June 26, 2022

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Clark continues as captain of the Canadian Open series

American Wyndham Clark Is the leader Canada is open In the end The second day 133 strokes of PGA Tour competition, under seven.

Clarke, who finished the course with 63 strokes (-7) at the start of the Canadian Open on Thursday, was satisfied with completing 18 holes in 70 strokes on Friday.

But it is enough for the American to be one shot ahead of his comrades. Alex Smally, Keith Mitchell and Jim NoseAs well as the English Rory McIlroy and Matt FitzpatrickAll five finished second with 134 strokes.

The best route of the day was similar to the American To Austin, Completed 18 holes in 64 shots at St. George Golf & Country Club in Toronto. After the first two days, Cook is seventh in the rankings with 135 shots.

First Latin Colombian Sebastian MunozWith 139 strokes (69 and 70), it was tied for 33rd place.

Argentina Emiliano Grillo He is now ranked 45th, with 140 strokes (70 and 70), joined by Mexican Carlos Ortiz (67 and 73), who finished ninth on the Canadian field tour on Thursday.

After the second day, Spanish Rafa Cabrera Bellow He climbed to 56th with 141 strokes (71 and 70).

This is the first time since 2019 that the Canadian Open, part of the PGA Tour, has been held due to infection control. The Canadian Open has not been held at St George’s Golf & Country Club in Toronto since 2010.

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Classification after the second round (para 70)

1. Wyndham Clark (USA) -7 (63-70)
2. Matthew Fitzpatrick (ENG) -6 (64-70)
2. Jim Nose (USA) -6 (67-67)
2. Rory McIlroy (NIR) -6 (66-68)
2. Keith Mitchell (USA) -6 (67-67)
2. Alex Smally (USA) -6 (67-67)
7. Austin Cook (USA) -5 (71-64)
8. Sam Burns (USA) -4 (67-69)
8. Doug Kim (USA) -4 (65-71)
8. Lee Hodges (USA) -4 (66-70)
8. Charlie Hoffman (USA) -4 (68-68)
8. Shane Lori (IRL) -4 (67-69)
8. Patrick Rodgers (USA) -4 (67-69)
8. Scotty Scheffler (USA) -4 (69-67)
8. Matt Wallace (ENG) -4 (70-66)

21. Justin Thomas (USA) -2 (69-69)
56. Rafael Cabrera (ESP) +1 (71-70)