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Fox still in contention at Canadian Open

Updated: Jun 7

New Zealand's Ryan Fox (left) and Scotland's Ryan Fox chat at the Canadian Open
Kiwi golfer Ryan Fox (left) chats to leader Robert MacIntyre at the Canadian Golf Open PHOTO: PGA

New Zealand golfer Ryan Fox was looking likely to continue leading the PGA's Canadian Open until he hit the back nine of his third round.

Fox was playing beautifully in all facets of the game and even had a four shot lead, but it was almost too good and sure enough, he fell back with an even par round on moving day.


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The Aucklander is now tied second alongside American Ben Griffen and Canadian Mackenzie Hughes, four shots behind leader Scotland's Robert MacIntrye..

In the front nine Fox birdied the second then hit a three on the par five fourth hole followed by a birdie on the fifth.

However things went a little downhill from there as he carded a 70 with a bogey on the eighth, 11th, 13th and 14th.

At the LPGA's US Open in Pennsylvania kiwi Amelia Garvey is tied 60th at 11 over after a front nine which featured two birdies.

Her back nine wasn't so great with four bogeys and a double bogey on the 16th hole.


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