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Patrick Reed carded a 2-under 69 on a breezy afternoon at Liberty National, overtaking Jon Rahm and holding off Abraham Ancer to win The Northern Trust, the first leg of the FedEx Cup playoffs. It was his first win on the Tour since the 2018 Masters. …Corey Conners and Adam Hadwin both advanced to the next round of the FedEx Cup playoffs. Conners, who was just four shots off the lead after an opening round 66, is in a better position to qualify for the Tour Championship sitting at No. 27 while Hadwin will have some work to do to get into the top 30 as he sits at No. 51. … Roger Sloan, Mackenzie Hughes and Nick Taylor have all been eliminated from the FedEx Cup playoffs

T21 Corey Conners 66-71-70-69 -8
T43 Adam Hadwin 67-71-73-69 -4
T64 Roger Sloan 68-70-71-74 -1
T67 Mackenzie Hughes 73-68-70-73 E
MC Nick Taylor 68-74

NEXT EVENT: FedEx Cup Playoffs: BMW Championship (Aug. 15)
CANADIANS ENTERED: Corey Conners, Adam Hadwin


Mi Jung Hur won her third LPGA Tour title – her first since 2014 – with a brilliant final round at the Ladies Scottish Open, finishing four shots ahead of compatriot Jeongeun Lee6 and Thailand’s Moriya Jutanugarn. Jutanugarn had been trying to follow her sister, Ariya Jutanugarn, who won last year. …Alena Sharp has made the cut in four of her last five tournaments

T43 Alena Sharp 69-68-72-73 -2

NEXT EVENT: CP Women’s Open (Aug 22)
CANADIANS ENTERED: Brooke Henderson, Lorie Kane, Michelle Liu (a), Jaclyn Lee, Brittany Marchand, Alena Sharp, Anne-Catherine Tanguay


Bo Hoag birdied the final two holes for a final round 65 and a two-stroke victory over Scott Harrington at the WinCo Foods Portland Open. Hoag jumped from 31st to seventh in the regular-season standings to earn a PGA Tour card next season. …Michael Gligic, who has earned his PGA Tour card for next year for finishing inside the Top 25 of the money list, is competing in The Finals to try and improve his priority status for Tour events in 2020. …Tour regulars Albin Choi, Ryan Yip and Brad Fritsch all failed to qualify for the The Finals

MC Brad Fritsch 69-73
MC Michael Gligic 72-73
MC Albin Choi 72-75
MC Ryan Yip 73-77

NEXT EVENT: Korn Ferry Tour Finals: Nationwide Children’s Championship  (Aug. 15)
CANADIANS ENTERED:  Michael Gligic, David Hearn, Adam Svensson,


Hayden Buckley parred the first hole of a playoff with Sam Fidone to collect his first win as a professional, winning the ATB Financial Classic in Calgary. It was the first time extra-holes were needed to decide a tournament victory in 2019 …Taylor Pendrith posted his fourth consecutive top 10 result of the season and picked up his fourth consecutive Canada Life Canadian Player of the Week award. After firing a course record 62 in the final round in Edmonton to win his first Mackenzie Tour event, Pendrith made it back-to-back 62s by equalled the course record in Calgary in the opening round. His third round 71 snapped a streak of 18 consecutive rounds of shooting 70 or less. …James Love’s second round 65 tied him for low round of the day as he went on to post his best result of the season. …Golf Canada Young Pro Squad member Stuart Macdonald fired an opening-round 63, his lowest-career round in a PGA Tour-sanctioned event …Riley Wheeldon shot an opening round 63, his best career opening round on the Mackenzie Tour. …A total of five Canadians all finished inside the top 20.

T5 Taylor Pendrith 62-69-71-69 -13
T12 James Love 71-65-68-68 -12
T14 Wes Heffernan 66-68-70-69 -11
T18 James Allenby 71-66-68-69 -10
T18 Stuart Macdonald 63-71-69-71 -10
T23 Wil Bateman 67-67-69-72 -9
T30 Riley Wheeldon 63-71-71-71 -8
T44 Scott Secord 69-68-71-71 -5
T46 David Rose 68-69-74-69 -4
T53 Andrew J. Funk 70-68-73-70 -3
T60 Jared du Toit 69-67-72-76 E
MC Austin James 72-69
MC Evan Holmes 70-71
MC Michael Belle 74-68
MC John Mlikotic 73-69
MC Jamie Sadlowski 74-69
MC Hugo Bernard 70-73
MC Aaron Crawford 73-70
MC Eric Banks 70-73
MC Patrick Murphy 70-74
MC Jimmy Jones 71-73
MC Zach Anderson 69-78
MC Jack Wesche (a) 71-76

NEXT EVENT: Players Cup (Aug 15)
CANADIANS ENTERED: James Allenby, Hugo Bernard, Michael Belle, Jared du Toit, Seann Harlington, James Love, Taylor Pendrith, Riley Wheeldon, Jamie Sadlowski (alternate), John Mlikotic (alternate)


Robynn Ree won the PHC Classic in Milwaukee for her second Tour victory of the year. She closed with a 6-under 66 to finish three strokes ahead of Vicky Hurst. …Maude-Aimee Leblanc recorded her third straight top 10 result and fourth in her last seven tournaments …Maddie Szeryk, who notched her fourth top 10 finish of the season, moved up to No. 12 on the money list, just $3,969 shy of earning an LPGA Tour card for 2020.

T7 Maude-Aimee Leblanc 70-67-70 -9
T10 Maddie Szeryk 69-71-68 -8
T35 Brittany Marchand 71-73-70 -2
T35 Samantha Richdale 71-70-73 -2
T44 Valerie Tanguay 74-71-70 -1
MC Hannah Hellyer 74-73
MC Elizabeth Tong 71-76
MC Megan Osland 72-77
MC Casey MacNeil 70-76

NEXT EVENT: FireKeepers Casino Hotel Championship  (Aug. 16)
CANADIANS ENTERED:  Hannah Hellyer, Megan Osland, Samantha Richdale, Valerie Tanguay, Elizabeth Tong


NEXT EVENT: DICK’S Sporting Goods Open (Aug. 16)
CANADIANS ENTERED: No Canadians entered


NEXT EVENT:  D+D Real Czech Masters (Aug. 15)