Saturday, July 23, 2016

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Clober's Blair Roger wins Dumbartsonshire boys' match-play title
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 Well done to Blair Roger (Clober) who beat Euan McBride (Lenzie) by one hole in the final at Clydebank and District Golf Club. 
In a very tight match, where the lead changed hands a number of times, Blair played a great up and down at the 17th to go into the last hole all square. Another up and down at the 18th saw Blair win by the narrowest of margins
He is pictured above being presented with the trophy by Hugh Semple, DGU President.
 

 

 
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No change in top positions at Canadian Open





Dustin Johnson's 1-under 71 Friday at the RBC Canadian Open kept him in a share of the lead.
Dustin Johnson's 1-under 71 Friday at the RBC Canadian Open kept him in a share of the lead. (Getty Images)

In a game so unpredictable, Friday at the RBC Canadian Open proved quite remarkable.
At the beginning of the second round at Glen Abbey Golf Club in Oakville, Ontario, Dustin Johnson and Luke List shared the lead, with Jon Rahm, Kelly Kraft and Jared du Toit all tied for third one shot back.
Where were they all by round’s end? The exact same place.
Johnson, 32, overcame a disastrous 4-over stretch early with six birdies in nine holes in the middle of his round to post a 1-under 71 and take the early clubhouse lead at 7 under. 
He would later be caught by List, who had his own topsy-turvy day – reaching 8 under after a pair of opening birdies, falling back to 5 under after a trio of back-nine bogeys and then birdies on the closing par-5s boosting him back up to 7 under.
Thus, it was another day where Johnson, the recent U.S. Open and WGC-Bridgestone Invitational champion, finished on top of the leaderboard. But plenty of other great storylines lurk below.
The trio that remained T-3 and one back all fit that bill. Rahm at one point went nine holes without a par Friday, compiling an eagle, four birdies, three bogeys and a double in that stretch, but pars on his other nine holes proved enough stability for the Spaniard to post a 71.
 The 21-year-old two-time Ben Hogan Award winner who finished the 2015-16 college season as Golfweek’s No. 1 is a recent graduate of Arizona State who placed T-3 in his pro debut last month at the Quicken Loans National.
His former teammate du Toit, though, could make a bigger splash this week in these parts. The Canadian amateur reached a share of the lead before a triple bogey at the par-5 second (his 11th) knocked him back.
 Following another bogey, he pieced together three straight birdies and rolled in an 11-footer for par at the last to also come in at 71
Du Toit, making his US PGA Tour debut, has put himself in prime position to break one of his country’s most startling droughts – a Canadian hasn’t won the national open since Pat Fletcher in 1954.
Meanwhile, Kraft, the 2011 U.S. Amateur champion, has pieced together just one top-30 finish in 16 US PGA Tour events this year, and could be on the verge of something much bigger.
Graham DeLaet, who unfortunately saw his chipping anxiety recur Thursday in the form of yips, dug too much of a hole with an opening 77 and missed the cut at his national open by three shots after following with 72.
Among the biggest movers of the day were Ricky Barnes, Chad Campbell and Kevin Kisner. Barnes posted 4-under 68 to emerge 24 spots higher in a tie for sixth at 5 under, while Campbell and Kisner matched 67s to each jump 45 spots on the leaderboard into a tie for 10th at 4 under.
Defending champion Jason Day, the World No. 1, had a rough Friday. The Aussie made six bogeys and needed a par at the last to stave off a missed cut
Fortunately, he rolled in a 26ft birdie putt to post 76 and stay around for the weekend. At 1 over, he starts his final 36 holes only eight back.
Martin Laird (142) made the cut but Matthew Fitzpatrick (147) , Graeme McDowell (151) and Englishman Greg Owen (151) did not.

