Tim Clark tees of on the 9th hole at St. George's to start his 2nd round.
What started out as a day marred with heavy rain and a delayed start, turned into a hot and muggy day for the players – a day of lift, clean and place on St. George’s lush fairways.
Round 1 leader, unknown Brent Delahoussaye kept it together and shot a 1-under 69 to take the early clubhouse lead. Only to be overtaken in the afternoon by veterans Tim Clark and Dean Wilson, which should set up a wild weekend with a packed leaderboard.
Three Canadians made the cut. Young upstart Adam Hadwin, a relaxed Stephen Ames (who seemed to be loving St. George’s) and Brooklin, Ontario’s Jon Mills.
Adam Hadwin chips onto the 18th green as he saved par to finish his round.
Greenville, SC's Brent Delahoussaye continued his fine play in round 2.
North Vancouver's Eugene Wong hits of a bunker on 18 at St. George's.
Golf Canada used Fred Couples liberally in its marketing, but Freddy couldn't find the magic this week.
Hunter Mahan and his massive shoulder turn stayed in the hunt with a 67 in round 2.
Was hard to tell what looked wilder, John Daly or his golf bag on this day.
A gruelling week at the British Open last week may have caught up with Paul Casey as he missed the cut.
Commentator and victorious Ryder Cup captain Paul Azinger teed it up this week.
Stephen Ames wants you to know he's ready for the weekend at St. George's.