Weir holes 4th, Dufner leads Canadian
OAKVILLE, Ontario -- Mike Weir had the best shot -- and one-liners -- on another rainy day at the 100th Canadian Open.
"Instead of reading the grain, you have to read the current out there," the Canadian star quipped after third-round play was suspended Sunday, forcing the tournament to at least a fifth day at saturated Glen Abbey.
Trying to become the first Canadian winner since Pat Fletcher in 1954, Weir had a hole-in-one and was caught up in a confusing rules situation.
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