Tringale rises to the lead in Texas with Cabrera six strokes behind

The American ousted the Colombian Villegas from the first place in a great second round. The canary is 14th with three under par.

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The American Cameron Tringale ousted Colombian Camilo Villegas from the leadership of the Valero Texas Open tournament, on the PGA Tour, by completing the second round with a signed card of 69 (-3) and adding 135 (-9), two strokes ahead of his compatriot Jordan Spieth and Englishman Matt Wallace.

Tringale, a 12-year veteran seeking his first PGA Tour victory, finished the round with seven birdies, including five in a row, and four bogeys. Spieth continued his comeback from a three-year winless slump and was at 7-under after posting 70. Wallace was 68 (-4) .

The American golfer continues to look like he's getting over a slump that has seen him slide from No. 1 in the world in 2016 to No. 92 in January. Now, Spieth, world No. 53, is well positioned for his fifth top-10 finish in the past two months after a round of four birdies. Has not won a tournament since 2017.

American Kyle Stanley also shot 68 (-4), while compatriots Brandt Snedeker (67, -5) and Kevin Stadler (70, -2) along with South African Erik van Rooyen (68, -4) shared fourth place. with 139 hits (-5). Villegas, who delivered a signed card of 76 (+4), lost the lead by falling to eighth place with a cumulative 140 strokes (-4), which he shares with five other golfers.

Spanish Rafael Cabrera, who completed the course at TPC San Antonio's Oaks Course, with a record of 71 strokes (-1), added 141 (-3) to share fourteenth place with four other players and be present in the competition of the weekend. Colombian Sebastián Muñoz, who finished the day with a record of 74 (+2), accumulated 142 (-2) and will also be in the fight for the title.

The same as the Mexican Abraham Ancer (145, +1) and the Puerto Rican Rafael Campos (146, +2), who made the cut by reaching the limit. The Venezuelan veteran Jhonattan Vegas, who finished the course with a record of 73 (+1), accumulated 147 (+3) and was out of the competition of the tournament that distributes 7.7 million dollars in prizes and 500 points for the classification of FedEx Cup.



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