Somehow it’s fitting that the man who knocked Jim Furyk off the top of the leaderboard at the RBC Canadian Open is a player who is best-known for finishing second on the PGA Tour.
MONTREAL (AP) -- Tim Clark rallied to win the Canadian Open on Sunday, birdieing five of the last eight holes for a one-stroke victory over Jim Furyk.
Tim Clark shot a final-round 65 to chase down Jim Furk and win the RBC Canadian Open. Here's what you might have missed from Royal Montreal:
SILVIS, Ill. - Brian Harman is going to play in the final pairing of a PGA Tour stop for the first time. His playing partner is one accomplished part-timer.
Thanks to a 6-under 65 Saturday, Brian Harman finds himself one shot ahead at the John Deere Classic and 18 holes from his first PGA Tour victory.