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HAMILTON, Ontario — Rookie Robert MacIntyre claimed his first PGA Tour title at the RBC Canadian Open. He did so with his father, Dougie, serving as the emergency caddie this week. It was a cool story for the two-time DP World Tour winner and member of the winning European Ryder Cup team in Rome.

But it also comes with a sweet seven-figure check. MacIntyre took home $1.692 million from a purse of $9.4 million. Not bad for a week’s work and for the 27-year-old pride of Oban, Scotland. In fact, he more than doubled his earnings for his previous 15 starts in which he had banked $1,133,146.

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ANCASTER, Ontario – It wasn’t quite a last resort, but the call had a tone of desperation.

After parting ways with a former caddie at the Charles Schwab Challenge, Robert MacIntyre needed a fill-in for the RBC Canadian Open. A handful of queries went unfulfilled, so MacIntyre dialed up his emergency option – his dad Dougie.

The Scotsman didn’t want to inconvenience his father, who still resides in MacIntyre’s hometown of Oban, Scotland, and works full-time as head greenkeeper at Glencruitten Golf Club – but Dougie MacIntyre knows his son’s game inside and out. He coached him until he was 14 or 15 years old and was an accomplished shinty player, only without the funds to pursue his full potential at the sport’s highest level (MacIntyre describes shinty as “a cross between field hockey and organized violence”).

Dougie MacIntyre hadn’t caddied since DP World Tour Q-School in fall 2017, but this week marked a critical juncture in his son’s first season as a PGA TOUR member – the highly touted MacIntyre, 27, arrived in Canada at No. 75 on the FedExCup standings, right on the bubble to qualify for the FedExCup Playoffs (top 70 after the Wyndham Championship in August). The call was made, and the answer was a quick yes – after confirming he could take the week off from work.

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That call led to more than they could have imagined. MacIntyre earned his first PGA TOUR title at the RBC Canadian Open, carding a final-round 68 at Hamilton Golf & Country Club for a 16-under 264 total, one stroke clear of Ben Griffin. Not only does he get the proverbial monkey off his back, after a gripping one-stroke defeat to Rory McIlroy at last summer’s Genesis Scottish Open, but MacIntyre cements exempt PGA TOUR status through 2026 and qualifies for this season’s remaining Signature Events. (He’s also safely inside the top 60 in the Official World Golf Ranking, meaning he can cancel his Monday tee time at 36-hole U.S. Open Final Qualifying, in which his dad was also planning to carry the bag.)

Dougie MacIntyre is the first father to caddie his son to a PGA TOUR title since Jack Slocum (for son Heath) at the 2005 Southern Farm Bureau Classic. This isn’t a permanent arrangement by any means; MacIntyre said he has a full-time caddie scheduled to start at next week’s Memorial Tournament presented by Workday – which is a new addition to his schedule after his victory in Canada. (He might have liked to return home to Oban for some celebrations, he quipped afterward, but he figures a trip to Muirfield Village isn’t a bad idea.)

Robert MacIntyre pars the last to secure first win at RBC Canadian

MacIntyre is a chip off the old block, known on TOUR for his kindness and humility – which he certainly inherited from his father. MacIntyre’s parents (Dougie and mom Carol) are longtime foster parents; MacIntyre grew up with several foster brothers and sisters. The family wasn’t particularly well off; MacIntyre didn’t have the pick of the litter when it came to junior golf tournaments, but he was always loved, supported and encouraged. He grew to understand the rough upbringings of his foster brothers and sisters – some had been abused or neglected – and he learned not to take anything for granted. After his son’s victory Sunday in southern Ontario, Dougie MacIntyre gave away golf balls and towels to young fans, conversing and sharing in their revelry. He was in full dad effect.

“I think it makes you realize that hitting a white ball around a golf course isn't the most important thing,” MacIntyre described the impact of his parents’ fostering. “I mean, I've been in tears over it, kids going away from you. They become family. They have been in a tough spot. I wasn't given everything as a kid. I was given a great opportunity. My dad was obviously a really good sportsman, football, golf, shinty, didn't have the finances to really chase it, and I think it was something that my mom and dad always wanted to do. I've got two older sisters who are right into their horses, horse riding and stuff, but they even sacrificed quite a lot of that just to give me a chance.

