Stephen Ames opened the TimberTech Championship with a two-under 70 that has him tied for seventh at the second event in the Charles Schwab Cup playoffs.
Ames goes into the second round three shots behind leader Miguel Angel Jiménez.
Mike Weir opened with a one-over 73 and is tied for 28th.
The top 36 in the Charles Schwab Cup season points list after this event move on to next week’s Charles Schwab Cup Championship in Phoenix.
Ames is projected to eighth place, while Weir is projected to 37th.
Leaderboard is here.
Adam Hadwin shot a one-under 70 and is tied for 29th after the Friday’s second round of the World Wide Technology Championship at Mayakoba in Mexico.
Hadwin is six under midway through the event as American Russell Henry leads at 16 under after firing a pair of 63s.
All of the scores are here.
Toronto’s Richard T. Lee has a two-shot lead at the International Series Morocco, where he fired a bogey-free, eight-under 65 in the second round.
After opening with a 72, Lee is nine under at the midway point.
That leaderboard is here.
Korn Ferry Tour
At qualifying school in Savannah, Ga., Chris Crisologo of Richmond, B.C., opened with a two-under 69 that has him tied for 33rd.
Michael Blair of Ancaster, Ont., shot an even par 71 and is tied for 67th, while Vancouver’s Stuart Macdonald and Toronto’s Richard Jung both opened with 76s and are tied for 129th.
The medalist or ties will be fully exempt, finishers two to 10 and ties earn 12 guaranteed starts, finishers 11-40 and ties earn eight guaranteed starts and the remainder of the field will be conditionally exempt
The leaderboard is here.
Canadian Golf Hall of Fame member Richard Zokol discusses his own experiences and the pressures of Q-school here.
Maude-Aimee Leblanc withdrew from the second round of the Toto Japan Classic on Friday, citing illness. She was the only Canadian in the field.
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