OH Canada! – Breaking Down the Canadians on the PGA Tour

Top 10’s – 2

Total Money – $622,383

FedEx Cup Rank / World Rank – 138 / 424

Breakdown – Although Hearn missed the cut in almost half the tournaments he entered, he made the most of the cuts he made. Hearn was able to finish in the Top 25 of 5 tournaments and finished off his season with a season best T8 at the Wyndham Championship alongside Nick Taylor.

Mackenzie Hughes

Cuts Made – 11 / 28

Top 10’s – 1

Total Money – $518,476

FedEx Cup Rank / World Rank – 160 / 285

Breakdown – Hughes started off the 2018-2019 season by missing 8 consecutive cuts and 16 of the first 21 tournaments he entered. However, he was able to push forward and finish the season by making 6 of the last 7 cuts with 3 of those finishes in the Top 25. His season hilight was undoubtedly his T8 finish at the RBC Canadian Open making him the Top Canadian at the event.

Graham DeLaet

Cuts Made – 3 / 3

Top 10’s – 1

Total Money – $251,630

FedEx Cup Rank / World Rank – 187 / 278

Breakdown – DeLaet came flying out of the gates this season with a T5 finish at the season opening Safeway Open but a nagging back injury reared its ugly head yet again 3 weeks later and DeLeat’s season was over.

Mike Weir

Cuts Made – 1 / 6

Top 10’s – 0

Total Money – $5,760

FedEx Cup Rank / World Rank – 259 / 1544

Breakdown – Weirsy played a handful of tournaments this season making just 1 of 6 cuts. But as long as the 2003 Master Champion continues to play, we will continue to feature him!

The Future is Bright

There are a lot of things to look forward to in 2019. Hadwin, Hughes, and Taylor have their cards locked up. Conners and Silverman have limited status and looking to retain their cards via the Web.com playoffs. David Hearn will be around again. And newcomers Adam Svensson and Roger Sloan just earned their cards via the Web.com tour standings.

With 8 countrymen (9 if you count the Godfather Mike Weir) competing next season, the chance of the Canadian Flag flying at the top of the leaderboard is not a question of if but when.

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