Dustin Johnson is in contention to bounce back from his disappointment at The Open after putting himself in contention at the RBC Canadian Open.
The world number one shot a seven under 65 on the second day at Glenn Abbey to create a four-way share of the lead heading into the final day of the tournament.
Johnson grabbed three successive birdies on the opening three holes and rebounded from a pair of bogeys on the back nine with a run of two birdies and an eagle.
Two shots. 766 yards.
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That saw him move to 17 under overall, alongside Kevin Tway, Byeong Hun An and Whee Kim at the top of the leaderboard.
“I like the golf course, I feel like my game’s in really good form, I’ve got a lot of confidence in it,” said Johnson.
“I’m going to have to go out and play really well tomorrow. There’s definitely low numbers out here. There’s a lot of guys right around the lead and somebody’s going to go shoot low. Hopefully it’s me.”
44 foot putt. Tied for the lead.
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Second round leader Tway shot a 68 as he looks to follow in the footsteps of father Bob, who won the same event 15 years ago. An fired a 66, while Kim finished with a 67.