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Jhonattan Vegas rallies to win Canadian Open

With his 1-shot victory on Sunday at the RBC Canadian Open, Jhonattan Vegas punched his ticket to the year's final major championship, which starts Thursday in New Jersey.

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Jhonattan Vegas rallies to win Canadian Open

With his 1-shot victory on Sunday at the RBC Canadian Open, Jhonattan Vegas punched his ticket to the year's final major championship, which starts Thursday in New Jersey.

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Lefty to begin PGA Championship with Day, Rory

Phil Mickelson will open the 98th PGA Championship alongside defending champion and world No. 1 Jason Day, as well as 2012 and 2014 champ Rory McIlroy, on Baltusrol's Lower Course.

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European Tour could stage six-hole events

European Tour chief executive Keith Pelley insists golf must embrace new formats and plans to have six-hole events on the professional circuit as early as next year.

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3dMichael Collins

#AskESPNCaddie: Talking The Open

Has there been a better Open Championship than Henrik Stenson's win at Royal Troon? Will the LPGA try to play at more courses where the men play? Michael Collins answers your questions...

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England sweeps U.S. at International Crown

The U.S. lost both of its four-ball matches to England at the UL International Crown, and Yani Tseng helped Taiwan sweep Australia on Thursday in the rare team event on the LPGA Tour.

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Day looking ahead to Canada Open

World No. 1 Jason Day hopes a return to sunny weather -- and the scene of past glory -- can help him put his Open disappointment aside.

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How The Open impacts Europe's Ryder Cup challenge

With a little more than two months until the Ryder Cup, Darren Clarke's team that will defend the title is starting to take shape. ESPN takes a closer look at where we're at after The Open.

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Recapping Stenson's Open win

Michael Collins and Jason Sobel try to quantify how good Henrik Stenson's win was. Plus, what would make the Olympics intriguing for golfers?

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Oldies but goodies

With his win at the open, Henrik Stenson joined an elite list of players over 30 to have success in 2016.

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8dMichael Collins

Michael Collins Round 4 Open grades

There were only two guys in it for the final round of The Open, but how did Michael Collins rate their performances? And what about the also-rans, who need to work on their game before the PGA?

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Prime cuts: The best of Andrew 'Beef' Johnston

Andrew Johnston, 'Beef' to friends and fans alike, had Royal Troon in the palm of his hand during this year's Open Championship. Here are the best soundbites from golf's new funnyman.

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Woods' dominance sidelined by injury

Mitch Albom explains why Tiger Woods' absence from the PGA Tour has opened doors for the likes of Jordan Spieth, Jason Day and Dustin Johnson among others.

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Kevin Maguire Golf 

With Jhonattan Vegas' RBC Canadian Open win, he earned his way into the PGA Championship, which starts Thursday at Baltusrol outside New York City. Those who didn't get in to the year's final major ... yet? Here's the list of alternates provided by the PGA of America: 1. Alex Cejka 2. Scott Brown 3. Brian Harman 4. Spencer Levin 5. Jason Gore 6. Sean O'Hair 7. Patrick Rodgers 8. Chad Campbell Interesting (maybe only to me) to note they didn't go down to the ninth alternate, this being the 25th anniversary of John Daly's PGA Championship victory in 1991 at Crooked Stick.

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Steve Wheatcroft is the epitome of a guy who's grinded for everything in his career. Almost quit the game last year. Hate to see that.

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Brandt Snedeker and Dustin Johnson are at the top of the leaderboard, but so is Canadian amateur Jared du Toit

How Nicklaus' legend grew at Baltusrol

A giant needs a worthy stage. Baltusrol was just that for Jack Nicklaus in two of his greatest triumphs. Echoes of past legends

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Kevin Maguire Golf 

Think there might be a little pressure on Jared du Toit on Sunday? Not only is he playing in the final pairing in the final round of his first PGA Tour start, he's a shot off Brandt Snedeker's lead and in a tie for second with U.S. Open champ Dustin Johnson. Oh, and it's du Toit's national open (the RBC Canadian Open) and no Canadian has won the tournament since 1954. Did I mention he's still an amateur? Kids today. No fear.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

Amateur Jared du Toit is trying to be only the second Canadian born player to win the RBC Canadian Open. Karl Keffer was the first. He won twice in 1909 and 1914.