Live blog: Play suspended for day at RBC Canadian Open

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Live blog: Play suspended for day at RBC Canadian Open

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Live blog: Play suspended for day at RBC Canadian Open

The PGA Tour is in Ontario, Canada, for the RBC Canadian Open at Glen Abbey.

We tracked all of Thursday’s first-round action. Look back at what you may have missed…

How to follow the action:

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RBC Canadian Open tracker

UPDATE NO. 15 (9:23 p.m. ET):  Play has been suspended for the day due to darkness. Here’s a recap of Day 1 at Glen Abbey.

UPDATE NO. 14 (8:21 p.m. ET): Dustin Johnson bogeys 14 but birdies 17 and is in with 5-under 67. Jhonattan Vegas overcame a double bogey early in his back nine, as the defending champion fires a 6-under 66 to sit one off the lead.

UPDATE NO. 13 (7:03 p.m. ET): Ryan Ruffels birdies Nos. 13-14 and 16-18 to go out in 5-under 32. He heads to his final nine of the day just two off the lead! This young Aussie has immense talent.

UPDATE NO. 12 (6:55 p.m. ET): Dustin Johnson is entertaining. After starting bogey-bogey on the back nine, he has gone birdie-eagle to rocket to 5 under with five to play. He’s now just two back. But Matt Every could move the lead higher than 7 under, as he’s birdied three straight to reach that number. He has four holes to play.

UPDATE NO. 11 (5:56 p.m. ET): Dustin Johnson dropped in the rough from his tee shot position and hit his approach into a back bunker. He blasted out to 14 feet and missed the putt. That’s a bogey and he falls to 3 under.

UPDATE NO. 10 (5:40 p.m. ET): Play has resumed!

UPDATE NO. 9 (5:04 p.m. ET): Play is scheduled to resume at 5:40 p.m. ET.

UPDATE NO. 8 (4:46 p.m. ET): Oh Dustin … (We are still in delay, by the way.)

UPDATE NO. 7 (3:51 p.m. ET): Play has been suspended at the Canadian Open. The delay commenced at 3:45 p.m. ET due to a dangerous situation.

UPDATE NO. 6 (3:23 p.m. ET): Dustin Johnson, the World No. 1, seems to be back on track. Birdies at Nos. 2, 3, 6 and 7 have him 4 under early. A birdie at No. 9 puts him out in 5-under 30. He’s quickly gaining on the lead.

UPDATE NO. 5 (2:40 p.m. ET): A live look at the leaderboard. We’ve got co-leaders at 7-under 65. Several others are in with scores in the mid-60s.

UPDATE NO. 4 (2:18 p.m. ET): Kuch battles his way to a 1-under 71.

UPDATE NO. 3 (12:01 p.m. ET): Look who’s one off the lead … Bubba Watson! Birdies at Nos. 3 and 4 move him to 6 under for the round (he started on No. 10). He’s one back of K.J. Choi. Watson was co-leading before Choi just birdied No. 6 to move to 7 under.

UPDATE NO. 2 (10:49 a.m. ET): Andres Gonzales (through 13) and Tyrone Van Aswegen (through 12) are tied for the lead at 6 under. Charley Hoffman (5 under through 11) is one back. Keegan Bradley (4 under through 10) is among those just two shots back.

UPDATE NO. 1 (9:50 a.m. ET): Birdies are flying at Glen Abbey! Andres Gonzales (through 10) and Hudson Swafford (through seven) are tied for the lead at 5 under. Smylie Kaufman was 5 under through five. He’s cooled off since with a double bogey but is still 4 under through eight.

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