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Weeks: Sloan out to build on strong start at Nova Scotia Open

In many ways, the Nova Scotia Open is just another Web.Com Tour event, another chance to move up the money list and get closer to a PGA Tour card for next year. But for Roger Sloan and the 20 Canadians in the field, it is a rare home game with some tangible benefits. ...more

Weeks: RBC Canada event successful even if home team wasn't

In the end, it didn't matter that Team Canada could only muster up a half point. What really mattered was that this event came off, that world-class golf came to Halifax and it was embraced by the fans. Monday's RBC Canada Cup was a success in every measurement except perhaps the scoreboard. TSN's Bob Weeks has more. ...more

Canadian Henderson earns U.S. Open medal as low amateur

Brooke Henderson was hoping to just make the cut at the U.S. Women's Open. Instead, the 16-year-old from Smiths Falls, Ont., left Pinehurst No. 2 as the low amateur in one of the biggest tournaments in women's golf. Henderson ended up tied for 10th, a significant finish as it gives her a spot in next year's tournament. ...more

Weeks: Kaymer cooled, still in control of U.S. Open

Martin Kaymer cooled off from his record-setting pace on Saturday. He missed a few fairways, putted off a green and made a handful of bogeys. He even took an unplayable before shooting 72. At times, it looked as if the wheels were coming off. ...more

Weeks: DeLaet holds head high after missing cut at U.S. Open

The number on the scorecard was the same as Thursday but Graham DeLaet definitely felt as if he played much better at the U.S. Open on Friday than a day earlier. The Canadian, who used 75 strokes to get around Pinehurst No. 2, took 14 of those on just two holes, recording a triple and a double bogey. He also added a penalty shot on a morning that simply didn't go his way. ...more

Weeks: Many factors to consider at 114th U.S. Open

From The Phil Factor to Canada's Graham DeLaet to the weather, and of course, Pinehurst No. 2 itself, there are a whole bunch of factors that will determine this week's winner at the U.S. Open. TSN golf analyst Bob Weeks has all the facts you need to know ahead of the season's second major. ...more

Weeks: Mickelson continues quest for career grand slam

No one expected Phil Mickelson to win last year's British Open championship. It's not the style of course or game that has favoured the lefthander. Yet win he did. As TSN Golf Analyst Bob Weeks writes, everyone is expecting Mickelson to win this week in the championship he wants to win more than any other and has broken his heart six times. ...more

Weeks: Canadian DeLaet prepares for his first U.S. Open

Graham DeLaet was out on the practice range working on his game on Monday, preparing for his first U.S. Open. And as TSN Golf Analyst Bob Weeks writes, it's almost hard to believe that the player who has 16 Top 10 finishes in the last three years is just now completing the career slam - in terms of playing them. ...more

Weeks: Lewis trying to savour her time as world No. 1

This time, Stacy Lewis says, she's going to take some time to savour being the best female golfer in the world. This time, she's going to be more prepared. And this time, she's hoping it lasts a little longer. As TSN golf analyst Bob Weeks explains, her road to the top has been far from easy. ...more

Weeks: New study reveals much about the state of golf in Canada

Golf is big business in Canada. That fact was reinforced, yet again, on Tuesday when the National Allied Golf Association released an economic impact study for the sport. TSN's Bob Weeks goes through the findings and what exactly can be taken from the report. ...more

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