After his seventh place finish at the Players Championship, Corey Conners moved up from 44th to 41st in the world rankings and he remains the No. 1 Canadian, ahead of Mackenzie Hughes (53rd). Adam Hadwin (91st) and Nick Taylor (122) … His result at the Players was Conners’ second consecutive top-10 finish after his third at the Arnold Palmer Invitational a week earlier. With five top-10s so far this season, Conners is tied for second, just one of the tour lead in that statistical category. He also tied for eighth at the Zozo Championship last October and had consecutive T10 finishes at the Masters and RSM Classic in November … Conners also moved up a spot to seventh in International Team standings, which would earn him an automatic selection for the Presidents Cup if that team was selected today … This week’s GNN Poll asks readers which will come first at the golf courses where they work or play? Opening the course for play, even if it is just for a few days, or the Masters? As of this writing, 55 per cent of respondents said the Masters, with 45 per cent saying opening day will come first. If you haven’t already, you can cast your vote on the GNN home page.
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