OAKVILLE, Ont. — The people trying to save Glen Abbey Golf Club from being turned into a housing development should hit Jhonattan Vegas up for a donation.
A year after shooting 64 on Sunday to win the RBC Canadian Open here, the 32-year-old Venezuelan fired a final-round 65 to jump to the top of the leaderboard, where he won with a playoff birdie over third-round leader Charley Hoffman.
“I’m going to be one of the biggest voices to try to keep this course open,” Vegas said with a smile after his round. “Especially if I keep winning here.”
Vegas, one of the longest drivers on tour, came to Canada having missed five straight cuts, but Glen Abbey proved to be just the tonic…