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PGA: Russell Henley alone in his world

Nothing and no one seems to be able to compete with American Russell Henley, who sits atop the Wyndham Championship after two rounds in Greensboro, NC.

The 32-year-old chopped off six shots at par of 70 during his second outing on the Sedgefield Country Club course, wedging seven birdies against a single boguey. He thus has a cumulative score of 126 (-14) after 36 holes.

“I just want to keep making good decisions and continue my work,” said the point guard, after his second day. So much can happen on this course, but I feel like I’m playing well. However, there is still a lot of golf ahead of us. I’m just excited to continue my good work. ”

Henley has a four-stroke priority over a trio of golfers, including Slovakian Rory Sabbatini, as well as Americans Webb Simpson and Scott Piercy.

The Canadian Mackenzie Hughes handed one of the best cards of the day, he who hit the ball 63 (-7) chances. The best ranked among the representatives of the maple leaf had started the day on par with par. He now occupies 12th place, tied with a host of opponents, seven strokes behind the leader.

For their part, Adam Hadwin and Roger Sloan share the 32nd position, with a few other participants, by virtue of a cumulative score of 135 (-5).

Nick Taylor and Michael Gligic will also be hitting the weekend rounds, who are one step behind Hadwin and Sloan.

LPGA: Ariya Jutanugarn well in control


PGA: Russell Henley alone in his world

Thailand’s Ariya Jutanugarn will start the Trust Golf Open weekend rounds firmly in the lead, finishing her second 18 hole with a score of 66, six strokes under par, in Scotland.

The 25-year-old stalled seven birdies, including five on his last 10 holes, and committed just one buggy on his second outing on the Dumbarnie Links course. She has a cumulative score of 135 (-9) after 36 holes.

The English Charley Hull, the Dane Emily Kristine and the Thai Atthaya Thitikul are the main chasers of the leader. They share second place with a total of 138 (-6).

The first-place holder at the end of the initial day of activities, crowd favorite Scottish Michele Thomson had a disastrous second round in which she played eight more strokes than par of 72. She is even passed within two strikes of being one of the victims of the ax.

No Canadian participating in the event held in Europe

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