01/27/2023 at 06:05


    The Spaniard shone with a -5 on the second day of the Farmers Insurance Open and compensates for yesterday’s +1

    Sam Ryder, in the lead with a cumulative of -12 after the two days and with the Argentine Tano Goya third with -7

    After a very complicated first day and which left him far from the best, the Spaniard jon rahm reacted in a big way this Thursday to make the cut at the Farmers Insurance Open, a tournament led after two days by American Sam Ryder.

    Rahm, who suffered on Wednesday with a +1 on the south course (the most difficult) of this tournament held in San Diego (California, USA), took advantage of the fact that this Thursday he was competing on the north course (the most affordable) and He had a -5 card with an eagle, five birdies and two bogeys. Thanks to this recital, the Spaniard now has an accumulated -4 and will continue fighting at the Farmers Insurance Open to extend an excellent start to the year in which he has already won two tournaments.

    In the head, ryder, who had finished the first day in front along with two other golfers, opened a gap in the second round with a -4 on the south course and now has a -12 overall. your compatriot Brendan Steele (-9 accumulated) follows him in the second position while in third place appears the Argentine Tano Goyafantastic with a -5 on the north course for a -7 after two rounds.

    Rahm and Goya, both with -5, were the best golfers on this windy Thursday in San Diego. The Argentines Augusto Núñez (-3 in total) and Emiliano Grillo (-2 accumulated) and the Venezuelan Jhonattan Vegas (-1 after two days) also made the cut. Instead, the Colombians Nico Echavarría, Sebastián Muñoz and Camilo Villegas were left out of the last two rounds.