By LG

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Carl Sengstock

Jhonny Vegas fired a 7 under par 65 today to tie Charley Hoffman with a four round total of -21 under par at the RBC Canadian Open.

Charley was respectable with his 68 today.

The playoff only went one hole and Vegas got the birdie and Hoffman couldn’t match it.

I do feel sorry for Hoffman because he is SO good but has a real problem finishing things off.

Ian Poulter has to be the happiest guy tonight! 8 under par 64 today and left a few shots out there.

Could have been a 62. Poulter is a new man. You can see the old pep in his step just like we used to see 10 years ago. He only missed the playoff by one stroke. He ended up 20 under par.

I felt bad for Gary Woodland today. He was 4 under for the round but missed first place by 2 shots.

The best news of the week was when it was announced that the tournament will be at Glen Abbey again next year.

Looks like they are taking their time with the tearing up the golf course. I really hope it never happens but it sure looks like it is going to eventually.

Boy do we have a big tournament next week. It is the World Golf Championship Bridgestone Invitational being held at Firestone CC in Akron Ohio.

All the big boys will be playing.

I hope Jordan Spieth is getting his game ready for week after next at the PGA Championship.

I’m really rooting for Jordan to achieve the Grand Slam and next year maybe Rory can be in great form and win the Masters to complete his Grand Slam.

Wow we could have a third one if Phil Mickelson wins the US Open next year. That would make for some seriously exciting golf!

I’m hoping all these things happen but even if they don’t we are seeing some great golf this year.

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