Rafa Cabrera breaks away from the lead at the Wyndham Championship


the americans Brandon Wu and Ryan Moorealong with major South Korean promise Jooh-young Kim, share the leadership of the USPGA Tour’s Wyndham Championship on a day marked by electrical storms and where Rafa Cabrera dropped to 39th place, six shots off the lead.

“If you had told me yesterday after the first hole where I would be after two days, I would take it well, so I’m pretty happy,” said Kim, who quadruple-bogeyed this par 4 yesterday.

This time, the 20-year-old, who is on the rise – he won two Asian Tour titles and tied for third at the Scottish Open in July – he played his opening round well, making seven birdies and conceding only one bogey.

He is -9, as are his teammates Wu and Moore.and he was ahead of another trio: two other Americans, Russell Henley and John Huh, who had led the day before, and another South Korean, Sung-jae Im.

Cabrera signed a card of 72 hits for a total of 137 (-3).

Sorting after the second day

1. Joohyung Kim (KOR) -9 (67-64)
. Ryan Moore (USA) -9 (65-66)
. Brandon Wu (USA) -9 (64-67)
4. Russell Henley (USA) -8 (67-65)
. John Huh (USA) -8 (61-71)
. Sung-Jae Im (KOR) -8 (63-69)
7. Anirban Lahiri (IND) -7 (66-67)
. Brian Stuart (USA) -7 (65-68)
. Davis Riley (USA) -7 (67-66)
10. Brett Drewitt (AUS) -6 (67-67)
. Satoshi Kodaira (JPN) -6 (68-66)
. Blake McShea (USA) -6 (69-65)
. Andrew Putnam (USA) -6 (70-64)
. Martin Trainer (USA) -6 (67-67)

​Rafa Cabrera (ESP) -3 (65-72)

Source: La Verdad


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