Sergio García gives himself an opportunity in Jeddah

The American Peter Uihlein is the new leader of the tournament in Jeddah (Saudi Arabia), belonging to the circuit LIV Golfand this Sunday he will face the last day with a stroke advantage over his compatriot and teammate ‘Smash GC’ Brooks Koepka and three on the Spanish Sergio García and the South African Charl Schwatzel.

Uihlein signed this Saturday a card of 63 shots (7 under par) at the Royal Greens Golf & Country Club, with an eagle and seven birdies (five in a row between holes 1 and 5) for a double bogey, and accumulates a total of 128 (-12) to take command in Jeddah, scene of the penultimate tournament of the new circuit and last in the individual modality.

Brooks Koepka, winner of four ‘majors’ before moving to this circuit, currently number 33 in the world and who became number 1 in October 2018, delivered a card of 67 hits (-3) to give command to his compatriot and co-worker. Sergio García is at three. The Spaniard made a 64 (-6) on day two to stay in contention tied for third with Charl Schwatzel.

In fifth place, the Mexican Abraham Ancer and the Englishman Paul Casey are tied. Both four behind the leader. By teams, the ‘Smash GC’ leads the table, with -30 totals, completed by Chase Koepka and Jason Kokrak, both with -5 after two rounds. Second with -24 is Garcia’s Fireballs, Ancer, the also Mexican Carlos Ortiz (-6) and another Spaniard, Eugenio López-Chacarra, winner last week in Bangkok and who marches with -4 with two rounds of 69 and 67 .

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