“I couldn't play in golf tournaments as a junior because we couldn't afford it. I think that made me, that makes me fight and never give up, I think not being given anything. I mean, they gave me quite a bit. They gave me the opportunity, but never – never was I spoon-fed. I was always fighting for every bit of it.”

Dougie MacIntyre’s soft side complements a competitive edge that was also on display at Hamilton Golf & Country Club, coming to the forefront at critical moments on the weekend. The younger MacIntyre was on the verge of falling into a mental rut as he strode down the 10th fairway Saturday, having turned in 1-over 36 and sensing his grip on the tournament slipping away (he entered the third round in a share of the lead; he was four back at the turn Saturday). His dad sensed the spiral and wanted to nip it in the bud – MacIntyre has emphasized an improved mental game in recent weeks, taking negative thoughts and flipping them into a positive tone.

“He was having a wee go at me when I was walking from the 10th tee down to the fairway,” MacIntyre said. “Look, he was a sporting guy, he knows how to win, knows how to lose, he's been through it all. He could see my head going a little bit and he's like, ‘What have you been working on for the last eight weeks, 10 weeks?’ … I kind of flipped into that mode and tried to find the positive in everything.”

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MacIntyre listened on the very next hole. After his tee shot caught a divot in the 11th fairway, he could have been “mumping and moaning about it,” but he told himself the lie lent itself to a cutty 6-iron. He played a 183-yard approach to the center of the green and two-putted from 20 feet. Then he played his next seven holes in 4-under, signing for a 4-under 66 and suddenly assuming a four-stroke lead into Sunday, where he withstood Griffin’s late charge (birdies on Nos. 15, 16 and 17) for a one-stroke win that he and his dad will remember forever.

The energy of their shared hug on the 18th green Sunday, amidst the cacophony of adoring Canadian fans, was surely felt back home in Oban. It’s where MacIntyre learned the game and what it meant to be a man. Both things coalesced this weekend, under the watchful eye of the man who has been there all the way.

“Unbelievable,” said Dougie MacIntyre on the 18th green in the aftermath, basking in the moment with tears in his eyes. He could barely speak, but the emotion said it all.

“Unbelievable.”

Kevin Prise is an associate editor for the PGA TOUR. He is on a lifelong quest to break 80 on a course that exceeds 6,000 yards and to see the Buffalo Bills win a Super Bowl. Follow Kevin Prise on Twitter .

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Robert MacIntyre, with father Dougie at his side as his caddie, held on to win the RBC Canadian Open on Sunday for his first PGA Tour title.

Four strokes ahead entering the final round at Hamilton Golf and Country Club, MacIntyre shot a 2-under 68 to beat playing partner Ben Griffin by a stroke. On the par-4 18th, the 27-year-old Scottish left-hander two-putted for par from 12 feet, holing out from 1 1/2 feet.

"Goose bumps. It's incredible," MacIntyre said. "It's a dream of mine to play golf for a living. It's been a dream of mine to win on the PGA Tour. ... I just can't believe I done it with my dad on the bag. The guy's taught me the way I play golf."

MacIntyre finished at 16-under 264 for the breakthrough victory in his 45th career PGA Tour start. The former McNeese State player was a member of Europe's winning 2023 Ryder Cup team and has two European tour victories, the 2020 Aphrodite Hills Cyprus Showdown and 2022 Italian Open.

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"I was in a dog fight there," MacIntyre said. "Obviously, Ben made it difficult coming in the stretch. He played well. It's just incredible to do this with my dad on the bag and have my girlfriend here and I'm sure there's a party going on back home in Oban."

Griffin had a 65. He parred the 18th after birdieing the previous three holes.

"I fought hard," Griffin said. "It felt like there was a lid on the cup for most of the day for me. I hit so many pretty good putts, I wouldn't say like striped putts, but pretty good putts and just kept burning edges. A couple bad putts, but stayed patient."

