Big arms hold back, Paul Barjon 41st

Rory McIlroy and Tony Finau won the RBC Canadian Open at the age of 54 at -11 and ahead of two longhouses former world number one Justin Thomas. Paul Barjon is at the gates of the top 40.

Undoubtedly, the big arms have decided to take matters into their own hands before a final round that advertises particularly spectacularly since the stars Rory McIlroy, Justin Thomas et Tony Finau will be in the last part on Sunday.

McIlroy on the road to the double

The North -Ireland title holder was impressive to master all day to post a score of -11 after three rounds. And even when he got away (at about 5 out of 15 in particular), he still managed to sign a birdie!

Tony Finau equals his best career scorer

But it was the other co-leader, Tony Finau who stunned with his 62 card still his best score in his career. The American had just handed a bogey on at 4 of 12, but his eagle at 5 of 9 had given him a bit of a margin and his long -distance puts did the rest!

Justin Thomas and Sam Burns on the provisoire podium

Ibuhos accompanied the two co-leaders Sunday in the last part, he could hardly have dreamed better than Justin Thomas ! The former world number one also signed his most beautiful card of the week in Totonto (a 63 without a bogey) to end up in second place, with two shots to the head, flirting with an albatross in the 15th FedEx Cup and also at -9 with Thomas, Sam Burns will also be monitored. The Canadiens Nick Taylor et Corey Conners are in the top 20.

Paul Barjon at the gates of the top 40

The number one world Scottie Scheffler remains all right in the top 30 after at +4 on his last eight holes. Shining the sun with a card of 67 to easily pass the cut, Paul Barjon play in it by this moving day at point in the 41st rank on the sides of Cameron Smith (-1).

The ranking

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