Sean O'Hair Wins RBC Canadian Open
By mustang6560 on 7/25/11
Sean O'Hair's name is now relevant again in golf.
O'Hair ended a two-year plus win-less drought Sunday by winning the RBC Canadian Open in a one-hole playoff against Kris Blanks. I was personally rooting for Blanks because I saw him play two weeks ago at the Viking Classic, but congratulations to O'Hair for sucking less in the playoff to beat Blanks.
Maybe it's just me, but something about the RBC Canadian Open at Shaughnessy Golf and Country Club seemed off and I can't quite put my finger on it. It was probably just typical week after a major letdown.
Regardless, here's what I found slightly odd from last week's RBC Canadian Open.
photo by Keith Allison
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Matt Otskey says:
Nah, golf would be better if John Daly would stop getting exemptions. I just can't stand what he represents and stands for...
"I just can't stand what he represents and stands for..."
What did John Daly do to you?
I was really rooting for Daly. Good to see him play well this week.
Daly does bomb it, but he's certainly not a stand-out in that category any more these days with so many big hitters out there; Dustin Johnson and Gary Woodland to name a couple. But I always like to see Daly playing well. What's your beef, Matt?
Daly gets exemptions because there is an appeal from a majority of fans to watching him play. If there was no demand, then I am pretty sure his exemptions would dry up.
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