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Keith Mitchell minimizes the laps of Sergio Garca and the rest in the CJ Cup

by archysport

Keith Mitchell, American of 29 years, winner of the 2019 Honda Classic, set the CJ Cup on fire in Las Vegas after matchday two. Another bogey-free round, this time 64 shots, with six birdies and one eagle, they opened an interesting five-shot ditch before the weekend.

Mitchell, 126 strokes, in total went to even on the under par record the best record achieved by any player on the PGA Tour in the last 12 years in a ranking that has Pat Perez and his 20-under-par cap at the 2009 Bob Hope. The performances of Seonghyeon Kim (63), Jordan Spieth ( 65) and Harry Higgs (67) were downgraded by the performance of a player who statistically adds more than 7.7 hits to the field on the green. (Results)

Those same sensations were suffered by Sergio Garca (70 strokes). He returned to perform at a high level from tee to green, but he was not fine with the putt, a stick that deprived him of having completed a better round. He alternated five birdies and three bogeys and made the cut.

Without major shocks, it was possible toor to three of the four par 5s, as well as the affordable 12th hole that you hit the green in one go. Although he dropped positions, entering the weekend with still fighting options in this tournament that distributes 9.7 million dollars in prizes. At the moment he is within nine strokes of Mitchell.


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