Robert Garrigus leads in Canada
ANCASTER, Ontario -- Robert Garrigus would have made Arnold Palmer proud Saturday at the Canadian Open -- for the way he treated the people, and for the scores on his card.
Garrigus combined his power with a couple of timely putts at rain-softened Hamilton for a 6-under 64, breaking the 54-hole scoring record at golf's third-oldest championship that was first set more than a half-century ago by Palmer. Equally impressive was when he didn't even have a club in his hand.
After a routine ...
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