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Kuchar fights dizzy spells at Canadian Open

29 Juillet 2017

"But when I did drive it in the fairway, I had good holes".

"I've had plenty of time to get over the travel", said Kuchar, who made a double-bogey six at the third and bogeyed his penultimate hole, the eighth.

The seven-times PGA Tour victor shook off the dizzy spells, including one which came while he was marking a ball, to card a one-under-par 71 that left him six shots back of the clubhouse leaders.

That left the Venezuelan among a pack of 11 golfers one stroke back of American co-leaders Hudson Swafford, Matt Every, Brandon Hagy, Kevin Chappell and Ollie Schniederjans.

Kuchar was six strokes behind leaders Kevin Chappell, Matt Every, Hudson Swafford, Brandon Hagy and Ollie Schniederjans in the round that was suspended because of darkness after afternoon play was interrupted for almost two hours by lightning and rain.

World Golf Hall of Famer Singh, a three-time major champion, has 34 career wins but has not won a US PGA event since taking the 2008 Deutsche Bank Championship on his way to the season money crown.

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"The course is flawless", said Flores, winless on the PGA Tour. "To come over here and play, you've got to bring it".

Singh, a 34-times victor on the PGA Tour who has not triumphed since 2008, is off to his best tournament start all season after opening with a 66.

Woodland, who played the back nine first, carded 10 birdies and one bogey and at one point had a string of six consecutive birdies.

But Woodland followed with six birdies in a row, the most impressive of them being a 26-foot chip from a bunker at the 18th. "But you've got three par 5s in the middle of that stretch, so drove the golf ball in play and gave myself a lot of chances". He would tap in for birdie.

"I had everything clicking", Woodland said. "I hit driver, 3-wood on 1 and couldn't even reach the green, and three-putted".

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Kuchar fights dizzy spells at Canadian Open