“When I think of highlights in my career that really stand out to me, the Presidents Cup always makes the top of the list,” Weir said. “The comradery that continues to grow within this team is irreplaceable.
This week the panel weighs in on Mike Weir’s win; special exemptions into major championships; and the fate of municipally owned golf courses.
“This means a lot. I played really well today. I’m still a little off with my putting. I made it hard on myself. But I hit the shots that I needed. It feels very good.”
This week the Round Table weighs in with what they liked about the 2020 Masters; Dustin Johnson as an underperformer; and other players that impressed or disappointed.
On paper, the outcome is a foregone conclusion. Could there be an epic upset? Not likely, but it is match play and stranger things have happened. Besides, international team matches never disappoint.
Several players will have added incentive to win this week at Glen Abbey after recent near misses; bad rounds or a stretch of bad play; and of course Canadians looking to break the 63-year old jinx.
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.
Long overdue: Canada’s best golfer finally acknowledged with Hall of Fame nod.
No Canadians are currently ranked high enough to make the team.