GOLF ROUNDUP | Sunday's other events

Canadian Open
VANCOUVER, British Columbia -- Mark Calcavecchia struggled with his putter in the final round and made just one birdie on the weekend, but ended a four-year winless streak by closing with a 1-over 71 Sunday for a one-stroke victory. Calcavecchia, whose only birdie since the second round came at the 475-yard, par-4 fifth Sunday, had a 5-under 275 total, the highest winning score for a full-field, non-major PGA Tour event this year. Ben Crane closed with a 66, and 2004 U.S. Amateur champion Ryan Moore had a 70 to finish tied for second.
German Masters
PULHEIM, Germany -- Retief Goosen missed a 5-foot par putt on the 18th hole but escaped with a one-stroke victory, his third title in six weeks. The two-time U.S. Open champion led by two shots entering the last hole and closed with a 5-under 67 to finish at 20-under 268. Henrik Stenson (68), Jose Maria Olazabal (66), Nick Dougherty (68) and David Lynn (67) all finished at 269 in the $3.8 million tournament. Goosen sent his tee shot into the brush on the 18th. The South African was forced to take a drop and blasted an excellent 150-yard shot from the rough, but he failed to make the putt and was left with a bogey. Stenson and Dougherty, playing behind him, had a chance to catch him but he got a par on the final hole.
Associated Press

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