Patrick Cantlay became head of RBC Heritage after the second day


The American Patrick Cantlay, with 133 accumulated strokes -9 under par-, takes over the lead of the PGA Tour RBC Heritage golf tournamentwho played this Friday in his second round, against his compatriot Cameron Young, and led fellow American Robert Streb, who finished second, by two hits.

Cantlay (66 67), ranked sixth in the world rankings, closed out his participation with four under par after adding 67 strokes at Harbor Town Golf Links in Hilton Head, South Carolina (USA), with a card on which he scored seven birdies for three bogeys that boosted him to the lead.

Streb (68 67) also finished the second round with four shots under par. after scoring five birdies for a bogey, which earned him second place, while Young (63 73) dropped to third after signing three birdies for as many bogeys and a double bogey -hole 4 par three- .

Colombian Camilo Villegas (71 67) got one of the best cards of the day, with four under par, and closed his day with six birdies for two bogeys, which sent him into the fourteenth. spot a shot from Chilean Joaquin Niemann (65). 72) and Mito Pereira (66 71), who was eighth.

Results after the second day

1. Patrick Cantlay (USA) -9 (66-67)
2. Robert Streb (USA) -7 (68-67)
3. Joel Dahmen (USA) -6 (69-67)
. Cameron Tringale (USA) -6 (69-67)
. Erik van Rooyen (RSA) -6 (69-67)
. Aaron Wise (USA) -6 (68-68)
. Cameron Young (USA) -6 (63-73)
8. Matt Kuchar (USA) -5 (68-69)
. Joaquin Niemann (CHI) -5 (65-72)
. Guillermo Pereira (CHI) -5 (66-71)
. Chad Ramey (USA) -5 (67-70)
. Jordan Spieth (USA) -5 (69-68)
. Sepp Straka (AUT) -5 (66-71)

Source: La Verdad


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