Wilson and Clark Share Lead in Canada

The lead at the Canadian Open was shared after the second round in Toronto. Dean Wilson and South African Tim Clark both ended the day on 10 under.

Clark and Wilson hit 64 and 65 respectively to take the lead from Delahoussaye who is currently joint third with Wheatcroft on 9 under. Delahoussaye had failed to back up his record breaking first round to kept the lead and made his way to the clubhouse with a one under 69.

“It’s tough to follow up an eight-under-par round,” Delahoussaye said on the official PGA Tour website. “So I figured anything under par today would be great for me. I’m pleased with the round.”

Today cut was one under at 139, Seventy nine players made the cut meaning a second cut will have to be made tomorrow as more than 78 players qualified.

One of the big names to miss out on the cut was Englishman Paul Casey who entered the tournament as one of the favourites. His weekend took an early finish as he bowed out with a one over after four bogeys and a double bogey in a torrid round.

A chasing pack of four players lie just two strokes off the leaders, this group contains JJ Henry who carded a 65, Rob Grube whose round fell one short of Henry whilst Mahan and Mackenzie finished with 67 and 68 respectively.

The highest placed Canadian honour goes to 22 year old Adam Hadwin who back up him opening round score of 68 with a four under round and heads into the weekend on 6-under.