Furyk Dominates Canadian Competition

The World's third ranked player, Jim Furyk, rode an astounding fourth hole ace at Angus Glen to his second consecutive victory at the Canadian Open. A Sunday 64 was enough to beat former World number one, Vijay Singh, by a single stroke.

Singh, who beat Mike Weir in an amazing Sunday performance several years ago, finished with a 3 under final round, which was not enough to oust Furyk.

While the 2008 Canadian Open could be played the week after the Open Championship again, Furyk said, "I'll be here, I always think you should come back and defend a championship. [...] I felt a lot of support out there."

George McNeill and Ryan Palmer shot matching Sunday rounds of 5 under par to tie together for third place.

Furyk took a healthy $900,000 back to the States.

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