Scott Piercy shares the lead after two rounds of the Canadian Open, yet he's not enjoying himself.
''This golf course takes the juices out of it for me,'' Piercy said Friday after following his opening 8-under 62 with a 67 to match the tournament 36-hole scoring record at 11-under 129.
Williams McGirt shares the lead after a 67 in the second round on the classic Harry S. Colt-designed course.
Robert Garrigus was two strokes back after a 66, and Bo Van Pelt was 9 under after a 66. Tim Clark, Vijay Singh and Josh Teater were 8 under. Clark had a 62, Singh shot 67, and Teater 65.
Bud Cauley had a 63 to join Troy Matteson and Camilo Villegas at 7 under. Villegas had a 64, and Matteson shot 68.
British Open champion Ernie Els missed the cut with rounds of 72 and 70.
The tight, tree-lined layout demands precision and often forces players to play it safe.
''This golf is boring golf for me,'' said Piercy, the Reno-Tahoe Open winner last year for hi...