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RBC Canadian Open

July 21st – 24th, 2016

Glen Abbey G.C.

Oakville, Ontario, Canada

Par: 72 / Yardage: 7,253

Purse: $5.9 million

with $1,062,000 to the winner

Defending Champion:
Jason Day

by Sal Johnson

Founder, Chief Data Officer, GOLFstats

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Since 1998 Glen Abbey has held the Canadian Open in 1998-2000, 2004, 2008, 2009, 2013, 2015 and it will be the site in 2017. This is the final field after Monday’s qualifying.

Click Name, Events Played, Top 10 Finishes, Avg Finish, or Year in the table header to sort columns.


  1. Your missing Jhonathan Vegas

  2. I am in London, it’s not easy to get all of this stuff updated, the tour is behind in updating. Doesn’t matter I updated it about the time you wrote this.
    It’s sometimes hard when I am traveling to get all of this stuff done, plus the tour is overburden with all of these double tournament weeks and foreign events so it won’t get done as fast as in the past. Things should get back to normal after the Olympics.

  3. James Gittleman says

    However brilliant the drama that may or may not unfold this week will pale in comparison to the brilliance we all witnessed at Troon. Obviously Stenson’s finest tournament. And arguably Michelson’s finest also. He was Swaps to Stenson’s Secretariat. They must of been playing the ‘up’ tees to Holmes’ minus-6 and Stricker’s -5.

  4. James Gittleman says

    P.S. Sorry ’bout that, Swaps wasn’t Sham. I was a mere child of 29 in ’73 I can’t be expected to be aware of everything.

  5. James, Stenson could of had the best week of anyone in a major championship. A shame that again Mickelson picked the wrong week to be good, Stenson was so much better. I have not witnessed a better final round in a major and I have been to just about all of them since 1975. Stenson’t round of 63 will got down as better than Hogan’s final round at Oakmont, Miller’s final round at Oakmont and David Graham’s final round at Merion. Nicklaus final round in the 86 Masters always gets the nod for best, but I don’t think anyone has been as good in a final round as Stenson was yesterday.

  6. James Gittleman says

    Interesting that you should mention David Graham’s final in the US Open. I recall that Hogan himself called Graham after the round and congratulated him on his ball striking. I may have it wrong, but not by much, that he hit all 18 greens. The conditions were totally different from a fast, dry and hot Marion and a wind blown, wet and cold Troon. I’ve had a few thoughts as to which was better. I think in the final round it was a push but in the tournament that it was Stenson. That might go without saying. Taking nothing away from the Nicklaus final I think we have the Nicklaus name and age as a contributing factor in the evaluation. Jack wasn’t 2 shots better then the #2 best round and 4 shots better then the third best round. Trying not to be swayed by the fact that the best 2rd round score of 65 was Stenson’s. And the 68 in round 3 tied two others for the best score of that day. One can argue the final round but not the tournament in it’s entirety.

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