Kane‘ohe’s Dean Wilson made it through 15 holes yesterday and Honolulu’s Parker McLachlin made it through 14 before play was suspended due to darkness at Glen Abbey for the RBC Canadian Open in Ontarion, Canada.
Round 1, which was suspended Thursday night, resumed yesterday morning and concluded with seven players tied for the lead — the most for this tournament.
Round 2 began at 10:50 a.m. local time. With many of the players getting late starts, not everyone got to finish their rounds because of darkness.
Wilson sits at even par with four holes to go. He shot two birdies and two bogeys to the front nine to break even at the turn. He then shot six consecutive pars.
McLachlin also made his turn at even but was able to get under with a birdie on his final hole of the day. The outlook for McLachlin, who is currently sitting at 1 under with six more holes to go, is good provided he can hold onto that score.
The projected cut as it stands is 1 under.
Chez Reavie and Eric Axley are currently tied atop the leaderboard, but Reavie was able to finish his round with a 64 and two-round total of 129 and Axley will finish his today.
Round 2 will conclude today with Round 3 following afterward.
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