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OAKVILLE, ONTARIO (AP) - Hunter Mahan gave up the lead in the Canadian Open when his wife went into labor, and Brandt Snedeker grabbed the top spot a few hours later Saturday.
Mahan was 13 under after two rounds when he got a call before he was scheduled to tee off Saturday saying wife Kandi had gone into labor. The American rushed to the airport for a flight to Texas.
Snedeker had a 9-under 63 at Glen Abbey to take the lead after the rain-delayed third round. He won the Pebble Beach National Pro-Am in February for his fifth PGA Tour victory.
Sweden’s David Lingmerth was a stroke back after a 65, and Matt Kuchar and Jason Bohn were 12 under. Kuchar had a 64, and Bohn shot 66. Dustin Johnson also shot 63, good for a tie for fifth at 11 under with John Merrick (72), Greg Owen (67), Charley Hoffman (67) and Kyle Stanley (66).
SENIOR BRITISH OPEN
SOUTHPORT, England (AP) _ Germany’s Bernhard Langer took three-shot lead in the Senior British Open, mastering Royal Birkdale with superb links play for a 4-under 66.
Langer, the 2010 winner at Carnoustie, had a 9-under 201 total.
South Africa’s David Frost was second after a 68. American Mark Wiebe, tied for second round lead with Langer, had a 70 to drop four strokes back.
U.S. GIRLS’ JUNIOR
FORT WAYNE, Ind. (AP) _ Gabriella Then won the U.S. Girls’ Junior, spoiling Lakareber Abe’s bid to become the first black female individual champion in U.S. Golf Association history.
Then, the 17-year-old Upland, Calif., player who will be a freshman at Southern California, beat Abe 2 and 1 in the 36-hole final at Sycamore Hills.
The 17-year-old Abe, from Angleton, Texas, missed a chance to join Tiger Woods, Bill Wright and Alton Duhon as the only black individual winners in USGA play.
U.S. JUNIOR AMATEUR
TRUCKEE, Calif. (AP) _ Scottie Scheffler won the U.S. Junior Amateur, beating Davis Riley 3 and 2 in the 36-hole final at Martis Camp Club.
The 17-year-old Scheffler, from Dallas, won the last four holes.
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