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Leader Martin Flores chips on par-4 sixth hole
Leader Martin Flores chips on par-4 sixth hole

It was red and white day at the RBC Canadian Open today, but the star of the show today was actually Martin Flores of the U.S.

Flores took the clubhouse lead at -12 after a pair of 66s as a soft Glen Abbey Golf Club continued to yield low scores.

Fist pump from your leader after two rounds, Martin Flores.

Fist pump from your leader after two rounds, Martin Flores.

Martin Flores stalks his par putt on 6th on his way to back to back 66s.

Martin Flores stalks his par putt on 6th on his way to back to back 66s.

Leader Martin Flores chips on par-4 sixth hole

Leader Martin Flores chips on par-4 sixth hole

Not far behind was the seemingly ageless Vijay Singh who continued his fine play and sits in a tie for fourth at -10 with six other golfers.

Vijay Singh looking for his second Canadian Open title.

Vijay Singh looking for his second Canadian Open title.

Singh blasts out of bunker at 6th

Singh blasts out of bunker at 6

Canadians Graham DeLaet and Mackenzie Hughes are Canada’s hope as we head into the weekend as they were the only canucks to make the cut, both sit at -8, four shots behind the leader.

Graham DeLaet is looking good going into the weekend.

Graham DeLaet is looking good going into the weekend.

DeLaet consults his Calgary Flames yardage book

DeLaet consults his Calgary Flames yardage book

As the cut line rose to -4 through the day a host of Canadians were left a mere shot short, including Nick Taylor and David Hearn who both sat at -3 and will not play the weekend.

Hearn made a clutch bogey save on 6 but it still wasn't enough

Hearn made a clutch bogey save on 6 but it still wasn’t enough

Not this year for Hearn at RBCCO

Not this year for Hearn at RBCCO

Nick Taylor for par on 6th

Nick Taylor for par on 6th

Nick Taylor

Nick Taylor

Dustin Johnson continued his strong play as he continues to pursue his first elusive RBC Canadian Open title. He finished his round in a tie for 14th at -8, but no doubt he had by far the largest galleries on the course.

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Dustin Johnson from the fairway on 13

Dustin Johnson from the fairway on 13

And more from today’s round…

Jhonattan Vegas had a strong round and also sits at -8.

Jhonattan Vegas had a strong round and also sits at -8.

Ricky Barnes

Ricky Barnes is a mountain of a man and made the cut on the number at -4

Adam Hadwin

Adam Hadwin wasn’t so fortunate.

CT Pan of Japan

CT Pan of Japan will play the weekend and sits at -6

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