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Brooke Henderson breaks a 45-year-old Canadian record!

Brooke Henderson breaks a 45-year-old Canadian record!

Today is August 27th, 2018 and we present Brook Henderson breaks a 45-year-old Canadian record! Monday Rewind #102.  A Golf Video Blog with Mel Sole, Director of Instruction and the Mel Sole Golf School headquartered at Pawleys Plantation Golf and Country Club in Pawleys Island, SC.

Brooke Henderson breaks a 45-year-old Canadian record!

Brooke Henderson breaks the 45-year-old tournament record.  She is the first Canadian to win the CP Canadian Women’s Open since 1973.  The tournament was held at Wascana Country Club in Regina, Saskatchewan.  She beat Angel Yin by 4.  The 20-year-old Canadian won her seventh LPGA tournament and became the first Canadian to win the women’s national championship since Jocelyne Bourassa in 1973. She is now also only one win away from tying Sandra Post for most LPGA wins by a Canadian.

PGA Tour: 

Bryson DeChambeau started the day with a four-shot lead and was never seriously challenged as he won by 4.  It wasn’t easy, and Bryson had to grind it out all day for his third PGA Tour win in the last two years. I think this solidifies his chances for getting picked for the upcoming Ryder Cup. A distant second was Tony Finau, but he would certainly be one of my picks for the team.  Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson did not have their best stuff this week.  They both have to sort out their problems by next week to stay in contention for a trip to Paris!

PGA Tour Champions.

Scott Parel, who has been playing really well of late, won the Boeing Classic by 3 with a final round 63 to seal the deal!  He beat Kevin Sutherland and Miguel Angel Jimenez who finished five back at The Club at Snoqualmie Ridge, in Snoqualmie Ridge, WA.  He birdies the final six holes to grab the title!

European Tour:

 I really thought Padraig Harrington was going to win the D+D Czech Masters at the Albatross Club, in Prague, Czech Republic.  Going into the final 9, he was hitting the ball well and putting well.  However, winning is not easy and his putting became very negative on the final 9 when he left putt after putt short of the hole. You are not going to win leaving putts short and Pavan took advantage.  This is Pavan’s first tour victory, let’s hope it’s not his last.  Long-hitting Gavin Green of Malasia finished third another 3 back of Harrington.

Source: Mel Sole Golf School.

Picture: Keith Allison

 

 

 

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