The American Bryson DeChambeau took the lead of the Hero World Challenge after the second day played in the Bahamas, with a stroke of advantage over his compatriots Collin Morikawa, Tony Finau and Brooks Koepka.
DeChambeau, the world’s hardest hitter, seventh player in the world, signed a sensational card of 64 (-8) that he added to his 69 on Thursday to allow him to top the table with 11 under par, while Morikawa and Finau made 66 and Koepka added 7.
Leader Thursday night, Rory McIlroy played worse (71) and therefore dropped to eighth place in this select tournament, reserved for 20 players invited by Tiger Woods, including 17 of the 25 best players in the world.
The goal of the Hero World Challenge is to raise money for the Tiger Woods Foundation, which has helped many underprivileged children for 25 years.
2nd day (par 72)
133 B. DeChambeau (United States) 69-64
134 Collin Morikawa (United States) 68-66
Tony Finau (United States) 68-66
Brooks Koepka (United States) 67-67
135 Daniel Berger (United States) 66-69
136 Sam Burns (United States) 71-65
Tyrrell Hatton (inglés) 69-67
137 Rory McIlroy (Irl. N.) 66-71
Patrick Reed (United States) 68-69
Viktor Hovland (Nor) 68-69
139 Scottie Scheffler (United States) 71-68
Abraham Ancer (Mex) 66-73
Webb Simpson (United States) 67-72
Justin Thomas (United States) 67-72
140 X. Sc Chaudele (United States) 70-70
141 Matt Fitzpatrick (English) 71-70
Justin Rose (English) 71-70
143 Jordan Spieth (United States) 71-72
145 Harris Inglés (EE. UU.) 75-70
147 Henrik Stenson (Sue) 72-75