Jon Rahm suffered and lost first place to Mathieu Pavon at the Spanish Open

Date: Rahm, triple champion of the Spanish Open, suffered a lot on the second day of the championship held in Villa de Madrid Country Club and finished the course in 72 strokes, one over par, with an aggregate score of -3, a record that would see him on the third day away from the lead held by the Frenchman. Mathieu Pavon with -11.

He ‘Lion of the Barrika‘, who pleased the masses of fans on the first day and the good play he showed on the Madrid field, ended the second day with a completely different expression. Dissatisfied and not feeling well, he finished the course with a card of 72 strokes, one over par, and a cumulative score of 139 (-3).

Rahm He teed off on the 1st hole and knew from the start that it wasn’t going to be his day. He bogeyed the first hole and didn’t make a birdie until the seventh, the only one on the course. At eleven he got stuck again and made another bogey, from which he did not recover until the end, being inaccurate on the last few holes.

The Spanish golfer, the center of all eyes on Villa de Madrid Country Clubplayed every hole under the watchful eyes of many fans who followed in his footsteps, although in smaller numbers than the previous day, when the Columbus Day holiday brought a greater public influx.

Rahm shared a game with his countryman Rafa Cabrera Bello, champion in 2021, who also didn’t have his best day. He finished the course in 69 strokes, two under par, although with three bogeys. In total, a cumulative -3.

The best of the day is again Mathieu pavon, which remains the leader for the second consecutive day. The Frenchman did not have as good a day as before but he managed to maintain the lead with solvency with a card of 68 strokes (three under par) making a cumulative score of -11.

The Dutchman followed behind Wil Besseling with ten under par, both Indian records Shubhankar Sharmathird.

One of the surprises of the day is Alfredo Garcia Heredia, who on the first day already showed his credentials with two under par and on this second day he reached seven, signing a cumulative score of 133 strokes (-9).

The Asturian completed the course on the second day with seven birdies and felt very good, passing the fourth cut, which is in the top ten.

Another star in the tournament, English Justin Rosewin count Rahm and with Europe from the latest edition of Ryder Cupmade the cut with a total of four under par.

The Briton, who did not find his best game on the first day and finished with par, became more comfortable on the grass on the second day and, with five birdies and a bogey, finished with -4.

Source: La Verdad


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