In honour of Canada’s 150th birthday, here’s a list of achievements by Canadian golfers in amateur and professional competition dating back over a century.
This week the panel debates Brooke Henderson’s mood after the runner-up finish at the KPMG PGA Championship; Kenny Perry’s credentials for the World Golf Hall of Fame; and dialing back the golf ball.
A birdie on the final hole vaulted Kang to her first LPGA title.
This week the panel assesses the 117th US Open, Erin Hills as an Open course, the TV coverage provided by Fox Sports; and Brook Henderson’s emergence as an elite player on the LPGA.
It was the fourth LPGA Tour win for the 19 year old Canadian.
This week the panel debates why so many young players are winning on the PGA Tour; and whether the LPGA should protest the U.S. Open at a Trump owned course.
Brooke Henderson lead the way with a dominant performance on the LPGA Tour including her first major title.
This week the panel picks their highlight story of the year; delivers a Christmas gift to someone in golf; and looks forward to what excites them most about golf in 2017.
This week the panel discusses Mackenzie Hughes first PGA Tour title; weighs in on Jordan Spieth’s prospects after winning the Australian Open; and examines Dottie Pepper’s latest rant against American LPGA players.