Scheffler, Stallings and Hossler, co-leaders in the Colonial


Scheffler, Stallings and Hossler, co-leaders in the Colonial

The number 1 in the world, scottie schefflersigned 65 strokes, five under par, on Friday to share the lead in the second round of Challenge by Charles Schwabnasa Colonialwith the Scott Stallings and Beau Hossler (all -9). Stallings hit 64 to tie the lowest round of the day and Hossler also hit 65 to climb the co-lead.

patrick tambo he was in fourth place in the 8-under after his second consecutive round of 66. even perez (66) at Chris Kirk (67) tied for fifth with 7 under.

Scheffler he was the only player on the course who, after 36 holes, had not yet scored a bogey. “I love that stat. I’m so happy,” he said. “I stayed away from stress. My putt was really good even though the only long putt I did was for the 7th hole,” he added. The Masters champion made two of his five birdies on his first two holes and drained a nearly 25-foot right-to-left birdie putt on the par-four 12th hole.

For its part, stalling he signed six birdies and no bogeys for a 64. Four of those birdies came behind nine, including a long putt on the 18th. to him.said Stallings.

Hossler, who pocketed two eagles in Thursday’s round, had an easier round on Friday of five birdies and no bogeys. the norwegian Victor Hovland (65), Australian Cam Davis (68), Harold Varner III (68), Max McGreevy (66) at Davis-Riley (67) tied for seventh place with six under par.

The other well -known players who made the -1 cut were Webb Simpson and Jordan Spieth (-5), luke donald (-two), Tony Finau (-1), Rickie Fowler (-1), the defending champion Jason Kokrack (pair) and Colin Morikawa (+1). The PGA Championship champion justin thomas signed +3 and will not play on the weekend.

Classification after the second round (par 70)

1. Scott Stallings (USA) 131 (67-64)
1. Beau Hossler (USA) 131 (66-65)
1. Scottie Scheffler (USA) 131 (66-65)
4. Patrick Reed (USA) 132 (66-66)
5. Pat Perez (USA) 133 (67-66)
5. Chris Kirk (USA) 133 (66-67)
7. Mac McGreevy (USA) 134 (68-66)
7. Davis Riley (USA) 134 (67-67)
7. Cam Davis (Australia) 134 (66-68)
7. Viktor Hovland (Norway) 134 (69-65)
7. Harold Varner III (United States) 134 (66-68)

Source: La Verdad


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