Sports Golf

Canada's Brooke Henderson during third round action at the LPGA Canadian Open tournament in Priddis, Alta., Aug. 27, 2016. (Leah Hennel/Postmedia)

Henderson steals the show

As Brooke Henderson and two playing partners crested a hill and strolled down the 10th fairway Saturday at Priddis Greens, spectators scrambled for a sight-line.

Thailand's Ariya Jutanugarn lines up her putt on the 18th green during the third round action at the LPGA Canadian Open tournament in Priddis, Alta., Aug. 27, 2016. (Leah Hennel/Postmedia)

Jutanugarn in driver's seat

Ariya Jutanugarn had just bogeyed the finishing hole at Priddis Greens for the second time in three rounds, a surprising development since there is only one other square on her scorecard this week.

Henrik Stenson had a final round for the ages Sunday. GETTY IMAGES

Slow week saved by epic British Open

Henrik Stenson outduelled Phil Mickelson during a historic Sunday of golf to win the 145th Open Championship at Royal Troon, Scotland in what many are calling the finest final round ever played in a major — saving what is traditionally the slowest sports week in the calendar year.