Honolulu’s Parker McLachlin shot a bogey on the second hole, but went on to shoot three birdies before making the turn at 2 under. He then shot a bogey-free back nine to finish the day at 3-under 68 at the RBC Canadian Open yesterday.
McLachlin was one of the many who finished Round 2 this morning because of suspended play on Friday. He finished that at 2-under 69 to make his third consecutive cut.
Kane‘ohe’s Dean Wilson finished his Round at even, missing the cut by a stroke.
By the end of Round 2, McLachlin jumped up to a tie at 27th place, but moved up five more spots up the leaderboard to 22 after Round 3.
He now enters the final day at 7-under 206, eight shots back of co-leaders Anthony Kim and Chez Reavie who are at 15-under.
Reavie has yet to finish his round because play was suspended due to darkness yet again for the wet-weather plagued Open.
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