TSN delivers coverage of the Canadian Pacific Women's Open
TSN and RDS deliver live coverage of the 2014 CANADIAN PACIFIC WOMEN'S OPEN giving Canadians access to more than 16 hours of Canada's national women's open golf championship tournament in both English and French across multiple platforms. Full Story.(Photo: The Canadian Press)
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Winter was not kind to the London Hunt and Country Club, and Stacey Lewis heard stories about the poor condition the course was in. But when the No. 1-ranked golfer on the LPGA Tour arrived for this week's Canadian Pacific Women's Open, she didn't notice the effects of the snow and cold weather. Full Story.
At the age of 16, Brooke Henderson gets it. The amateur from Smiths Falls, Ont., is well aware of the high expectations that come from finishing in the top 10 at a major tournament and emerging as the best young Canadian women's golfer. "I see the pressure and I hear it," Henderson said. "I hear that I'm the face of Canadian golf, but I'm just trying to improve and trying to get better." Full Story.
In the end, Corey Conners just couldn't get past the last match. Despite a valiant effort over 35 holes, the Canadian came up just short in the final of the U.S. Amateur, losing 2-1 to South Korea's Gunn Yang. More...