Jhared Hack of Lake Mary, Fla., shot a seven-under 64 on Thursday at Hylands Golf Club in Ottawa to take the first-round lead at the National Capital Open to Support Our Troops.
Hack is one stroke ahead of Jared du Toit of Kimberley, B.C., Kramer Hickok of Dallas and Mark Blakefield of Maysville, Ky., at the Mackenzie Tour-PGA Tour Canada event.
“I think my biggest thing is staying patient. My time will come. If it’s this week, great. If it’s a year from now, great. If it never comes, who knows? One of the things I focus on is trying to stay patient and I’ll do my best to string four good rounds together,” said du Toit.
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