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The PGA of Canada has announced that it has reached an agreement with TaylorMade Golf Canada that will see that company become the presenting sponsor of the professional development area of the association’s website. This area of the website houses all the Tee Talks professional development assets. TaylorMade will also become supporting sponsor of the upcoming Tee Talks Live Conference which was just announced to take place Nov. 15-18 in Vancouver. The opening night reception for all attendees will be presented by TaylorMade, which will work with the association to launch contesting so that one PGA of Canada member per month will win a free spot at the Tee Talks Conference with a travel bursary courtesy of TaylorMade …Maude-Aimee Leblanc will be in Wednesday’s first match at 8 a.m. local time at the Bank of Hope LPGA Match Play in Las Vegas. Leblanc’s first round robin match is against Jeongeun Lee6 on Wednesday. All of the tee times are here … Rory McIlroy has confirmed that he’ll be back to defend the RBC Canadian Open title he won at Hamilton Golf and Country Club in 2019. He recalls some of those moments above. This year’s Canadian Open will be played June 9-12 at St. George’s Golf and Country Club in Toronto … McIlroy may be back, but it appears the Canadian Open field will be without Bubba Watson, who said on Twitter on Monday that he’ll be out four-to-six weeks due to knee issues … After Mackenzie Hughes, Nick Taylor, Ben Silverman and Roger Sloan qualified for the U.S. Open in final qualifying in Dallas on Monday, more qualifiers will be held at eight more locations, including RattleSnake Point in Milton, Ont., on Monday, June 6, the same date as the final qualifier for the RBC Canadian Open at Toronto’s Oakdale Golf and Country Club … This week’s GNN Poll asks readers with Covid-19 easing its grip on businesses, how often will they take part in virtual meetings, conferences, etc., going forward. As of this writing, 72 per cent of respondents said occasionally, 22 per cent said very often and six per cent said never. If you haven’t already, you can cast your vote on the GNN home page.