Jim Little, who worked in several senior marketing and communications positions for Bell Canada and RBC and played a key role for both companies during their respective title sponsorships of the Canadian Open, has been named CEO of the Ottawa Senators. Bruce Garrioch has more here for the Montreal Gazette.
Link: Rebuilt Course In Caledonia, Ont., Considers One Day Hosting RBC Canadian Open
The future of the MontHill Golf and Country Club in Caledonia, Ont., could include hosting the RBC Canadian Open, but if that happens, it will take place after extensive renovations. Scott Radley has more here for the Hamilton Spectator.
Rory McIlroy On RBC Canadian Open, U.S. Open, Hangovers, Missing Putter And Raptors
In the lead-up to the U.S. Open, Rory McIlroy was still fielding questions about his win Sunday at the RBC Canadian Open. “The hangover wasn’t too bad,” he said. “I just had a couple of glasses of wine on the plane on the way (to Pebble Beach, and that was it, sort of more tired […]
Teeing Up Tweets: Right Back At You Champ
RBC Canadian Open champ Rory McIlroy let it be known shortly after winning by seven shots that he’s keeping an eye on the Raptors as they go after their first NBA title and, as it turns out, the Raptors were keeping an eye on McIlroy. What a final round. Congrats, @McIlroyRory ????????. #WeTheNorth https://t.co/d5iMw6AXcl — […]
Voices: Richard Zokol On A “Rocket Booster” RBC Canadian Open
Canadian Golf Hall of Fame member and former PGA Tour player Richard Zokol says that this year’s RBC Canadian Open was the best in recent memory, adding that will serve as a rocket booster to propel it to new heights on the PGA Tour. Click Play below to hear his chat with Hutch.
Tour Roundup: “I Played With A Little More Freedom,” Says RBC Canadian Open Champ
Rory McIlroy put an exclamation mark on a memorable week to kick off a new era for the RBC Canadian Open. McIlroy even dampened the hopes of Canadians hoping to retire that nasty streak of 65 years without a native son winning the national championship, dating back to Pat Fletcher’s victory in 1954. The partisan […]
Top 10 Finishes For Hadwin, McDowell Get Them Into Open Championship
Adam Hadwin has qualified to play next month’s British Open, while Graeme McDowell also earned the right to play his home course of Royal Portrush by finishing in the top 10 at the RBC Canadian Open. Hadwin shot an even par 70 to finish sixth at 12 under at Hamilton Golf and Country Club on […]
RBC Canadian Open Notes: Hitching A Ride To Pebble Beach, Future Venues, Tuning Up Their Games And More
Up until last year, it was tradition for the RBC Canadian Open to charter a plane to whisk players from whatever British Open venue was used each year to Canada in order to lure more marquee names. This year, it went in reverse with the date change to early June as a charter for 48 […]
RBC Canadian Open Is Definitely Into A New Era That Has Nothing To Do With Dinosaurs
This week has the potential to be one for the history books and it isn’t all about the goings-on at Jurassic Park, with the Toronto Raptors on the cusp of winning the NBA Finals against the two-time defending champion Golden State Warriors. With the Raptors home for Game 5 on Monday, another memorable moment could […]
Voices: Hutch Joins Rick Ralph, Andrew Paterson On TSN 1290 Winnipeg To Talk RBC Canadian Open
Hutch joined Rick Ralph and Andrew Paterson on TSN 1290 in Winnipeg during Friday’s third round of the RBC Canadian Open to discuss what to expect on the weekend at Hamilton Golf and Country Club. Click Play below to listen.