of Vancouver. With his second straight round of 69 he now has a four-stroke lead through 36 holes.

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Roxburgh eagles his 1st hole to lead the Canadian Men's Senior

dougroxburgh2014-251pix.jpgAn eagle on his first hole of the day -- the par-5 10th hole -- was all Canadian Golf Hall of Fame member Doug Roxburgh needed in order to claim a two-shot lead in the first round of the Canadian Men's Senior Championship at West Vancouver's Capilano Golf and Country Club Tuesday.

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RBC Canadian Open Interview: Adam Hadwin

adamhadwin2014145pix.jpgBeing Invited to the media centre and interviewed at the RBC Canadian Open is getting to be a habit for Adam Hadwin of Abbotsford. 2014 is his fourth consecutive season and certainly won't be his final visit although this year marks his first opportunity to play at the Royal Montreal Golf Course.

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Counting Canadians in the Canadian Open

rbc-canadian-open2014_logo200pix.jpgOf the 19 Canadians playing in this year's RBC Canadian Open Golf Championship five are from British Columbia including Abbotsford's Adam Hadwin who gave Canadian fans such a thrill when he challenged for the lead and wound up finishing T4 at Vancouver's Shaughnessy Golf & Country Club in 2011.

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Another B.C. Golfer in The RBC Canadian Open Field

kevin_stinsin2014250pix.jpgMission, British Columbia's Kevin Stinson, Ontario's Ben Silverman of Concord and Robbie Greenwall of Georegtown will join Ashland Oregon's Jason Allard as the final qualifiers set to tee off Thursday in the 2014 RBC Canadian Open Championship at Royal Montreal Golf Club.

This brings to 19 the number of Canadians playing in this year's 156-man field.

Golf's 3rd Oldest National Championship Up Next

2014_canadian_open_teeingoff2250pix.jpgThe 2014 RBC Canadian Open Golf Championship is just hours away from teeing off with 15 Canadians included in the field of 156 global stars competing for a share of $5.7 million (USD).

"The field is set and we're ready to kick off the 105th playing of Canada's National Open Championship," says Tournament Director Bill Paul.

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Jordon Lu Claims 2nd B.C. Golf Title of 2014

jordon_lu2014bcam250pic.jpgBritish Columbia's AAA High School golf champion, 17-year-old Jordon Lu from Vancouver's Prince of Wales Secondary, is now also the BC Men's Amateur Champion after claiming the prestigious Bostock Trophy in a five-hole playoff at Seymour Golf & Country Club Friday.

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101st Canadian Women's Amateur Set For Next Week

brookehenderwson2014_250pix.jpgDefending champion Brooke Henderson of Smiths Falls, Ont., the world's No. 2 ranked female amateur golfer, will join 155 of the top Canadian and international female amateur players July 21-25 competing in the 101st playing of the Canadian Women's Amateur Championship at Craigowan Golf and Country Club in Woodstock, Ontario.

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Chinese Golf Not As Strong As Originally Anticipated

According to the Asia Pacific Golf Group (APGG), for years an unabashed promoter for Asian golf, the development of the game in China may be on the skids.

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