Taking both the seventh place final of the RBC Canadian Open magistrally won by Rory McIlroy, Americans Keith Mitchell (left) and Wyndham Clark validate the two tickets for its 150th British Open of history played in Toronto, Ontario ).
Rory McIlroy’s epic victory this Sunday on the last two holes of the Toronto, host of RBC Canadian Openone of the three oldest golf tournaments in the world, the performance of two American golfers has somewhat eclipsed.
By the end of the septièmes with a total score of 270 (-10), Keith Mitchell et Wyndham Clark have indeed validated the two tickets put into play during the tournament for the 150e The Tomorrow of history scheduled from 14 to 17 July to St Andrews (Scotland). The top six on the leaderboard are already exempted for the latest Major of the season.
Mitchell, 30 years old, une victoire sur le PGA Tour (Honda Classic 2019), to take part in its third The Open after missing the cuts of the last two editions (2019 au Royal Portrush at 2021 au Royal St George’s). For short history, his father is a member of Royal and Ancient and his sister studied at St Andrews University.
Clark, 28 years old, is going to discover the Holy See at the same time as the British Open. Still in search of a success on the PGA Tour (beaten in the playoffs by Brian Gay au Bermuda Championship 2021), he already dreams of crossing it Swilcan Bridgeabsolute emblem of Old Course of St Andrews.