Chad Campbell has 36 hole lead in the RBC Canadian Open at Glen Abbey Golf Club, in Canada.
Chad recorded a second round -9 under par 63 to lead the RBC Canadian Open by two shots with a -14 under par total.
He said he felt comfortable on this course, and it helped him to sink some long putts;
“I’ve always liked the golf course, I just feel comfortable on it. It was a great round.”
”It’s kind of weird because it happened with the par fives, knocking them on in two and two-putting.”
”I made a couple long putts, which always helps.”
“Never really felt like it was going to be a crazy round, I’m definitely happy with it. Just solid play.”
Brian Harman is in second place, carding a second round -5 under par 67, to post a -12 under par total.
Third place is being shared by Canadian David Hearn and Johnson Wagner, at -11 under par.
David, the best placed local player, reported after his -8 under par 64;
“I felt really good about my game, I hit a lot more greens and my putter definitely got hot. Making those two birdies at the finish felt really, really good.”
”If I continue to keep playing the way I am, I know I have a chance.”
”I can’t control what Chad or any of the other players are going to do. But if I keep doing what I’m doing and stay focused on that, I like my chances.”
“I controlled the ball very well from start to finish and gave myself a lot of good chances, I couldn’t be happier about where my game is at and I’m excited about the weekend.”
Graeme DeLaet, after his withdrawal from the competition, through injury, tweeted;
“Totally gutted I had to WD from our national championship. Thanks for all the kind words. Hopefully just a short recovery.”
The much troubled Robert Allenby withdrew from the tournament, after firing caddie Mick Middlemo during his opening 81, he would never have made the cut anyway.