Canadians were buzzing near the top of leaderboards on two tours on Sunday and when all was said and done, the Canadian tally included three top-10s and a couple of final round scores of 63.
On the PGA Tour, David Hearn was within two of the lead at one point before tying for seventh at the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open in Las Vegas.
After a pair of 66s put him in a tie for ninth, six shots off the lead, going into Sunday’s fourth round, Hearn had just one bogey in a three-under 68.
Hearn finished at 14 under, six shots behind winner Ben Martin, to record his first top 10 since the Players Championship earlier this year. Hearn talked to Hutch about what went on in Vegas here.
He was joined in the top 10 by PGA Tour rookie Adam Hadwin, who put up a bogey-free, eight-under 63 on Sunday to tie for 10th at 13 under. You can hear more from Hadwin here.
Nick Taylor tied for 56th at five under after shooting a one-under 70 on Sunday.
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On the Champions Tour, Stephen Ames shot a six-under 65 in the final round of the Greater Hickory Kia Classic at Rock Barn to tie for sixth in Conover, N.C.
Ames had just two bogeys on Sunday as he finished at 11 under, six behind winner Jay Haas.
Rod Spittle shot a 63 on Sunday to tie for 26th while Jim Rutledge tied for 55th.
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