Vancouver’s Ryan Williams and Kevin Lucas of Folsom, Calif., both reached seven on Friday during the second round of the Mackenzie Investments Open near Montreal before play was suspended due to darkness.
Williams and Lucas were both three under for their second rounds before play, which was delayed three hours and 50 minutes due to dangerous weather earlier in the day, was suspended due to darkness at 8:28 p.m.
“I’ve made a lot of nice putts. My speed’s been great and I made some nice up-and-downs out of the bunker. All in all, I’m pretty happy about the all-around game,” said Williams.
After the first round resumed at 8 a.m. Friday morning following a suspension due to dangerous weather on Thursday, thunderstorms once again passed through the area.
One shot back of Williams and Lucas at six under were Johnny Ruiz of Camarillo, Calif., and Toronto’s Lucas Kim, who were on the course midway through the second round, while Hank Lebioda of Winter Springs, Fla., and Damian Telles of The Dalles, Ore., were six under, but yet to tee off in their second rounds.
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