Victor Perez of France was third at 14 under after his second straight 64.

Two-time Canadian Open champion Rory McIlroy also shot 64 to tie for fourth with Tom Kim (64) at 13 under. McIlroy won in 2019 the last time the tournament was in Hamilton and again in 2022 at St. George's in Toronto.

"Three really good rounds of golf, one not so good one," McIlroy said. "Felt a little out of sorts on Friday. Did a good range session and sort of rectified it."

Corey Conners was the top Canadian, shooting a 65 to reach 12 under.

"Definitely something to be proud of," Conners said. "Yeah, obviously disappointing to not win the big trophy, but, yeah, it's a cool honour.

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Fellow Canadian Mackenzie Hughes, tied for second entering the day, was another shot back after a 70. He started the day tied for second, four shots back and birdied three of his first four holes.

But the final 10 holes were tough on Hughes, with three bogeys dropping him back down as MacIntyre found his rhythm and surged to his first PGA Tour victory.

"Pretty gutted," said Hughes, pausing to collect himself. "Yeah, I wanted this one pretty badly.

"I don't know. This one will sting for awhile. I obviously got off to the start I needed to get off to but I just didn't."

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Last year at Oakdale in Toronto, Nick Taylor made a 72-foot eagle putt on the fourth hole of a playoff against Tommy Fleetwood to become the first Canadian to win the event since 1954.

Taylor Pendrith (69) of Richmond Hill, Ont., tied for 21st at 7 under. He is projected to move three spots up to 30th on the FedEx Cup standings, making him the highest ranked Canadian on the PGA Tour.

"A good step in the right direction," said Pendrith, who went to Kent State University with Hughes and Conners. "I felt like I did a lot of good things, I putted awesome today, saved me a lot."

Ben Silverman (68) of Thornhill, Ont., tied for 35th, Adam Svensson (70) of Surrey, B.C., tied for 51st. Myles Creighton (70) of Digby, N.S., tied for 57th. Edmonton's Will Bateman (74) tied for 62nd, and David Hearn (76) of Brantford, Ont., finished 69th in his 20th Canadian Open appearance.

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Taiwan's C.T. Pan has used four caddies in the fourth round of the RBC Canadian Open, including a fan.

Mike (Fluff) Cowan, Pan's regular caddie, slipped and hurt himself on the third hole of Hamilton Golf and Country Club. The 76-year-old Cowan was not seriously injured after the fall.

Paul Emerson, a fan watching the tournament, stepped inside the ropes to carry Pan's clubs for the fourth hole. Mike Campbell who works in caddie services, then took over for holes five through nine.

At the 10th tee, PGA Tour caddie Al Riddell and Pan's wife Michelle — who has caddied for him before — were waiting to spell Campbell. Pan ultimately chose Riddell for the final eight holes of the round.

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2024 RBC Canadian Open leaderboard: Robert MacIntyre on top, Tommy Fleetwood making push

Some low numbers altered the top of the leaderboard at hamilton golf & country club.

With most of the top of the leaderboard stalled out on Moving Day at the 2024 Canadian Open, the door was open for somebody to step through. Enter Robert MacIntyre, who played his last five holes in 5 under to get to 14 under on the week and open up a four-shot lead on playing partner Ryan Fox as well as the rest of the field.

MacIntyre's 66 didn't exactly come out of nowhere -- he was playing in the final pairing after playing the first two days in 10 under -- but it is developing into one of the heartwarming stories of the year. MacIntyre, who has never won on the PGA Tour, has his father, Dougie, caddying for him this week in Canada as he seeks one of the biggest victories of his life.

Father fist pumped son's eagle putt on the 17th hole on Saturday as McIntyre took hold of the lead and the tournament. While there are a number of different interesting storylines going into the finale on Sunday, McIntyre winning with his pops looping has to be near the top of the list. Dougie hasn't carried his son's bag in seven years , but he might be in line for a little extra work if McIntyre is able to finish off his first win on the big tour, he might be in line for a little more work.

Let's take a look at Saturday's third round and what's in store for Sunday.

