Varner III, Hoge and Sloan with a good performance from Sergio García and Rafa Cabrera Bello

The Americans and the Canadian share the lead after the suspension of the first day due to rain, while the Spanish finished with 67 strokes.


Americans Harold Varner III and Tom Hoge along with Canadian Roger Sloan share the provisional leadership of the Wyndham Championship tournament on the PGA Tour as the first round was suspended by storms.

Varner, Hoge and Sloan, who signed a card with 62 strokes, eight under par, were able to complete their course before the suspension of the day was decreed at the Sedgefield Country Club, where the tournament is being held, due to a storm.

Without being able to affect the provisional classification when the second round restarts, Varner, who tied his best mark as a professional, was perfect all the way with eight birdies.

While Hoge achieved an eagle, seven birdies and a bogey on the last hole which prevented him from finishing as the solo leader.

Sloan could not be perfect either, making nine birdies, three in a row from the sixth, but in the ninth he committed a bogey.

The Spanish Sergio García and Rafael Cabrera had a good day, as did the Colombian Sebastián Muñoz, delivering the three cards with 67 strokes (-3) that allowed them to share the twenty-fifth place.

García exchanged birdies with bogeys, but made consecutive birdies on holes 8 and 9 to start the second half of the round, at 10, with three shots in the par of 4.

Cabrera completed a perfect first half of the round with four birdies, but in the second half he could not maintain the same level of play and combined another two birdies with three bogeys.

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