He American Justin Suh was placed this Friday in front of the Memorial Tournament at the Muirfield Village Golf Club in Dublin (Ohio, USA). while the Spanish Jon Rahm remains among the best, four strokes behind the leader.
With a -6 card this Friday (seven birdies and a bogey), Suh was at the top of the standings with an accumulated -8 after two days. His compatriot Davis Riley, who had been the best on Thursday with a -5, sank on this second day with a +6.
For his part, Rahm started Thursday with -2 and this Friday he also added -2 to place himself with -4 in total and in seventh position in the tournament tied with four other players (including Northern Ireland’s Rory McIlroy). The one from Barrika, who comes from a very complicated PGA Championship, recorded four birdies and two bogeys this Friday.
Far from the best and with many struggling to make the cut was the American Scottie Scheffler, current world number one and that he has been exchanging that privileged position at the head of world golf with Rahm all year. Scheffler presents an accumulated +3, just the cut of the tournament, after a +1 this Friday.
As for the rest of the Hispanic representatives apart from Rahm, the Argentine Emiliano Grillo has par after two days (+1 this Friday) while the Colombian Nico Echavarría did not draw the cut of the weekend.