July 25 (Infostrada Sports) - Scores from the U.S. PGA Tour Canadian Open at the par-70 course on Thursday in Ile-Bizard, QC 64 Michael Putnam (U.S.) 64 Tim Petrovic (U.S.) 64 65 Taylor Pendrith (Canada) 65 Kyle Stanley (U.S.) 65 66 Greg Chalmers (Australia) 66 Nick Watney (U.S.) 66 Robert Allenby (Australia) 66 Troy Merritt (U.S.) 66 Justin
* Local amateur Pendrith opens with a 65 (Updates at end of round)
BALMEDIE, Scotland, July 25 - Just about everyone, including people who don't care about golf, knows that American mogul Donald Trump, sometimes known as "The Donald" as if there were no other, owns a course in Scotland.
July 24 - Kyle Stanley has endured a frustrating 2013-14 PGA Tour season with 11 missed cuts in 25 starts but hinted at better things to come as he surged into an early one-shot lead at the Canadian Open in Montreal on Thursday.
July 24 (Infostrada Sports) - Scores from the European Tour Russian Open at the par-72 course on Thursday in Moscow 65 David Horsey (Britain) 65 66 Scott Jamieson (Britain) 66 Peter Whiteford (Britain) 66 67 Jack Doherty (Britain) 67 Jack Wilson (Australia) 67 Oliver Bekker (South Africa) 67 Louis De Jager (South Africa) 67 Thomas Pieters (Belgium) 67 Maximilian Kieffer (Germany) 67 Gaganjeet Bhullar (India)
July 23 - Invigorated by his new swing coach Butch Harmon, Brandt Snedeker believes he is on the "right path" as he bids to return to the winner's circle at this week's Canadian Open in Montreal where he will defend the title.
LONDON, July 21 - Rory McIlroy climbed to number two in the world golf rankings on Monday following his victory in the 143rd British Open on Sunday.
HOYLAKE, England, July 21 - Jack Nicklaus and Tiger Woods have combined to salute Rory McIlroy's performance in capturing the British Open title for the first time in his career.
HOYLAKE, England, July 21 - Tom Watson looked the picture of charm and grace as he outplayed scores of golfers half his age at last week's British Open but, make no mistake, he did not win eight majors without having a steely edge.
HOYLAKE, England, July 21 - New British Open champion Rory McIlroy does not do 'dull' but perhaps that is no surprise for a man with a glamourous-sounding birthplace like Holywood.
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