When play was suspended due to darkness partially through the first round of the Titleist & FootJoy PGA Club Professional Championship of Canada, Alberta’s Randy Robb sat atop the leadberboard at SunRidge Canyon in Fountain Hills, Az., after a tough scoring day on Monday.
Robb, who won the 1990 PGA Assistants’ Championship of Canada, is currently the only player in the field at even par after posting a 71 in the sixth group of the day.
However, nearly 40 players are within five shots of the lead, including 2003 winner Brett Burgeson, Ontario’s Matt Peavoy, Brian Guenther of Manitoba, and B.C.’s Jeff Buder and Doug Morgan and Calgary’s Jamie Kureluk who are all at one over.
The field will be cut to the low 70 players and ties after completion of the second round.
B.C. leads the Inter-Zone Team Championship, which is comprised of four players per zone (and three scores per team counting).
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