Rahm, tenth to five strokes behind leader Hovland

the norwegian Viktor Hovland is solo leader with a total of five under par after the second day of the Hero World Challenge played this Friday in New Providence (Bahams), in which the Spanish Jon Rahm is tenth, five impacts. Hovland, who reached the second round in New Providence as the leader, tied with the South Korean Tom Kim, the Austrian Sepp Straka and the American Colin Morikawa, delivered a 70-stroke cardone under par.

The best of the second day were the Americans Xander Schauffele and Scottie Scheffler, both with four under par, which allowed them to get to a single stroke of the lead. They are tied with Cameron Young and Colin Morikawa, while falling behind is Sepp Straka, who finished at two over par.

Rahm, after Thursday’s one over par, He achieved a one under par and is in tenth position, far from the leaders. He had a hard day and came up with one over par until the sixteenth hole, when achieved two ‘birdies’ to make up his performance.

The Hero World Challenge it is disputed until next Sunday in New Providence. The tournament was initially going to feature Tiger Woods, but the American decided to postpone his comeback due to plantar fasciitis.

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