CANADIAN OPEN SCOREBOARD
 par 144 (2x72)



T1


66 71 -- -- 137

T1



66 71 -- -- 137
T3


67 71 -- -- 138
T3


67 71 -- -- 138
T3


67 71 -- -- 138
T6 24 -5 F -4 71 68 -- -- 139
T6 5 -5 F -2 69 70 -- -- 139
T6 5 -5 F -2 69 70 -- -- 139
T6 1 -5 F* -1 68 71 -- -- 139
T10 45 -4 F* -5 73 67 -- -- 140
T10 20 -4 F* -3 71 69 -- -- 140
T10 45 -4 F -5 73 67 -- -- 140
T10 1 -4 F* -1 69 71 -- -- 140
T10 1 -4 F -1 69 71 -- -- 140
T10 11 -4 F* -2 70 70 -- -- 140
T16 5 -3 F* -1 70 71 -- -- 141
T16 25 -3 F* -3 72 69 -- -- 141
T16 14 -3 F* -2 71 70 -- -- 141
T16 9 -3 F 1 68 73 -- -- 141
T16 9 -3 F 1 68 73 -- -- 141
T21 20 -2 F -2 72 70 -- -- 142
T21 62 -2 F* -4 74 68 -- -- 142
T21



73 69 -- -- 142
T21 34 -2 F -3 73 69 -- -- 142
T21 10 -2 F* 1 69 73 -- -- 142
T21 20 -2 F -2 72 70 -- -- 142
T21 -- -2 F* E 70 72 -- -- 142
T21 10 -2 F 1 69 73 -- -- 142
T21 20 -2 F -2 72 70 -- -- 142
T21 9 -2 F* -1 71 71 -- -- 142
T31 66 -1 F -4 75 68 -- -- 143
T31 24 -1 F -2 73 70 -- -- 143
T31 52 -1 F* -3 74 69 -- -- 143
T31 10 -1 F -1 72 71 -- -- 143
T31 10 -1 F 1 70 73 -- -- 143
T36 15 E F* 2 70 74 -- -- 144
T36 19 E F -1 73 71 -- -- 144
T36 5 E F* E 72 72 -- -- 144
T36 61 E F* -3 75 69 -- -- 144
T36 5 E F* E 72 72 -- -- 144
T36 19 E F* -1 73 71 -- -- 144
T36 5 E F E 72 72 -- -- 144
T36 5 E F* E 72 72 -- -- 144
T36 25 E F* 3 69 75 -- -- 144
T36 61 E F -3 75 69 -- -- 144
T36 25 E F* 3 69 75 -- -- 144
T47 81 1 F* -4 77 68 -- -- 145
T47 40 1 F* 5 68 77 -- -- 145
T47 6 1 F 1 72 73 -- -- 145
T47 36 1 F -1 74 71 -- -- 145
T47 36 1 F -1 74 71 -- -- 145
T47 8 1 F E 73 72 -- -- 145
T47 8 1 F* E 73 72 -- -- 145
T47 36 1 F -1 74 71 -- -- 145
T47 8 1 F E 73 72 -- -- 145
T47 8 1 F E 73 72 -- -- 145
T47 8 1 F E 73 72 -- -- 145
T47 44 1 F* 6 67 78 -- -- 145
T47 36 1 F 4 69 76 -- -- 145
T47 8 1 F* E 73 72 -- -- 145
T47 17 1 F* 2 71 74 -- -- 145
T62 55 2 F -2 76 70 -- -- 146
T62 21 2 F 2 72 74 -- -- 146
T62 35 2 F* -1 75 71 -- -- 146
T62 32 2 F* 3 71 75 -- -- 146
T62 77 2 F -4 78 68 -- -- 146
T62 77 2 F* -4 78 68 -- -- 146
T62 35 2 F* -1 75 71 -- -- 146
T62 7 2 F* 1 73 73 -- -- 146
T62 7 2 F* 1 73 73 -- -- 146
T62 35 2 F* -1 75 71 -- -- 146
T62 21 2 F E 74 72 -- -- 146
T62 51 2 F 5 69 77 -- -- 146
T62 32 2 F* 3 71 75 -- -- 146
T62 21 2 F 2 72 74 -- -- 146
T62 21 2 F* E 74 72 -- -- 146
T62 35 2 F -1 75 71 -- -- 146
T62 41 2 F 4 70 76 -- -- 146
T62 41 2 F 4 70 76 -- -- 146
T62 32 2 F 3 71 75 -- -- 146
THE CUT FELL AT 146. Non-qualifiers included

CUT --


76 71 -- -- 147














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75 76 -- -- 151
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