PGA Tour Vedanta Mexico Open second round:Rahm breaks through and leads Pan Zhengcong T18_Total Score_First Round_Player

Facebook
Twitter
LinkedIn
Pinterest
Pocket
WhatsApp

Original title: Second round of PGA Tour Vedanta Mexico Open: Ram breaks through two shots to lead Pan Zhengcong T18

Source: PGA Tour PGATOUR public account

On April 30th, Beijing time, the second round of the new PGA Tour event, the Vedanta Mexico Open, was over. “The King of Spain” Jon Rahm made a 66 (-5) to break through the siege and ranked first in the leaderboard with a total score of -12, with an advantage of 2 strokes. This season’s rookie Alex Smalley ranks second alone at -10. A total of six players, including Patrick Reed and Cameron Champ, were three shots behind in T3.

After two rounds, the promotion line was -2. Pan Zhengcong (-6, T18), local players Carlos Ortiz (-3, T47), Abraham Ancer (-2, T58) and others successfully advanced.

After the second round of the Korn Ferry Tour-Huntsville Championship, the cut line is E. Dou Zecheng (-6, T5) and Zhang Xinjun (E, T53) successfully advanced; Yuan Yechun (+8) failed to advance. Leader Eric Barnes had a -11 overall.

Rahm breaks out and leads alone

It was Jon Rahm who successfully broke through the six tied leaders in the first round. The current world No. 2 “Spain King” made an 8 bird and 3 bogey 66 (-5) in the second round, and the total score came to – 12, led the field alone with a 2-shot advantage.

(Rahm starts with a birdie)

Lahm felt hot this round, made birdies at the start, and made birdies on all four par-5 holes, and did not miss a good opportunity to score points.

Read Also  Ulsan Seol Young-woo, Korea Football Association's 2021 Young Player of the Year

The wind in the second round was much faster than in the first round. He shot a 64 (-7) in the first round. He said: “I feel that I am more satisfied with today’s scorecard. Yesterday was relatively less stressful, and today it was more difficult, but still Had a good performance.”

(Ram keeps catching birds)

Rahm’s putting performance struggled early in the season, but he regained his touch this week, ranking sixth in putting points (4.092) after 36 holes.

Combined with a strong tee shot (3.485 tee score, 3rd in the field) and hardcore play (80.56% greens on par, ranked T5), Rahm is expected to go a step further on Mobile Day to win the season’s first win.

(Ram attacks the flag with precision, then catches the bird)

“I’ve been playing really well this week,” Rahm said. “I don’t have anything to complain about so far. I hope I can continue to hit the ball and putt well.”

Rahm, who is making his PGA Tour debut in Mexico, is expected to break a championship drought since winning the U.S. Open last June.

Leaderboard

PGA Tour rookie Alex Smalley also shot a 66 (-5) this round for a total score of -10. He jumped up nine places to sit alone in second place by two strokes.

(Smolly tee-off strong, then birdied the hole)

In the strong wind of the second round, there was a “big shuffle” in the front of the leaderboard. Six players, including Patrick Reed, Cameron Champ and one of the first-round leaders, Trey Mullins, are three shots behind the leader in T3.

Read Also  Changsuek U23 practicing during the last curve before the start of the field

Davis Riley, who had his best 65 of the round (-6), and five other players were four shots behind the leader in T9.

The best ball of the round was once again presented by Thai player Chiladeke Afeibarat, who made a birdie on the 15th hole, which he had made a hole-in-one in the first round. He is currently in T18 with a -6 overall.

(Pan Zhengcong T18)

After two rounds, the promotion line is -2, Pan Zhengcong (-6, T18), Tony Feiner (-3, T47), Gary Woodland (-3, T47), Wu Biyuan (-3, T47); local players Alvaro Ortiz (-5, T25), Carlos Ortiz (-3, T47), Abraham Ancer (-2, T58) and others successfully advanced.

Tournament trio

The Korn Ferry Tour-Huntsville Championship, held at the same time, ended the second round.

After a roller coaster round, Dou Zecheng made a 70 (E) with 6 birds and 6 bogeys, and his ranking dropped to T5. He is -6 overall, five shots behind leader Eric Barnes.

Dou Zecheng was disappointed that he couldn’t keep his form, but he thought he was still very hopeful to win the championship. If he wins, he will have more than 900 points in the standings, ensuring he can return to the PGA Tour next season. Compatriot Yuan Yichun has entered the PGA Tour, although Xiao Yuan shot a 75 (+5) in the second round on Friday for a total score of +8 and failed to make the cut (the cut line is E).

(Zhang Xinjun T53)

Zhang Xinjun shot 73 (+3) in this round, and ranked T53 with a total score of E, and advanced to the weekend competition by pressing the line.Return to Sohu, see more

Read Also  This leaves Conte with Tottenham... Tottenham to receive 230 billion won investment

Editor:

Disclaimer: The opinions of this article only represent the author himself, Sohu is an information publishing platform, and Sohu only provides information storage space services.

Facebook
Twitter
LinkedIn
Pinterest
Pocket
WhatsApp

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Recent News

Editor's Pick