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Golf Canda – Four Canadians earn final exemptions into the RBC Canadian Open via Monday qualifying at Heron Point Golf Links; 26 Canadians to compete at 2019 RBC Canadian Open

HAMILTON, Ont. – James Allenby of Langley, B.C., Thomas DeMarco of LaSalle, Ont., Étienne Brault of Mercier, Que. and JC Deacon of Toronto have all earned entry into the 2019 RBC Canadian Open through Final Qualifying at Heron Point Golf Links in Alberton, Ont.

Allenby was the low qualifier after carding a 4 under par 67. Four birdies on the final six holes helped him qualify for his first RBC Canadian Open. 

“You just have to keep playing,” said Allenby of his four back nine birdies. “I can’t really tell you what it was. Two 30-footers went in and those are always nice. I’ve been putting well all year, so I’m not surprised, but I’m very happy. My mental game has really taken a step up this year, and that will help me get around [Hamilton Golf & Country Club].”

Allenby earned medallist honours at the B.C. Regional Qualifier in early May. He plays on the Mackenzie Tour – PGA TOUR Canada and recently finished T2 at the Canada Life Open in Vancouver.

Amateurs DeMarco and Brault finished T2 with a 1 under par 70 and will be competing in their first RBC Canadian Opens. Their addition to the field brings the number of Canadian amateurs teeing off at Hamilton Golf & Country Club to six – Michael Anderson of Mississauga, Ont. qualified through the Quebec Regional Qualifier, while Team Canada National Amateur Squad members Chris Crisologo (Richmond, B.C.), Joey Savoie (La Prairie, Que.) and Josh Whalen (Napanee, Ont.) were granted exemptions.

Deacon earned the final qualifying spot by shooting an even-par 71. The 37-year old who is head coach of the University of Florida men’s golf team will also be competing in his first RBC Canadian Open. Deacon 

Below are full qualifier results from the 2019 RBC Canadian Open Final Qualifier:

