Jon Rahm joins Sergio Garcia's party at Sawgrass

Carousel of emotions of the Castellón, who gave one of lime and another of sand and remains at -7, two of the leader, Westwood. Rahmbo, -4 with a brilliant second half of the run.


Day with Spanish flavor this Friday at TPC Sawgrass in Ponte Vedra Beach (Florida, USA). The one they put on the second day of The Players Jon Rahm, who rose like foam after a very moved start on Thursday, and Sergio García, who at the premiere rose to the lead with a lap of -7 and yesterday offered an authentic carousel of emotions

Rahmbo was the first to shine. He took to the field in the morning, with the greens more receptive. Four consecutive pairs preceded a potentially harmful bogey, but the Biscayan knew how to compose himself again and subtracted taking advantage of par 5 of 16. Already in the second half of the route he uncovered the jar of essences with birdies at 2, 4, 7 and 9.

He finished with a -4 which is a declaration of intentions in a field that is doing very well for the weekend, when the competition will be abundant and tough competition. In addition to the leader, the English Westwood with -9, they are above Fitzpatrick, DeChambeau, Sungjae Im, Casey or Day, reliable men. Others like Stenson (+15), McIlroy (+10), Fowler (+7), Schauffele (+5) or Poulter (+4) fell into Sawgrass's trap and said goodbye to the appointment.

In the evening shift, García would take over, which was the ying and yang. He started thinner than Rahm, with a birdie at 2, but took three clubs in the form of bogeys at 3, 6 and 10. Suddenly it seemed like a day to minimize damage, until the magic of the Castellón with an eagle appeared. to par 5 of the 11 that was not miraculous albatross.

The sand one gave it with two concentration failures that led him to make three putts on 14 and 15. He would later recover with birdies at 16 and 18, the latter with another perfect iron that almost gave him the eagle, to throw the close to par on the day and with -7 accumulated, in a good position to try to attack the top of the table again this Saturday. Hand in hand with him will be Jon Rahm.

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