After shooting two-under in his opening round Derby's Woody Austin has faltered on day two going five over par, dropping him to a tie for 52nd place at the Canadian Open.
Three bogeys on the back nine hurt Austin today as he dropped down the leaderboard; that's especially frustrating after he opened his second round with a birdie on the 10th hole. Woody is currently three over par with the cut line sitting at 4 over.
2008 Wichita Open winner Scott Piercy was in second place for most of today holing four birdies on the front nine. However his back nine was terrible as he shot 2 bogeys and one double bogey to finish even par for the day. He's currently tied for 19th place.
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