Published: Sun, July 30, 2017
Sport | By Wendy Sparks

Hughes and Mackenzie move out of contention at the Canadian Open

Hughes and Mackenzie move out of contention at the Canadian Open

Hoffman birdied seven of his first 15 holes in his round.

The Weyburn, Sask., native's day started with a bogey but he was able to get back to under par with birdies on holes three and five. Hoffman is looking for his first win since the Valero Texas Open last April.

Garrigus fired two eagles and six birdies in a round that included two chip-ins to match the lowest score at Glen Abbey set by Leonard Thompson (1981) and matched by Andy Bean (1983), Greg Norman (1986) and John Merrick (2013).

"I'm going to keep my same game-plan - a bunch of drivers, hit a bunch of wedge shots close and hopefully make some putts".

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Hoffman isn't the only veteran in the mix, as the 31-year-old Chappell lurks one shot back and 33-year-old Gary Woodland is tied with the 39-year-old Garrigus in third.

"All year I've been battling to play some really good golf", said Garrigus, who had six birdies and two eagles.

Johnson is five back at 12-under after carding a four-under 68 in the third round. "I just need to go out tomorrow and see a few go into the hole", he said.

The Dundas, Ont., native had put his tee shot into one of the bunkers on the right-hand side of the fairway and hit his approach fat and short of the green.

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Defending champion Jhonattan Vegas had a 67 to join Sam Saunders, Andres Gonzales, Tony Finau, Ryan Ruffels and Brandon Hagy at 14-under.

"I just hit a awful shot", said Johnson, who also misjudged several putts including a birdie chance at the 18th.

Former world number one and 2004 victor Vijay Singh failed to continue his sizzling play from Friday, shooting a 71 that had him tied with seven other players at 11-under.

DeLaet, from Weyburn, Sask., shot a 1-over 73 to finish in a tie for 41st at 7 under. DeLaet said he didn't play badly on his way to a one-over 71 for a three-round total of seven under, but Hughes admitted he struggled en route to his two-over 74 and a six-under total.

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