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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

Weeks: DeLaet excited about opportunity to play the Masters

Graham DeLaet starts his first tournament of 2014 this week in San Diego, teeing it up at the Farmers Insurance Open. While he'll be dialed in to that tournament on a course he loves, you can forgive him if his eyes glance down the calendar just a bit, towards April. TSN Golf Analyst Bob Weeks has more. ...more

Weeks: DeLaet leaves impression at first Presidents Cup

He wasn't able to lead the International team to a victory, but Graham DeLaet leaves his first Presidents Cup having gained a lot of respect and plenty of praise. ...more

Weeks: A case of trying not to get steam-rolled on Day 2

Most days, you'd win money shooting thee-under par on nine holes of alternate shot. That's what the Double Ds - Graham DeLaet and Jason Day - did in foursomes play at the Presidents Cup on Friday. But instead of pocketing any winnings, they were staring at a scoreboard that showed them three down to Phil Mickelson and Keegan Bradley. Bob Weeks has more from Muirfield Village in Dublin, Ohio. ...more

Weeks: Delaet, Day finish strong on Day 1 of Presidents Cup

The day didn't start off all that well for Graham DeLaet, but it sure had a fine finish. The Canadian and partner Aussie Jason Day captured the first point of the competition for the International side Thursday, earning a 1-up victory over Americans Brandt Snedeker and Hunter Mahan. TSN golf analyst Bob Weeks has more on the opening day of the Presidents Cup. ...more

Weeks: International team facing long odds at Presidents Cup

Not many outside the International team room are giving the squad from the rest of the world much of a chance in this year's Presidents Cup and as TSN golf analyst Bob Weeks writes, looking at the records of the 24 players involved, you can understand that stance. ...more

Weeks: DeLaet enjoying the spectacle at Presidents Cup

It was his year-long goal to make the Presidents Cup and now that he's here and wearing the International colours, Graham DeLaet looks positively giddy. As he toured around Muirfield Village on Tuesday, DeLaet was all smiles, drinking in the atmosphere and getting to know his teammates that much better. TSN golf analyst Bob Weeks has more from Dublin, Ohio. ...more

Weeks: DeLaet's round of 62 almost didn't happen

Graham DeLaet's great round of 62 on Sunday almost didn't happen. I'm not talking about how he may not have dropped so many putts or hit so many fairways or greens. It's that he almost missed his tee time. TSN Golf Analyst Bob Weeks has more. ...more

Weeks: DeLaet's performance at Barclays a huge boost

Graham DeLaet may not have won the Barclays on Sunday, but his performance did help him in a few significant ways. As TSN golf analyst Bob Weeks writes, DeLaet is 48th in the world rankings, in contention for a spot on the Presidents Cup team and seventh in the FedEx Cup standings. ...more

Weeks: Hearn has colourful round, disappointed in his finish

David Hearn's third round certainly was a colourful one. A look at his scorecard on the PGA.com website shows six birdies (those appear in blue), five bogeys (a light brown) and a double (a darker brown). Add it all up and it spelled a tough day for the Brantford, Ont., resident who ended his day with that double and a score of 71. ...more

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