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Singh, Poulter, Hughes, and Garrigus
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- Vijay Singh’s decision to opt out of the Senior Open doesn’t look bad in hindsight. He tied for 14th place for his best finish on Tour this season and $102,000. He would have had to finish top two over in Wales to earn more.
- Ian Poulter owned the clubhouse lead for a while until Vegas edged him by one. The renaissance continues for the Englishman who’s now made nine cuts in a row after sweating out his playing status early in the year.
- Mackenzie Hughes was low Canadian, finishing T32nd. A native son has not won the Canadian Open since 1954.
- Robert Garrigus’ 10-under 62 on Saturday was the low round of the tournament and tied the course record. He became the fifth to post the number at Glen Abbey.
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