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Weeks: Weir, DeLaet still smiling after first round at Masters

One Canadian played a solid round, the other slipped but at the end of the day, both were smiling. The better of the two rounds was turned in by Mike Weir, who took 73 over his opening 18 holes. DeLaet, however, made his Masters debut with a round of 80, failing to make a birdie on the day. ...more

Weeks: Nine players to watch at 78th Masters in Augusta

There is no shortage of possible contenders this week as the Masters gets underway. Here are a few to keep your eye on and possibly include in your pool. ...more

Weeks: Weir helps DeLaet formulate game plan for Augusta

In his first official practice round at Augusta National, Graham DeLaet got in a great cram session, playing 18 holes alongside Mike Weir. As TSN's Bob Weeks writes, Weir opened his book of course knowledge to his fellow Canadian, telling him to ask him about anything and everything. ...more

Weeks: Weir happy to lend local knowledge to DeLaet

Mike Weir has never had the opportunity to mentor a young Canadian at the Masters, which may say a great deal about the status of golf north of the 49th over the past decade or so. As TSN's Bob Weeks writes, he's only too happy to help Graham DeLaet, although he'll still be hoping to grab some of that magic for his own. ...more

Weeks: Surgery raises questions about Tiger's swing

The surgery Tiger Woods underwent means more questions about not only his swing but his training methods. As TSN's Bob Weeks writes, it also puts more doubt on his ability to catch Jack Nicklaus and his record of 18 major victories. ...more

Weeks: Weir's determination increases at Masters time

As good as Mike Weir's game has been over the years, as talented as he was with the putter and as precise as he was with the wedges, it's his dog-on-a-bone determination, his will and self-belief that have been his biggest assets. And, as TSN's Bob Weeks writes, that only increases when it gets close to Masters time. ...more

Weeks: Ames a fine choice for Canadian Golf Hall of Fame

Stephen Ames has never really grown fond of Calgary winters, but he has certainly fallen in love with Canada. The newly named member of the Canadian Golf Hall of Fame is a worthy choice for the honour, and as TSN golf analyst Bob Weeks explains, his contributions to the game have gone well beyond the golf course for years. ...more

Weeks: Hearn optimistic about where things are headed

Some of us are morning people while others are night owls. In golf some are early season performers and others wait until the fall. So far in his career, David Hearn is most definitely not someone who enjoys the early part of the calendar. At least not when it comes to logging high finishes. TSN Golf Analyst Bob Weeks has more. ...more

Weeks: DeLaet inching closer to his first tournament win

As TSN's Bob Weeks writes, sooner or later you just know Graham DeLaet is going to get a few breaks, make one or two extra putts and have a week where he finally gets his win. ...more

Weeks: Hughes anxious to get 2014 season underway

It's been a long wait for Mackenzie Hughes but in just a couple of weeks, he'll finally kick off his 2014 season on the Web.Com Tour. As TSN golf analyst Bob Weeks writes, the former Canadian Amateur champion has had a long wait to get back on the course and he's anxious to play. ...more

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