This week the panel weighs in on Rory McIlroy as one of the all time greats, the fate of the RBC Canadian Open and personal heroics that led to a special victory.
Corey Conners went out with a bang, matching McIlroy’s round of eight-under par 62 and catapulting up the leaderboard for a sixth-place finish.
This week the panel weighs in on the latest LIV Golf developments, the RBC Canadian Open and submits their picks to nab a national championship at St. George’s on Sunday.
The field includes defending champion Rory McIlroy along with world no. 1 Scottie Scheffler, world no. 3 Cameron Smith, world no. 4 Justin Thomas and world no. 9 Sam Burns.
Weir’s appearance is the third-most in tournament history behind fellow Canadian Golf Hall of Famers George Cumming (32) and Gordon Brydson (30).
“I’m looking forward to getting back to Toronto to celebrate the return of the RBC Canadian Open. I enjoyed myself in 2019 and was really impressed by the energy of Canadian golf fans getting behind their National Open Championship.”
The partnership positions Johnsonville as the exclusive supplier of sausage products – including their signature bratwurst – at Canada’s National Open Golf Championships beginning in 2022.
“Watching world-class golf and enjoying a premium cold beer is a perfect compliment to celebrate summer festival season.
“I can’t wait to return to Toronto this year,” said Flo Rida. “I love performing for my Canadian fans and I’m excited to kick off the summer with them.”