Lee Trevino’s stroll down memory lane a fitting start to what might...

Lee Trevino’s stroll down memory lane a fitting start to what might be the last Canadian Open at Glen Abbey

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OAKVILLE, Ont. — If you hand Lee Trevino an open microphone, you’d best be prepared to settle in for a while.

Trevino, 78, was at Glen Abbey Golf Club on Tuesday to help officially kick off RBC Canadian Open week, and the winner of six majors — and three Canadian Opens — turned his brief remarks into not-brief remarks, and then extended remarks, and then it was almost a wonder he didn’t get hooked off the stage by a sand wedge.

He talked about his great memories of Canada, the friends he made here, the wins, the time he won the first Open ever played at Glen Abbey in 1977, and then he just kept meandering. Trevino talked about the way golf has changed. He mentioned ball…



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