10 Birdies Disembo, Hero World Challenge 2R Lead
Enter 2021.12.04 (08:34)
Bryson Dishampo (USA), who suffered the humiliation of not being able to catch a single birdie in a match match against Brooks Koepka (USA) 7 days ago, swept 10 birdies in a day.
De Chambeau hit an 8-under 64 in the second round of the Hero World Challenge ($3.5 million total prize money) held at the Albany Golf Club (par 72) in the Bahamas on the 4th (Korean time).
DeChambo made a whopping 10 birdies. There were 4 birdie shows in the first half and 6 birdie shows in the second half.
The 16th hole (par 4) double bogey was Jade’s tee.
De Shambo, who had only hit 3-under the previous day, took the lead with a mid-total 11-under 133.
Kepka (USA), who had a KO victory over Dishampo in the ‘Angel Showdown’, reduced 5 strokes to 2nd place by 1 stroke.
Kepka and De Shambo opened up the possibility of a face-to-face match in the same group in the fourth round.
“It would be nice to play in the same group,” said De Chambeau.
Kepka responded, “I already proved everything last week (that I’m better),” and said, “It’s good if we get back together.”
Colin Morikawa (USA), who will be ranked number 1 in the world if he wins this tournament, and Tony Finau (USA) with his billionaire friend who is worth 1.8 trillion won as caddy, also shot 6-under 66 to win the title by hitting a 6-under 66. pursued with another vehicle.
Round 1 leader Daniel Berger (USA) finished 5th (9-under 135) with a 3-under 69 shot.
Rory McIlroy (Northern Ireland) also slipped to a tie for 8th (7-under 137) by reducing only one stroke.
In defense of the title, 2019 champion Henrik Stenson (Sweden) shot a 3-over-par 75, placing him last among 20 players.
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