1. James Allenby, Langley, BC, *35-32-67 -4

2. Thomas DeMarco (a), LaSalle, ON, *35-35-70 -1

2. Étienne Brault (a), Mercier, QC, *36-34-70 -1

4. JC Deacon, Gainesville, FL, *34-37-71 E


5. Blake Morris, Hobe Sound, FL, *36-36-72 +1

5. Jacob Lehman, Guelph, ON, *38-34-72 +1

5. Trevor Sluman, Delray Beach, FL, *36-36-72 +1

5. Tim Alarie, St-Jérôme, QC, *38-34-72 +1

5. Jared du Toit, Kimberley, BC, *34-38-72 +1

5. David Mathis, Wake Forest, NC, *36-36-72 +1

5. Gordon Burns, Holland Landing, ON, *36-36-72 +1

12. Eric Banks, Truro, NS, *38-35-73 +2

12. Victor Ciesielski, Cambridge, ON, *37-36-73 +2

12. Spence Fulford, Davenport, FL, *39-34-73 +2

15. Brendan Leonard, Cambridge, ON, *38-36-74 +3

15. Peyton Callens (a), Langton, ON, *38-36-74 +3

15. Blair Hamilton, Burlington, ON, *37-37-74 +3

15. Bill Walsh, Markham, ON, *39-35-74 +3

15. Brian Davis, Windermere, FL, *37-37-74 +3

20. Gajan Sivabalasingham, Ballantrae, ON, *36-39-75 +4

20. Stuart MacDonald, Vancouver, BC, *39-36-75 +4

20. Eddie Maunder, Oakville, ON, *37-38-75 +4

20. Austin James, Bath, ON, *38-37-75 +4

20. Austin Hughes, Delta, BC, *38-37-75 +4

20. Branson Ferrier, Barrie, ON, *39-36-75 +4

20. Bradford Curren, Hammonds Plains, NS, *36-39-75 +4

20. Doc Redman, Raleigh, NC, *37-38-75 +4

20. Vincent Blanchette, Boucherville, QC, *36-39-75 +4

29. Sonny Michaud, Québec, QC, *38-38-76 +5

29. Lucas Kim, Richmond Hill, ON, *40-36-76 +5

29. Mookie DeMoss, St. Simon’s Island, GA, *36-40-76 +5

29. Hugo Bernard, Mont-Saint-Hilaire, QC, *39-37-76 +5

29. David Tepe, Lewis Center, OH, *40-36-76 +5

29. John Foster, Concord, ON, *36-40-76 +5

35. Mitchell Sutton, London, ON, *40-37-77 +6

35. Christopher Ross, Dundas, ON, *41-36-77 +6

35. Brendon Todd, Athens, GA, *37-40-77 +6

35. Taylor Pendrith, Richmond Hill, ON, *38-39-77 +6

35. Chris Wilson, Toronto, ON, *39-38-77 +6

35. Yann Béland, Repentigny, QC, *40-37-77 +6

41. Luke Moser, Waterloo, ON, *38-40-78 +7

41. Chase Komaromi, Delaware, ON, *38-40-78 +7

41. Nyasha Mauchaza, Port Saint Lucie, FL, *42-36-78 +7

44. Jae Kim, Toronto, ON, *39-40-79 +8

44. Joey Fraser, L’Ile-Perrot, QC, *40-39-79 +8

46. Brad Kerfoot, Toronto, ON, *42-38-80 +9

46. Nicholas Ross, Dundas, ON, *42-38-80 +9

46. Mike Gonko, Sudbury, ON, *40-40-80 +9

46. Jacob Presutti (a), Brampton, ON, *40-40-80 +9

46. Vaita Guillaume, Québec, QC, *40-40-80 +9

51. Noah Lee, Langley, BC, *38-43-81 +10

51. Wes Heffernan, Calgary, AB, *38-43-81 +10

51. Mitchell Thiessen (a), Chilliwack, BC, *44-37-81 +10

51. Pierre-Alexandre Bédard, Chibougamau, QC, *41-40-81 +10

51. Jake Montemurro, Toronto, ON, *43-38-81 +10

51. Rokhun Cho, Toronto, ON, *41-40-81 +10

57. Dan Bowling, Corunna, ON, *41-41-82 +11

57. Warren Sellors (a), Notre-Dame-De-L’ile-Perrot, QC, *42-40-82 +11

59. Jay Delsing, St. Louis, MO, *41-43-84 +13

60. Stephane Dubois, Brantford, ON, *41-44-85 +14

61. Thierry Martine (a), Oliver, BC, *42-44-86 +15

62. Mewail Kidane, Vancouver, BC, *47-40-87 +16


WD. Peter Laws, Whitby, ON, *

Twenty-six Canadians to compete at 2019 RBC Canadian Open

With the addition of the four Monday qualifiers, there are now 26 Canadians scheduled to compete as part of the 2019 RBC Canadian Open. They are:

– James Allenby, Langley, B.C.

– Michael Anderson, Mississauga, Ont.

– Michael Blair, Ancaster, Ont.

– Étienne Brault, Mericer, Que.

– Marc-Étienne Bussières, Gatineau, Que.

– Albin Choi, Surrey, B.C.

– Austin Connelly, Church Point, N.S.

– Corey Conners, Listowel, Ont.

– Chris Crisologo, Richmond, B.C.

– JC Deacon, Toronto, Ont.

– Thomas DeMarco, LaSalle, Ont.

– Michael Gligic, Burlington, Ont.

– Adam Hadwin, Abbotsford, B.C.

– David Hearn, Brantford, Ont.

– Mackenzie Hughes, Dundas, Ont.

– Richard Jung, Toronto, Ont.

– Richard T. Lee, Toronto, Ont.

– Drew Nesbitt, Toronto, Ont.

– Joey Savoie, La Prairie, Que.

– Ben Silverman, Thornhill, Ont.

– Roger Sloan, Merritt, B.C.

– Adam Svensson, Surrey, B.C.

– Nick Taylor, Abbotsford, B.C.

– Josh Whalen, Napanee, Ont.

– Mike Weir, Brights Grove, Ont.

– Ryan Yip, Calgary, Alta.

The 2019 RBC Canadian Open takes place at Hamilton Golf & Country Club in Hamilton, Ont., from June 3-9, 2019. Ticket and corporate hospitality info is available online at

RBC Canadian Open Media Guide & Player Performance Guide
Media can download the 2019 RBC Canadian Open Media Guide by clicking here or download the RBC Canadian Open all-time Player Performance Guide by clicking here.


The following interviews will take place in the Media Centre onsite at Hamilton Golf & Country Club.

Tuesday, June 4: 

Justin Thomas – 10:00 a.m.

Mackenzie Hughes – 2:30 p.m.

PGA TOUR Commissioner Jay Monahan will have a media scrum immediately following the 11:00 a.m. RBC Hall of Fame Day celebration at The Rink. 

Wednesday, June 5: 

Corey Conners – TBD

Dustin Johnson – After 7:00 a.m. Pro-Am

Brooks Koepka – After 7:10 a.m. Pro-Am

Rory McIlroy – After 7:20 a.m. Pro-Am

*Nine-hole Pro-Am.

Part of the FedExCup, stars of the PGA TOUR will compete for $7.6 million (US) at the RBC Canadian Open, June 3-9 at the Hamilton Golf and Country Club in Hamilton, Ont. Conducted by Golf Canada for more than a century, the RBC Canadian Open provides an opportunity for Canada’s top talents to compete against the world’s best golfers while also leaving a significant impact in the event’s host community. The RBC Canadian Open is proud to support the Golf Canada Foundation as the event’s official charity partner. Established in 1904, Canada’s national open golf championship is the third-oldest national open golf championship worldwide next to the British Open and the U.S. Open. The RBC Canadian Open is proudly sponsored by RBC, Audi, Acushnet, Steam Whistle, Levelwear, Golf Town, Coca-Cola, the City of Hamilton and the Government of Canada. For tickets or tournament information, please visit or call 1-800-571-6736. Follow the RBC Canadian Open on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

For more information:

Dan Pino
Director, Communications
Golf Canada
(t) 416-434-5525