Sport: Canadian Open

The Credit River, a meandering, graceful hazard, winds through twelve of the 18 holes at Mississauga Country Club where the Canadian Open golf championship was played last week. Otherwise, it is not a difficult course, a little shorter— 6,545 yd.—than most links selected for big tournaments. The contestants were less worried by the course than by each other. It was probably the best field of crack golfers that has ever competed in the increasingly important Canadian Open —which has not been won by a Canadian since 1914.

Billy Burke and George Von Elm. tired...

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