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Wyndham Clark takes opening lead in Ontario
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June 10, 2022
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Canadian Open 2022 R1

June 09-12
St. George's G&CC, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Round 2, Round 3, Round 4

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Wyndham Clark, starting on the back nine, made the turn in 31 after firing five birdies then made two more to close with a bogey-free 7-under 63 and take the lead in the RBC Canadian Open.

Canadian Open 2022 R1

"All around I hit it great," said the American. "I drove it pretty good off the tee. I did miss some fairways, but when I missed it, it wasn't that bad. I hit a lot of great iron shots in there, and yeah I made a good amount of putts from 10 to 20 feet, and I didn't really miss much inside of 10 feet either.

"Putter felt good. My caddie and I, we felt really confident in our reads, and the balls went in today."

Canadian Open 2022 R1

"[The course is] definitely playing long," he continued. "I mean, I don't know how long this golf course is, but it's not running out that much because of how soft it is, with all the rain they've gotten. But that also makes it tough and really important to hit fairways because the rough is so thick that a lot of times it could be 160 to the hole and you can't even get all the way to the green because the rough is so thick. So it definitely makes it important to hit the fairways.

"And then just the slope of the greens out here, you've really got to be smart when you do get in trouble or out of position, or even when you're in position, you just want to hit it to where you're below the hole and you don't have these big breaking, sliding putts."

Canadian Open 2022 R1

Englishman Matt Fitzpatrick lies one shot back in second place followed by Americans Doug Ghim and Harold Varner III at 5-under.

Northern Ireland's Rory McIlroy and Canada's Mackenzie Hughes are tied in fifth place at 4-under.

McIlroy, the 2019 winner, is the current defending champion due to the event being cancelled for the last two year because of the pandemic.

“I felt like the course was there to go even lower just from the rain and how receptive it was,” McIlroy said. “Overall, very happy with the start of the week, especially coming off a disappointing weekend at the Memorial last weekend.”

Canadian Open 2022 R1

Pos.PlayerTo ParR1
1Wyndham Clark-763
2Matt Fitzpatrick-664
T3Doug Ghim-565
T3Harold Varner III-565
T5Mackenzie Hughes-466
T5Rory McIlroy-466
T5Lee Hodges-466
T5Tony Finau-466
T9Shane Lowry-367
T9Carlos Ortiz-367
T9Jim Knous-367
T9Mark Hubbard-367
T9Alex Smalley-367
T9Sam Burns-367
T9Keith Mitchell-367
T9Patrick Rodgers-367
T9Jonas Blixt-367
T18Vaughn Taylor-268
T18Brandt Snedeker-268
T18Charley Hoffman-268
T18Luke Donald-268
T18Danny Lee-268
T18Nick Hardy-268
T18Kramer Hickok-268
T25Hank Lebioda-169
T25Adam Hadwin-169
T25Justin Thomas-169
T25Seung-Yul Noh-169
T25Robert Streb-169
T25J.J. Henry-169
T25Chris Kirk-169
T25Jason Bohn-169
T25Aaron Rai-169
T25John Huh-169
T25Kelly Kraft-169
T25Brendon Todd-169
T25Scottie Scheffler-169
T25Justin Rose-169
T25Sebastián Muñoz-169
T25Ryan Moore-169
T25Bill Haas-169
T25Jonathan Byrd-169
T25Chase Seiffert-169
T44Hayden BuckleyPar70
T44Scott PiercyPar70
T44Nick TaylorPar70
T44Adam LongPar70
T44Justin LowerPar70
T44Matt WallacePar70
T44Rory SabbatiniPar70
T44John RollinsPar70
T44Trey MullinaxPar70
T44Roger SloanPar70
T44Emiliano GrilloPar70
T44Sean O'HairPar70
T44Ricky BarnesPar70
T44Tommy GaineyPar70
T44Wesley BryanPar70
T44Aaron CockerillPar70
T44Stuart MacdonaldPar70
T61Max McGreevy+171
T61Rafa Cabrera Bello+171
T61Corey Conners+171
T61Jhonattan Vegas+171
T61Cameron Percy+171
T61Austin Cook+171
T61Henrik Norlander+171
T61Ben Martin+171
T61Bo Van Pelt+171
T61David Lipsky+171
T61David Skinns+171
T61Dylan Wu+171
T61Jared du Toit+171
T61Sahith Theegala+171
T61Danny Willett+171
T61D.A. Points+171
T61Stephan Jaeger+171
T61Brett Drewitt+171
T79Vince Whaley+272
T79Brian Stuard+272
T79Mike Weir+272
T79Jason Dufner+272
T79Joseph Bramlett+272
T79Trevor Werbylo+272
T79Ben Kohles+272
T79Yi Cao+272
T79Christopher Gotterup+272
T79John Merrick+272
T79Myles Creighton+272
T79Sangmoon Bae+272
T79Brice Garnett+272
T79David Lingmerth+272
T79Ben Crane+272
T79Camilo Villegas+272
T79David Hearn+272
T79Ryan Armour+272
T79Rasmus Hojgaard+272
T79Adam Svensson+272
T79Andrew Novak+272
T79Braden Thornberry+272
T79Seth Reeves+272
T79Paul Barjon+272
T79Jeffrey Kang+272
T79Austin Smotherman+272
T79Dean Burmester+272
T106J.T. Poston+373
T106J.J. Spaun+373
T106Martin Trainer+373
T106Satoshi Kodaira+373
T106Brandon Hagy+373
T106Cameron Champ+373
T106Parker McLachlin+373
T106Sam Ryder+373
T106Dawie van der Walt+373
T106A.J. Ewart (a)+373
T116Matthias Schwab+474
T116Dylan Frittelli+474
T116Joshua Creel+474
T116Joe Deraney (a)+474
T116Scott Gutschewski+474
T116Martin Laird+474
T116Tyrrell Hatton+474
T116Wes Heffernan+474
T124Harry Higgs+575
T124Scott Brown+575
T124Richard S. Johnson+575
T124Curtis Thompson+575
T124Max Sekulic+575
T124Patrick Flavin+575
T124Sung Kang+575
T124Ted Purdy+575
T124Callum Tarren+575
T124Robert Garrigus+575
T124Brad Adamonis+575
T135Tyler Duncan+676
T135John Huston+676
T135Callum Davison+676
T135Mark Hensby+676
T135Jim Herman+676
T135Cameron Smith+676
T135Greyson Sigg+676
T135Johnny Travale (a)+676
T143Jonathan Kaye+777
T143Peter Malnati+777
T143Greg Chalmers+777
T146Johnson Wagner+878
T146George McNeill+878
T146Bo Hoag+878
T146Brendan Leonard+878
T146Brian Davis+878
T146Albin Choi+878
152Nick Watney+979
153William Buhl+1181
154Matt Every+1282
WDMichael Gligic46
DQKevin Stadler79
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