It was a happening kinda day at the Canadian Open Friday.
Gary Woodland flirted with the course and tournament record of 62 before settling for a nine-under par 63 but it was good enough to get him to 11-under par and within a shot of 36-hole leader Martin Flores.
Matt Kuchar, the Open Championship runner-up, was dizzy on Thursday but put the pedal to the floor on his last three holes, finished with three birdies and made the cut by a shot.
It’s a scoring fest at Glenn Abbey. It took four-under to stick around for the weekend.
All the big names in this event did their part.
Dustin Johnson couldn’t get anything going during his second round, shot 69 and at eight-under, found himself tied for 14th. Bubba Watson was hot on Thursday with 66 but didn’t have it on Friday. His 73 left him a shot over the cutline. Kuchar’s in and Jim Furyk shot even par to make the cut on the number.