Furyk holds lead at Canadian Open
MONTREAL -- Jim Furyk moved into position for his third Canadian Open victory, shooting a 5-under 65 on Saturday to take a three-stroke lead at Royal Montreal.
The 44-year-old Furyk, the 2006 winner at Hamilton and 2007 champion at Angus Glen, had a 15-under 195 total after opening with rounds of 67 and 63. He won the last of his 16 PGA Tour titles in 2010.
Coming off a final-round 65 in a fourth-place finish last week in the British Open last Sunday, Furyk has had only one bogey -- on the fourth hole of the first round -- at Royal Montreal. He leads the field in greens in regulation, hitting 45 of 54 greens, and his tied for third in fairways hit at 33 of 42.
After shooting a first-round 65 and nearing the top of the leaderboard on Thursday, Kent State alum Taylor Pendrith shot a 75 on Friday, then rebounded on Saturday with a 68. He is at 2-under for the tournament. Fellow former Golden Flashes standout Ben Curtis sits at 3-under (67-70-70).
Dillon races to first Nationwide win
INDIANAPOLIS -- Ty Dillon pulled away from Kyle Busch down the stretch Saturday at Indianapolis Motor Speedway to win for the first time in the Nationwide Series.
Dillon passed Busch off the final restart with 25 laps and held on for his first victory in 31 career starts in NASCAR's second-tier series.
Busch made a hard charge in the final three laps but failed in a bid to win at the Brickyard for the second straight year. Matt Kenseth was third, followed by Kevin Harvick and Joey Logano.
Harvick wins yet another pole at IMS
INDIANAPOLIS -- Kevin Harvick has won the pole for the Brickyard 400 with a dominating qualifying run at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
Harvick was fastest in all three sessions of NASCAR's knockout qualifying, and bested Sprint Cup Series points leader Jeff Gordon for the top starting spot in today's race.
Harvick turned a lap at 188.470 mph in the final round of Saturday qualifying to put his Stewart-Haas Racing Chevrolet on the front row.
Gordon was second at 187.770.
Brad Keselowski was third and defending race winner Ryan Newman fourth to set the second row.
It's the fourth pole of the season for Harvick, who won the Brickyard in 2003.
Brian Vickers qualified fourth. Tony Stewart was fifth and followed by Kurt Busch as Stewart-Haas drivers took three of the top seven spots.