LONDON, Ont. -- Eugene Wong fired a 6-under 66 to share the second-round lead with Mark Hubbard at the Tour Championship of Canada on Friday.
Wong, the defending champion from North Vancouver, B.C., tied for the best round of the day while Hubbard kept pace with a 5-under 67 at the PGA Tour Canada event.
"The putting was working today, so I was making all the key birdie putts and all the par-savers," said Wong, who won last year's tournament with a dramatic walk-off eagle from the fairway on the 72nd hole.
"I guess I like playing well at the last tournament and trying to finish the season off with a bang."
Cold, windy conditions greeted the players in London as play resumed following a suspension of the first round due to darkness. Hubbard, who won The Wildfire Invitational two weeks ago, said the tough conditions tested his patience.
"It played really tough out there," said Hubbard. "It was cold and the wind was swirling all over the place. It was fast and firm again, and you could get in some spots that were brutal."
Two shots behind the trio at 8-under par was London's own Andrew Parr, who was 3-under par for his round before play was suspended.