That's right, Ogilvy closed out his round with two birdies, two eagles and two pars, shaving an extra six strokes off his score. He finished with a nine-under 63, one of three players to do so on Sunday at Glen Abbey Golf Club in Oakville, Ontario.
Ogilvy's is most notable, though, as it moved him 43 spots up the leaderboard and into a tie for the lead with Snedeker for the time being. And here's his approach shot on 18, which earned him that privilege.
Considered out of the equation entering the round, he now miraculously has a chance at winning the RBC Canadian Open, and his first victory in over two years.
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