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Key to the strategic vision of the RBC Canadian Open, RBC and Golf Canada have committed to generating $5 million over the next five years in support of children’s wellness in Canada. Since 2008, the RBC Canadian Open has already contributed more than $5 million dollars to various charities and community programs. As part of this vision, the RBC Canadian Open welcomed Ronald McDonald House Charities Canada as the event’s National Charity Partner. RMHC Canada helps give sick children what they need most – their families. Ronald McDonald Houses provide over 10,000 Canadian families a year with qualified staff and dedicated volunteers who are committed to taking care of the day-to- day essentials of running a home, so families don’t have to worry about them. The Houses also have programs that offer everything from education to home-cooked meals and are filled with many different families who all share a common bond – love for their sick child.


The RBC Canadian Open is a rallying point for Canadian golf that provides an opportunity for top Canadian athletes to compete against the world’s best while also allowing Golf Canada and its partners to leave a philanthropic legacy in the event’s host communities. In addition to supporting charitable causes, the event also honours the military by offering complimentary admission to those with a valid identification while also welcoming military personnel to tend the 18th hole flag during the final round of the championship.


FINAL STANDINGS PLAYER Scott Piercy


Robert Garrigus William McGirt Josh Teater Bud Cauley Chris Kirk Vijay Singh Bo Van Pelt


Scott Stallings Gary Christian Retief Goosen Nathan Green Kevin Kisner


Troy Matteson POS 1 2 3 4 1


T2 T2 T4 T4 T4 T7 T7 T7


T10 T10 T10 T10 T10


62 67 67 67 64 66


64


63 66 66 67 65 70 63 69 66 65 67 65 66 69 66 71


68


68 70 70


67


69 65 65 68


134 PGA TOUR ESSENTIAL GUIDE 2013


68 67 63 69 67 63 65 63 65 67 69


70 69 66 66 68 67 70 70 66 69 68 69 68


TOTAL SCORE


263 264 264 266 266 266 268 268 268 270 270 270 270 270


FEDEXCUP POINTS


500.00 245.00 245.00 115.00 115.00 115.00 85.00 85.00 85.00 65.40 65.40 65.40 65.40 65.40


How Was It Won? A look at Scott Piercy’s statistics through the RBC Canadian Open shows a solid all-around game. Here are some numbers: ■ He was fifth in Holes per Eagles. ■ He was 15th in Driving Distance. ■ He was 19th in the All-Around category. ■ He was 23rd in Birdie Average. ■ He was 44th in Scoring Average.


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GLEN ABBEY GOLF CLUB


Glen Abbey Golf Club was designed by Jack Nicklaus, but he never managed to win here—or at any other Canadian Open site for that matter. “I kept coming back to the Canadian Open year after year because [his wife] Barbara insisted I keep playing until I got it right,” Nicklaus said. Glen Abbey has a wealth of fine holes but it is the finishing hole, a par 4, requiring a second shot over a lake to a relatively narrow green that has a history of consistently producing dramatic finishes. Perhaps the most memorable moment was in the final round in 2000 when Tiger Woods hit a 6-iron from a fairway bunker to set up his one-stroke victory over Grant Waite, his only victory in the championship.


Tournament Record 263, Johnny Palmer, 1952 (St. Charles C.C.); Scott Piercy, 2012 (Hamilton Golf & Country Club)


Tournament 18-Hole Record 60, Carl Pettersson, 2010, St. George’s Golf & Country Club; Leonard Thompson, 1981 (Par 71); Andy Bean, 1983 (Par 71); Greg Norman, 1986 (Par 72) (Glen Abbey); Hunter Mahan, 2007 (Par 71) (Angus Glen, North Course)


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