Dean Wilson, a tour pro for 18 yeras now, is the leader of the RBC Canadian Open after Friday's cut round. Wilson has carded two 65s in two days.
Wilson has earned almost $18,000,000 dollars on the PGA Tour, was born in Hawaii, and played his college golf at B.Y.U.
Also tied for the lead at 10 under is Tim Clarke from England, playing well on Friday with a 64.
Yesterday's leader,Brent Delahoussaye is now in third at nine under, along with Steve Wheatcroft, a player from Indiana, Pennsylvania who has been a pro since 2001 with almost $800,000 dollars earned.
It's like a journeyman pro golf convention in Canada. No big stars, just grinders, hoping for a big check and an exemption to the good life.
The most interesting player to watch on Saturday and Sunday is Nathan Green, who is trying to repeat as Champion again this year, currently in ninth at minus seven.
Hunter Mahan is still grinding along hoping to win one soon at eight under par. He is only two back and has the abilty to go low in any round he plays.
My best fantasy player so far this week would be Kevin Na at six under par. Both my A-players have missed the cut, which is a first for me this season. Gadzooks!
I picked the wrong two guys with Scott Verplank and Bill Haas for this event.
My other B-player, Retief Goosen made the cut at minus one, right on the line. I am 68 points behind one Yahoo Expert and ahead of all the rest.
Still in the 85th percentile, ranked at 22,848 with 4133 points, I am just trying to survive this difficult event to call without the star players.
I have three guys who can score, so it might work out alright.
Thanks for visiting.
Thomas[ NFL Mikee] Moreland