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  • Jared du Toit's wonderful week keeps rolling along at RBC Canadian Open

    Chris Zelkovich at Eh Game18 hrs ago

    OAKVILLE, Ont. - No matter where he eventually ends up in this tournament, and no matter where he goes after it, Jared du Toit's performance at the 2016 RBC Canadian Open will be remembered for a long time - if not forever.

    Even if the 21-year-old product of Kimberley, B.C., double-bogeys his first three holes and falls into the pond at the fourth hole at Glen Abbey on Sunday, he will have accomplished something special.

    Despite a shaky start, the amateur who received an exemption into the tournament from Golf Canada will tee off in the final pairing on Sunday at Glen Abbey Golf Club at 8-under par, a mere stroke behind PGA veteran Brandt Snedeker and tied with world No. 2 Dustin Johnson.

    "It's been a fairy tale so far," an excited du Toit said moments after sinking a 40-foot eagle putt that brought down the house around the 18th green and sparked an impromptu rendition of O Canada. "It probably hasn't set in ... It's an unbelievable feeling."

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