Canadian Open at a glance

STEVE BUFFERY -- Sun Media

, Last Updated: 8:43 AM ET

AT ANGUS GLEN

Schedule: -Sunday

Course: 7,320 yards, par 72

Purse: $5 million US

Television schedule

Today: 3 p.m. (TSN) Saturday: 3 p.m. (CH, CBS) Sunday: 3 p.m. (CH, CBS)

ALL TIMES ET

Scores

Hunter Mahan 32-30--62

Steve Allan 31-33--64

Tripp Isenhour 33-32--65

David Hearn 32-33--65

Bo Van Pelt 34-32--66

John Mallinger 34-32--66

Michael Putnam 34-32--66

Olin Browne 32-34--66

Charlie Wi 32-34--66

NOTABLES

Mark Calcavecchia 33-34--67

Graham DeLaet 33-35--68

Camilo Villegas 33-35--68

Vijay Singh 34-34--68

Corey Pavin 35-34--69

Jim Furyk 35-34--69

NOTABLE CANADIANS

Stephen Ames 36-34--70

Derek Gillespie 35-35--70

Brad Fritsch 37-34--71

Mike Weir 36-35--71

Wes Heffernan 37-35--72

Victor Ciesielski 40-33--73

James Lepp 34-39--73

Jim Rutledge 36-37--73

Ian Leggatt 37-37--74

David Morland IV 37-38--75

Canadians in bold

DIVOTS

* Fan favourite John Daly shot a 75 yesterday at the Canadian Open and then withdrew from the tournament with a sore shoulder.

Daly, a winner of five PGA events, including the 1995 British Open, has struggled in the past few years.

Also withdrawing yesterday was Jason Gore (back), winner of the 2005 84 Lumber Classic.

* Steve Allan is so far away from the mainstream that his biography is listed in the "Other Prominent Members" section of the official PGA Guide.

But perhaps that will change in the near future.

Allan finished second in yesterday's opening round with a seven-under par 64.

The Melbourne, Australia native finished ranked 158th in the world in 2005 and got his card back at the 2006 PGA Tour qualifying tournament, after playing most of the season on the Nationwide Tour.

Allan, 33, has won two tournaments in the past, the 1998 German Open and 2002 Australian Open.

The North Course at Angus Glen, despite efforts by tournament pro Davis Love III and his team to make it more challenging, rewards the big hitters with its wide, long fairways and Allan certainly is one of those, averaging drives of 302.1 metres this year on the tour, seventh overall.


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