1. Robert MacIntyre (-14):  The big question is whether MacIntyre's lead is sustainable. Considering the fact that he's currently first in the field in putting and made 166 feet (!) of putts on Saturday, I have some reservations about that. Throw in the fact that, as Trevor Immelman pointed out on the CBS broadcast, this is MacIntyre's first 54-hole lead on the PGA Tour, and Sunday could go a number of different ways. MacIntyre has spoken about his affection for national opens, and he was in the thick of one about this time 11 months ago when Rory McIlroy pipped him at his home Scottish Open with a birdie-birdie finish. It's not Scotland, but Canada would be sweet for the Ryder Cupper, MacIntyre, and a pretty amazing first victory with dad on the bag throughout the week.

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T2. Mackenzie Hughes, Ben Griffin, Ryan Fox (-10) T5. Tommy Fleetwood, Sam Burns, Joel Dahmen, Trace Crow (-9)

There are a number of interesting subplots just beyond the leader of the tournament. Among the two most prominent are Mackenzie Hughes and Tommy Fleetwood. Hughes will try to continue what fellow Canadian Nick Taylor started a year ago when he became the first Canadian to win his national open in 69 years. After that 68-year drought, Hughes would make it two for two if he could somehow chase down MacIntyre on Sunday. He'll also have to maintain a hot putter (Hughes is currently fifth in the field in strokes gained putting) to get it done.

Fleetwood also played a role in last year's Canadian Open as he was the player Taylor beat in a playoff. He's somehow still looking for his first PGA Tour victory and shot the round of the day on Saturday to put himself in contention to get it. 

"Just go out tomorrow and continue to try and play great golf," said Fleetwood. "I'm very happy with the work that I'm putting in and starting getting rounds to show, that show the hard work and show how well I've been practicing, in a way, because things are very good. Just continue to do that and hopefully come off the course feeling satisfied in how I played, how I performed, how I felt out there and we'll see where that leads us. 

"The ultimate goal is always to finish on the top of the leaderboard and win, so it's always in the back of your mind, but, yeah, just continue to do the right things and see where that leads us."

Rory makes his move

In 2019, Rory McIlroy won this event by six shots over Shane Lowry and Webb Simpson. He's not going to do that this time around, but he at least gave himself a chance on Sunday with a 65 in Round 3 that was highlighted by elite tee to green play and almost no putter to speak of. He almost certainly has another 65 or better in him on Sunday, which likely won't be enough given that MacIntyre is now at 14 under, but has at least made the top of this leaderboard a bit more interesting.

"Yeah, it's incredible. I do, I feel like an honorary Canadian at this point, and the support I get here is amazing," said McIlroy of his experience. I keep saying it, but just a pleasure to play in an atmosphere like that. The crowds are so good, they're so supportive, so enthusiastic, looking forward to one more day of it."

2024 RBC Canadian Open updated odds and picks

  • Robert MacIntyre: 10/11
  • Mackenzie Hughes: 15/2
  • Tommy Fleetwood: 10-1
  • Ryan Fox: 10-1
  • Ben Griffin: 11-1
  • Sam Burns: 12-1
  • Rory McIlroy: 18-1

McIlroy shot a 61 in his final round at this course in 2019 when he won. If he does that on Sunday, he could erase that seven-shot deficit. Still, there are a lot of golfers between him and MacIntyre as it stands right now. I actually probably prefer Fleetwood at 10-1. He's seventh from tee to green and hasn't really found a hot putter yet. He's my pick to win on Sunday, and I think the value is there at 10-1.

Ryan Fox fading

Fox has made three bogeys on his second nine and is now tied for third with Ben Griffin. Robert MacIntyre just took the lead with a birdie at No. 16. He gets it to 12 under for the tournament and should be the outright leader going into Sunday.

Tommy Fleetwood's round of the day

Fleetwood somehow (?) still doesn't have a victory on the PGA Tour this year, but he does have the best round at the Canadian Open so far today. Or he's tied with Victor Perez with a 64. The move gets him into T4, which is three back of Fox, who leads at 12 under but just one back of Robert MacIntyre and Ben Griffin at 10 under.

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