Brooks Koepka at home at LIV in Orlando

Brooks Koepka plays regularity on the Orange County National with a card of 65 on Friday and 65 on Saturday. The American is rewarded for his consistency and now leads the dance with three strokes ahead of Sebastian Munoz, leader the day before, who lived a Saturday in par (-9). Laurie Canter, Mito Pereira and Patrick Reed follow closely (-8).

Born in West Palm Beach, still a Florida resident, Brooks Koepka doesn’t even remember winning at home: “It must have been in a small tournament, in 2012 or 2013. My brother Chase is playing with me on the team this week, the family is there, I show him behind the scenes, we share time together in competition or in training , It’s nice. It motivates me. » What perhaps to consider a second title on the LIV Golf after that of last October on the Jeddah International.

Sebastian Munoz had a much less pleasing Saturday (2 birdies, 2 bogeys). He was one of 18 out of 48 players not to have played under par in this second round: “The wind was really very different from the day before, it lengthened a lot of holes. Congratulations to the guys who were able to score low in these conditions”. Nobody did better than Charl Schwartzel and Brooks Koepka this Saturday (65).

At the team level, Smash GC (-26) are ahead of Torque GC (-24) and Cleeks GC (-21).


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