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Delahoussaye is leading the Canadian Open

Brent Delahoussaye is leading the Canadian Open by two shots.

The 29 year old golfer, who is making his 14 start in a PGA event, shot an 8-under par 62 yesterday at St Georges Golf and Country Club, to match the Canadian Open record.

Only four other golfers have shot 62 in the Canadian Open; Leonard Thompson in 1981, Andy Bean in 1983, Greg Norman in 1986 and Hunter Mahon in 2007.

In near perfect weather condition, his round included an eagle, seven birdies and a bogey, to also break the course record of 64, set by Canadian George Knudson in 1968.

"I've been hitting it well. I was just getting in my own way," Delahoussaye said. "Today, I was like, you know what, `I'm just going to go out there and play. This course doesn't set up good for me, so I'm just going to go out there with a good attitude and not worry about it.' And look where I am now."

Vance Veale and Brock Mackenzie are both tying for second place, having shot 64. They are followed by a large group of golfers who shot 65, Hunter Mahon, Dean Wilson, Charley Hoffman, Jimmy Walker, Rich Barcelo, Steve Wheatcroft, Spencer Levin, Daniel Chopra and Brian Stuard

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