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Weeks: Furyk in control of his own fate at Canadian Open

Jim Furyk isn't really concerned with the fact that his last bogey came on the fourth hole on Thursday. He isn't even concerned that since that time, he's rattled off 16 birdies. Or by the fact that he's one-putt 24 times. ...more

Weeks: DeLaet's putter puts him in contention at Canadian Open

The crowd may want to look ahead. And my friends in the media are already asking That Question. But Graham DeLaet isn't ready to look beyond his first tee shot on Saturday. After equaling the course record on Friday, you can forgive everyone for getting a little excited about the possibilities. You know, the chance that this damn 60-year drought can come to an end. ...more

Weeks: Mahan back at RBC Open after birth of his daughter

What would you have done? That's the question a lot of golf fans were asking themselves after Hunter Mahan had to withdraw from the RBC Canadian Open last year to be home for the birth of his daughter. As TSN Golf Analyst Bob Weeks points out, there's no easy choice. ...more

Weeks: A tall order for Canadian golfers to win at home

Every year around this time, that question gets trotted out once more: When will a Canadian win the RBC Canadian Open? TSN golf analyst and editorial director of SCOREGolf Bob Weeks takes it a step further and asks - when will the drought of a Canadian winning anywhere on the PGA Tour end? ...more

Weeks: Hearn gains great deal of confidence at British Open

David Hearn finished up his first Open Championship in style, rolling in a birdie putt on the final hole to finish the week at 3-under. As TSN Golf's Bob Weeks writes, it was a solid week for the Canadian golfer and one from which he'll take a great deal of confidence. ...more

Weeks: Hearn checks wardrobe after making Open cut

Only one Canadian will play the weekend at Royal Liverpool and he'll do so possibly wearing Bob Weeks' jacket. David Hearn started well and survived a bumpy patch in the middle of his round to finish at 1-under for the first 36 holes. But he didn't bring enough wardrobe for potentially cold weather. Weeks reports from Hoylake, England. ...more

Weeks: Hearn readies for first appearance at British Open

David Hearn is a little light on major championship experience, having played just three previous times in the big four tournaments. And as TSN's Bob Weeks writes, he's also quite green when it comes to links golf, as in he's never been on a next-to-the-sea course. ...more

Weeks: DeLaet trying to overcome major pressure

The fact that Graham DeLaet has missed the cut at the last three majors he has played belies the fact that he has put together a very strong record as a PGA Tour member. As TSN golf analyst Bob Weeks reports from the British Open, DeLaet himself believes it's likely all self-inflicted at golf's biggest events. ...more

Weeks: DeLaet readies for Liverpool, Lefty turns in Jug

Bob Weeks checks in from Liverpool ahead of the 2014 British Open with news on Canadain Graham DeLaet's preparation as well as Phil Mickelson's duties as returning champion. ...more

Weeks: Web.com Halifax win special for Calgary-born Sloan

On what was already a long day, Roger Sloan decided to play one extra hole and boy, was it worth it. Sloan, of Merritt, B.C., calmly rolled in an eight-foot putt on the first playoff hole to defeat Derek Fathauer and capture the inaugural Nova Scotia Open. It was the Canadian's first Web.com Tour win and it came after the tournament's final 37 holes were played on a marathon of a Sunday. TSN's Bob Weeks has more. ...more

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