Hugo Bernard of Mont-Saint-Hilaire, Camilo Aguado of Colombia and Stratton Nolen of Austin, Tx., are tied at seven under after the second round of the Canadian Men’s Amateur Championship taking place at The Toronto Golf Club and Islington Golf Club on Tuesday.
Bernard, the defending champion, shot a three-under 67 one day after carding a 66 to co-lead the championship by one stroke.
Through two rounds, Aguado has matched Bernard’s opening round scores. On Monday, he shot his first bogey-free round in competitive play and then followed it up with another one on Tuesday.
Vaulting up the leaderboard was Nolen, who carded a six-under 64 to tie the competitive course record at Islington Golf Course, the second to do so in as many days, along with 18-hole leader A.J. Ewart.
Nolen got off to as hot start as he carded a birdie on each of his first six holes. His hot streak stopped rather abruptly on the seventh.
Quebec captured the Willingdon Cup by 11 strokes. The team consisting of Bernard, Marc-Olivier Plasse (Mercier, Que.) and Étienne Papineau (St-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Que.) shot a combined seven under par.
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