Golf Links: Saturday, July 29 news and notes

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Matt Kuchar at the RBC Canadian Open at Glen Abbey Golf Club on July 27, 2017 in Oakville, Canada. (Photo by Minas Panagiotakis/Getty Images) /

Golf Links connects you to Saturday morning’s golf news: get ready for moving day at the pro events and check in on other news that keeps the golf world keeps turning.

The ProGolfNow Golf Links column provides a quick way to get your Saturday morning golf news and stay on top of the game, wherever it’s being played.

The weather continues to be a part of the pro golf story this week, at least in Wales, Scotland, and Germany. But then part of the game’s charm is the challenge that comes from playing on through fair weather and foul, and that’s exactly what the pros have been doing as they have trudged through moving day and on to cut day.

Get ready for the weekend at the Senior Open Championship, the Porsche European Open, the Ladies Scottish Open, and the RBC Canadian Open. Who’s leading the way and who’s gone home?

And then there’s the saga of the RBC Canadian Open tournament director, a junior golfer’s sad encounter with Rule 18-2, and a bit of fun at Wentworth Golf Club, our Golf Links news notes for the morning.

Let’s start with the situation at the Senior Open Championship, going into the weekend.