1. Conners, Hughes stay in the hunt at the Open  TSN
  2. THE OPEN: Eagle lifts Canadian Conners to second-round 68  Toronto Sun
  3. Canada's Mackenzie Hughes in hunt as normalcy returns to British Open  CBC.ca
  4. Hughes stays within striking distance at The Open  TSN
  5. THE OPEN: Canadians in contention at season's last major  Toronto Sun
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Another day and more Canadians playing well at a major. Corey Conners and Mac Hughes moved Maple Leafs up the leaderboard at the Open Championship on Friday. Conners signed for a 2-under 68 and Hughes a 1-under 69. The sit at 4- and 5-under for 36 holes, well within striking distance of top spot.

Bob Weeks: Conners, Hughes stay in the hunt at the Open - TSN.ca

No major championship epitomizes the random nature of the game of golf like the Open Championship.

McCARTHY: Oosthuizen hangs on to Open lead; Canadians Hughes, Conners in contention | Toronto Sun

McCARTHY: Oosthuizen hangs on to Open lead; Canadians Hughes, Conners in contention | Toronto Sun

Mackenzie Hughes of Dundas, Ont. was in a three-way tie for fourth place with Dylan Frittell and Stewart Cink, the 2009 champion at Turnberry, after 66s Thursday at the British Open.Mackenzie Hughes of Dundas, Ont. was in a three-way tie for fourth place with Dylan Frittell and Stewart Cink, the 2009 champion at Turnberry, after 66s Thursday at the British Open.

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Corey Conners waited until fans back home had a chance to wake up before producing some magic at Royal St George’s in his second round at the The Open…

THE OPEN: Eagle lifts Canadian Conners to second-round 68 | Toronto Sun

THE OPEN: Eagle lifts Canadian Conners to second-round 68 | Toronto Sun

Mackenzie Hughes and Corey Conners are earning a reputation for playing their best golf at their biggest tournaments.

THE OPEN: Canadians in contention at season's last major | Toronto Sun