Brampton, Ont., native also focusing on 2016 Rio Olympics

Canadian golfer David Hearn hopes to get his game to the next level in order to make this year’s Presidents Cup team and the Olympic team in 2016.

The 35-year-old from Brampton, Ont., who became a professional golfer in 2001, played out of the Brantford Golf and Country club as an amateur, and was a member of the winning Canadian team at the 2001 Four Nations Cup.

Heading into the Valspar Championship, the current 161st-ranked golfer in the world believes that his game is coming together and would like to continue gaining trust in his own ability.

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