Tight classification in Las Vegas with 4 leading locations

Americans Brian Stuard, Patrick Cantlay, Lucas Glover and Kevin Na lead with 130 hits, 12 under par, the Shriners Hospitals For Children golf tournament.


Americans Brian Stuard, Patrick Cantlay, Lucas Glover and Kevin Na lead with 130 hits, 12 under par, the Shriners Hospitals For Children golf tournament of the PGA Tour, which takes place in Las Vegas (Nevada, USA) with an impact of advantage on the fifth classified, the Australian Matt Jones, in a tight classification after the 2nd round. Na (68 + 62), which has three American circuit tournaments, the last one in May this year, the Charles Schwab Challenge, joined this shared leadership after closing with 62 strokes a route in which he scored two eagles (holes 13 and 16, both pair five) and six birdies for a bogey.

With one more impact, Glover (67 + 63) ended his participation today, without making mistakes and with an eagle, in hole 16, and six birdies, while Cantlay (66 + 64), who knows what it is to win this tournament; Since he did it in 2017 and that last June he achieved his second PGA title with the Memorial Tournament, he added an eagle (hole 15, par four) and six birdies for a bogey. For his part Stuard (65 + 65) had enough to share leadership with a card in which he scored six birdies and in which he did not have to point errors.

A hit of all of them is Matt Jones (68 + 63). The Australian did not fail and added eight birdies, while the leader yesterday, the Canadian Nick Taylor (63 + 69) went down to sixth place after finishing his tour in 69 strokes, two of the leaders.



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