Kelly still in second at rain delayed Canadian Open
OAKVILLE, Ontario (AP) -- Madison native Jerry Kelly played only six holes today and is still in a two way tie for second place. Jason Dufner has a one-stroke lead over Anthony Kim after play was suspended in the third round of the Canadian Open. The water-logged tournament will now spill over into Monday -- and maybe even Tuesday.
Play began Sunday morning in sunny conditions on the Glen Abbey course saturated by daily rain, but lightning forced the players off the course at 10:15 a.m.
After another round of lightning and heavy rain and hours trying to get the layout in shape to resume, play was called for the day at 4:25 p.m.
Dufner was 14 under with 12 holes left in the third round. Kim played nine holes in 4 under to pull within a stroke.
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