Jason Dufner is first placed at Wells Fargo

The American made a tour in which he accumulated an eagle (hole 7 -par 5-) and seven birdies for a bogey.


The American Jason Dufner managed today, with 63 hits (8 under par), auparse to the lead of the golf tournament Wells Fargo Championship, after the dispute of the second round at the Quail Hollow Club in Charlotte (North Carolina, USA). UU.), Which accumulates a total of 131 impacts.

Dufner, with five tournaments of the PGA tour to his credit, the last one, the Memorial Tournament, won in June 2017, today made a curve in which he accumulated an eagle (hole 7-par 5-) and seven birdies for a bogey, that allowed him to settle in the first position at a stroke of the also American Joel Dahmen and Max Homa that closed with 66 and 63 impacts (eight birdies), respectively.

El Northern Ireland Rory McIlroy, leader yesterday with Dahmen, dropped to fourth place after presenting a card with 70 impacts and adding a total of 136, five shots behind the leader. He is accompanied by American Patrick Reed, who added 69 strokes.

The Spanish Sergio Garcia deflated, made many mistakes (a double bogey and four bogeys) and finished this second round with two shots over the pair. The Castellón fell to the 47th position with 142 hits.

Best day he had the second in the world ranking, the English Justin Rose, who finished with 67 strokes and with a total of 137 has been installed in the sixth position, with one less than the Colombian Sebastián Muñoz, who is tenth after finishing today with 70.



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