the american Bailey Tardy took the lead at the US Open this Friday, a ‘major’ in which the Spanish Carlota Ciganda and Azahara Muñoz narrowly missed the weekend cut. In Pebble Beach, located in California on the edge of the Pacific Ocean, the cut was established at +6 after two rounds, precisely the accumulated record presented by Ciganda and Muñoz.
Ciganda, who was third in the PGA Championship, signed a +4 card in the second round (one birdie and five bogeys) for a total of +6, while Muñoz managed a +3 (two birdies and five bogeys) to get to +6. Along with them, the other Hispanic representative who will continue to compete in this ‘big’ will be the Mexican Gaby López, with +2 this Friday (four birdies and six bogeys) and +5 in total.
Far from the Spanish and the Mexican is Tardy, who shone on the second day with a -4 (an eagle, four birdies and two bogeys) that put him at -7 in total. Two strokes away in the standings (-5 in total) are his compatriot Allisen Corpuz and the South Korean Hyo Joo Kim. Only six golfers are below par heading into the weekend.
Finally, The Spanish Teresa Toscano (+9 in total) did not make the cut, the Panamanian Laura Sluman (+12), the Mexican María Fassi (+13), the Ecuadorian Daniela Darquea (+13) and the Paraguayan Milagros Chaves (+17).