Vegas Defends Title at RBC Canadian Open

Crozier & guests take in the action from 16th Fairway Courtyard Cabana

Venezuelan Jhonattan Vegas won the RBC Canadian Open this weekend for the second year in a row, clinching his win with a birdie on the 18-hole playoff. Veteran golfer, Jim Furyk, was the last golfer to win back-to-back Canadian Opens in 2006 and 2007.  With a final score of 10 under, Mackenzie Hughes was the top Canadian at this year’s Open, in a tie for 32nd.

Crozier & Associates was on the scene, taking in the action from a private 16th Fairway Courtyard Cabana along with several guests.  Crozier partners Chris Crozier, Kevin Morris, Jim Firth, and Nick Mocan were hosting the festivities.

“The weather was perfect, the competition was fierce, and our guests made the event that much more enjoyable”, said Chris Crozier. “We’re looking forward returning next year for the 2018 RBC Canadian Open.”

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