Johnson chasing Cup

Spallumcheen Golf and Country Club pro Myles Johnson tied for 31st place after two rounds of the Quebec PGA’s Rogers Canada Cup Friday.

Spallumcheen Golf and Country Club pro Myles Johnson sat in a tie for 31st place after two rounds of the Quebec PGA’s $150,000 Rogers Canada Cup Friday.

Johnson followed his opening round 3-over 75 Thursday with a 1-under 71 a day later to sit at 2-over heading into round 3 Saturday at the Blainvillier Golf Club, near Laval.

Kyle German of Surrey’s Northview G&CC topped the leaderboard at 6-under with rounds of 66-72.

Lindsay Wilson of Royal Montreal (71-68) and Ontario’s Bill Walsh were tied for second at 5-under.

The winner pockets $30,000, with second and third place finishers earning $16,450 and $10,900 respectively.

The final round goes today.

Meanwhile, Coldstream’s Chris McEachran-Law has missed the cut in the Canadian Juniors at Osprey Ridge Golf Club in Bridgewater, N.S.

McEachran-Law opened with a 6-over 77, then stumbled to a 12-over 83 in round 2.