3 PGA players, including Schaeffler Hoblan Connors, tied for the lead over the LIV group

Three PGA players, including Scotty Scheffler, who ranked second in the men’s golf world ranking, tied for the lead in the second round of the PGA Championship, the second major tournament of the season. Unlike the first round, the players from LIV, who started to challenge for the championship again after the Masters, faltered somewhat.

Schaeffler recorded 2 under par 68 with 4 birdies and 2 bogeys in the second round of the tournament held on the 20th (Korean time) at Oak Hill CC (par 70, 7380 yards) in Rochester, New York, USA. Scheffler tied for first place with

Victor Hovlan (Norway) and Cory Connors (Canada) with an interim total of 5 under par.

Scheffler made birdies on holes 1, 2, 14, and 15 and bogeyed holes 7 and 18. Connors reduced two strokes and Hoblan three strokes to join the lead.

Rory McIlroy shakes hands with Gallery as he exits the 6th hole. [AP]

The players of LIV, backed by the capital of Saudi Arabia’s sovereign wealth fund, are closely following him.

Bryson Dishambeau (USA), one of LIV’s leading stars, lost a team hit, but tied for fourth place with a 3 under par 137 strokes with Korean-American Justin Suh, and Brooks Koepka, a ‘major hunter’ who is also playing in LIV, finished the day’s best 4 He hit the under and jumped 32 places to tie for 6th place with an interim total of 2 under par.카지노사이트

World No. 3 Rory McIlroy (Northern Ireland) tied for 10th with Lee Min-woo (Australia) at an even par.

Lee Gyeong-hoon was the only Korean player to survive.

On this day, Lee Gyeong-hoon reduced two strokes with three birdies and one bogey to pass the cut with a 1-over par of 141 strokes and a tie for 19th place.

Kim Si-woo tied for 77th with a 6-over par and 146 strokes, Kim Joo-hyung finished the tournament with an 8-over par (tied for 98th), Yang Yong with an 11-over par (tied for 122nd), and Lim Seong-jae with a 13-over par (tied for 135th). Lim Seong-jae returned from participating in a domestic competition last week and was in a difficult situation physically and adapting to jet lag.

World No. 1 John Rahm (Spain) reduced two strokes on the day to pass the cut with a 4-over par of 144 and a tie for 48th place. His best friends, Jordan Spieth and Justin Thomas, side by side, managed to make it through the cut with 5-over pars to advance to the third round.

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