Ancaster, ON (Sports Network) - Robert Garrigus fired a 6-under 64 on Saturday
to take a 1-stroke lead after three rounds of the Canadian Open.
Garrigus, who will go for his second PGA Tour win on Sunday, finished 54 holes
at 16-under-par 194.
His total of 194 broke the tournament's 54-hole scoring record. Arnold Palmer
first set the mark of 195 in 1955 and Dean Wilson matched that total in 2010.
Second-round leader William McGirt posted his second straight 66 to end three
rounds at minus-15. Scott Piercy, who led after round one, shot 67 for the
second day in a row and is alone in third at 14-under-par 196.
Scott Stallings and Chris Kirk both fired 7-under 63s Saturday. They share
fourth place at minus-12 with Bo Van Pelt, who posted a 67 at Hamilton Golf &
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