leaders in the clubhouse the south african
charl schwartzel, champion in 2011, and the Korean
Sungjae Imleader after the first day, both with 141 (-3).
21:05Tiger Woods He didn’t take away the rigidity of the course on this second day with a striking and gust of wind: four bogeys in the first five holes: he had +3 overall, now at the cut limit.
21:04Sergio Garcia He just finished his second round with 74 strokes for 146. The man from Castellón was able to finish off two birdies after signing a painful triple bogey on the 11th hole, the first on Amen Corner. Great recovery and lap finish for the 2017 champion.
ONLY TWO PLAYERS HAVE FINISHED BELOW THE PAIR TODAYCharl Schwartzel finished the round with 69 shots (3 under par) and Christiaan Bezuidenhout with 71 (1 under par).
THE BIRDIE OF RAHM IN 14Big 3 from Jon, taking the field to everyone. -1 a day.
SERGIO, ON THE EDGE OF RAZORGarcía is at +4 with two more holes and now the cut is at +5
BIRDIE AKOSungjae Im signed 2 in the 16th and matched Willett in the lead.
WILLETT, SOLO LEADERDanny Willett led the Masters with a -4. He’s just starting his round, we’ll see when he reaches the tough holes how he responds.
CALVARY OF SPIETH AT 12A cursed hole for the American, who crashed in 2016 and threw the Masters with a quadruple bogey. This time, he crossed the sea twice … triple bogey for him.
THE BOGEY OF RAHM AT 12Complex exit from the bunker for the Spaniard, who was +2 overall, now at par of the field.
THE BOGEY OF THE TIGER IN 1Woods didn’t get off to a good start in this second round. Yesterday he only made two bogeys and today he debuted his card with one.
19:54the south africa
charl schwartzel he’s the best on the day at the moment with a return of 69: -3 on the day.
19:51Like yesterday’s session, the wind was the main protagonist, making it hard for golfers to come back.
19:49Welcome to the live narration of the second day of the Augusta Masters!
Source: La Verdad
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