Baddeley in the mix at PGA's Canadian Open

Dustin Johnson PGA Tour

Dustin Johnson PGA Tour

"Got lucky on the par-five, on 13, hit it right in the middle of the water, and it hit a rock and bounced over the thing and I made birdie".

The American wasn't as fortunate on Nos.

"Could have been 59 there if a couple putts didn't lip out", Garrigus said.

Fleetwood rallied down the stretch, going eagle-birdie-birdie-eagle to move to five under before play was stopped. Kevin Tway also was 6 under with three holes left. "This was a good day, get to enjoy it for a minute, but I've got to close my mind off". The long-hitting Finau played the 16th and 18th holes in a combined 10 under par for the week past year and finished T5. Play resumed at 6:44 p.m. and was stopped for the day at 8:04 p.m. Former PGA Tour player Tom Weiskopf, now a successful golf course designer, said: "The last three holes at Glen Abbey were the finest closing holes in golf".

After sinking a 21-foot, two-inch putt on No. 18 Bradley turned to Tway and excitedly said something along the lines of "I'm coming". "The greens are very smooth".

Tway is trying to win for the first time on the tour in the event his father - 1986 PGA Championship victor Bob Tway - won 15 years ago at Hamilton for his last victory.

He shot an impressive six-under 66 in the third round of the Barbasol Championship last Saturday, before coughing up an ugly seven-over 79 in the final round.

"You kind of get a glimpse of what it might feel like to be a top-10 player for a week, where you feel like you're getting pulled in a lot of different directions but in a good way, obligations and whatnot, which we're not ordinarily accustomed to in the States", Hughes said on Wednesday, with tournament week ramping up and all the players getting in full practice rounds out on the course, which by all accounts is in pristine condition and there for the taking, especially with the rain that came down hard on Tuesday night. "I was just, at the time, trying to come up with a mental plan to get through the tournament", Silverman reflected. I also believe that the bunker to the right of the eighteenth fairway should be given special protection and maintained in its current form, given its fame for the spectacular shot Tiger Woods played to the right-hand pin position on the final hole of his victory in the 2000 Canadian Open, considered by some as one of the best shots ever played in tournament golf.

In-Kyung Kim, Amy Yang and Jenny Shin all shot 66 to share a three-way South Korean tie for second place at Gullane Golf Club. "But if they're not playing the week after, I don't see any reason why they wouldn't be here".

Two-time defending U.S. Open champions Brooks Koepka sees one potential problem.

Langer shot a 5-under 67 and was tied for fifth alongside former PGA champion David Toms and another American, Scott McCarron.

The American shot a nine-under 63 to take the clubhouse lead.

Tway birdied the par-5 18th hole to take the clubhouse lead midway through the second round of the RBC Canadian Open on Friday. He dropped a stroke on the par-4 No. 3.

French trio Mike Lorenzo-Vera, Joel Stalter and Romain Wattel, and German Benedict Staben, are tied for second on 67.

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