Rahm is perfect again, but loses the lead

Sergio García also shone with 67 shots (-5) for a cumulative 132 (-12), which left him sharing fourth place with Sungjae Im.


American Bryson DeChambeau had his best performance so far this season with a record of 60 strokes (-12) at the conclusion of the second round of the BMW Championship tournament on the ATP Tour and became the new leader with a cumulative 128 strokes (-16), one ahead of his compatriot Patrick Cantlay and the Spanish Jon Rahm (129, -15) .

DeChambeau dominated the vulnerable course, and when his 8 iron to par 5 16 came off a bench at the back of the green to less than a meter for an eagle, it took two birdies on the final two holes to tie the PGA record Tour, 58 strokes.

Missed from four meters on 17. He missed a putt of less than two meters on the 18th hole and lost his opportunity in the 13th round under 60 in PGA Tour history.

DeChambeau had to settle for a career-best 60, giving him a one-shot advantage over Patrick Cantlay when thunderstorms delayed the second round.

Rahm, the world's number one player, was also shot back and faced a fifteen foot birdie putt on the 16th hole when play was stopped for darkness.

"A lot of putts were made. A lot of things went well," DeChambeau said. "I played my butt and never thought too much about anything until the last few holes, and I scored a 9 iron at 17, I scored a drive, I scored a wedge at 18 and I just couldn't catch those putts."

It was the second week in a row during the PGA Tour postseason that a player had a putt to break 60 on the final hole. Australia's Cameron Smith missed from less than four meters at Liberty National in the third round last week.In addition to Rahm's great journey, his compatriot Sergio García also shone with 67 strokes (-5) for a cumulative 132 (-12), which left him sharing fourth place with South Korean Sungjae Im.

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