Ben Silverman is in a big round of competition. His shooting is stable for a week. His stick finally rolled. When he found a small cloud of rain at a distance, he did not think twice.
The 30-year-old from Thornhill, Ontario, withdrew 65 in the final round on Monday and made a career low in the Barbasol Championship at the Kentucky PGA Tour and tied for the 12th.
But before the opening of the RBC Canada Open this week at the Glen Abbey in Oakville, Ontario, Canada, the Canadians were still saddened by the pouring rain that interrupted what he considered a victory. When the storm interrupted the fourth round, Silverman broke through 10 holes and postponed the game until Monday.
“I saw a small little cloud cloud that came out from a distance, but I do not think it will have any serious impact. We have even more white hours, so I’m going to level the stick, they blow the horn, Come on! “Silverman said with a smile. “In any case, I hit right after the horn blow.
“The next morning it makes me different. It’s like I’m trying to concentrate, I try to remember my feeling on the green or set all my pictures, but it’s a little different, it’s not very complete, do not quite Restore it.
Three-time Canadian champion in the Latvian wrestling Lithuania Revino started the celebration on Tuesday in a beautiful way. Crowds of Trevino roared at the celebration of the Hall of Fame of RBC, slamming US President Donald Trump. He was born to a Mexican parent in the United States. He joked that last week he had to leave for Oakville, because “one builds a fence.”
At the same time, Silverman is one of 21 Canadians in the tournament this week at $ 6.2 million, so it’s natural to find news for the annual story: when will local players win the Canadian Open?
Born in England, Pat Fletcher was the last winner in Canada, and he participated in the 1954 competition in Point Gray, Vancouver. Karl Keffer was the only Canadian champion and won in 1909 and 1914.