MARTIN FLORES LEADS THROUGH TWO ROUNDS AT THE RBC CANADIAN OPEN
Canadians Hughes and DeLaet sit tied for 14th at 8-under heading into the weekend
Woodland comes within a shot of tying Glen Abbey Golf Club course record
OAKVILLE, Ont. – Fort Worth, Tex., product Martin Flores fired a 66 for the second consecutive day at Glen Abbey Golf Club to move to 12-under-par and take the 36-hole lead at the RBC Canadian Open. Flores was bogey-free on Friday with four birdies and an eagle on the par-5 second hole to build a one-shot advantage over Matt Every, Gary Woodland and Brandon Hagy, who are 11 under.