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RBC Canadian Open gear has northern flavor

RBC Canadian Open gear has northern flavor

HAMILTON, Ontario — With the PGA Tour north of the border this week for the RBC Canadian Open, it’s only appropriate that the merchandise tent is well represented with maple leaf shirts and the tournament logo featuring Nick Taylor’s 72-foot eagle putt to win the title last year.

Levelwear, a Canadian apparel brand that is a big supporter of PGA Tour caddies, is the exclusive maker of RBC Canadian Open gear and they’ve done a solid job of offering the usual suspects and some tournament-specific gear such as The Rink hats, which is the nickname of the par-3 14th hole at this year’s tournament.

But where is the hockey stick putter, eh? And you’re telling me people wouldn’t have bought a T-shirt simply of Taylor’s iconic putt and celebration?

Another missed opportunity: Adam Hadwin tackled by the security guard has best-seller written all over it. But a passing grade and quality merch from Levelwear.

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Here’s a look at some of the flags, hats and other gear available on-site this week at Hamilton Golf Club:


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