PGA Tour

Snedeker wins Canadian Open

2013-07-29 07:24
Brandt Snedeker (AP)

Snedeker claimed the $1m top prize at Glen Abbey Golf Club after shooting a third-round 63 on Saturday to take the lead following the departure of 36-hole leader Hunter Mahan, who withdrew to attend the birth of his first child - daughter Zoe was born early Sunday morning.

Leading final-round scores on Sunday in the US PGA Tour $5.6m Canadian Open (USA unless noted, a-denotes amateur, par-72):

272 - Brandt Snedeker 70-69-63-70

275 - William McGirt 71-69-67-68, Dustin Johnson 75-67-63-70, Matt Kuchar 66-74-64-71, Jason Bohn 70-68-66-71

276 - Roberto Castro 69-70-67-70, John Merrick 71-62-72-71, Mark Wilson 70-69-67-70

277 - Aaron Baddeley (AUS) 68-68-73-68, Jim Furyk 72-67-68-70, Patrick Reed 68-68-70-71

278 - Rory Sabbatini (RSA) 69-71-71-67, Greg Owen (ENG) 70-68-67-73, Kyle Stanley 68-71-66-73-, David Lingmerth (SWE) 67-71-65-75

279 - Marcel Siem (GER) 71-70-69-69, Hideki Matsuyama (JPN) 69-69-71-70, Chad Campbell 71-72-66-70, Fabian Gomez (ARG) 72-68-67-72, Charley Hoffman 69-69-67-74

280 - Luke List 72-69-70-69, Andres Romero (ARG) 69-70-71-70, Ernie Els (RSA) 71-72-67-70, James Driscoll 69-69-71-71, Chris Kirk 68-69-71-72, Bubba Watson 68-67-72-73, Trevor Immelman (RSA) 68-73-66-73

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