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Canadian Open 2010: Dean Wilson Leads

Written by: on 25th July 2010 |
Canadian Open 2010: Dean Wilson Leads  | read this item

“This course is a great test,” American Dean Wilson said as he fired his third consecutive round of five-under 65 to be in a four-stroke lead after the third round of the Canadian Open 2010 this Sunday.

Sweden’s Carl Pettersson, another player in the Canadian Open 2010 made his bid into the gold championship as he fired a course-record 60 to claim the share of the second place.

Petterson shuttered the old tournament record of 62 which was set in 1981 by golfer Leonard Thompson at Glen Abbey. This record was also matched by two other players in the Canadian Open 2010. Americans Brent Delahoussaye matched it on Thursday and Kevin Sutherland on Friday.

Golfer Dean Wilson made birdies on his opening and closing of the front nine. He had made a run of three birdies in a row including one at 15 then he got a bogey at 16 and then finished with a birdie. His advantage was just very thin and anyone can still stole the show.

Petterson and Wilson both stood on 15-under 195, followed by American Bob Estes and South Africa’s Tim Clark sharing second on 199. So who would eventually win the Canadian Open 2010? Well, we shall see in the following days.

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