Russell Henley retains the lead after day two

The American Russell Henley presented a signed card of 64 (-6) at the completion of the second round of the Wyndham Championship tournament, on the PGA Tour.

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The American Russell Henley presented a signed card of 64 (-6) upon completing the second round of the Wyndham Championship tournament, on the PGA Tour, and accumulating 126 strokes (-14), four ahead of the group of three golfers who share second place . They are the Americans Webb Simpson (65, -5) and Scott Piercy (66, -4) together with the South African Slovak Rory Sabbatini (64, 6), current silver medal in Tokyo 2020, all three with a total record of 130 strokes (-10) .

Henley's cumulative tied with Stewart Cink at RBC Heritage last April for the lowest score on 36 holes this season. Former FedEx Cup champion Englishman Justin Rose, out of the playoffs earlier in the week, continued his advance to the postseason with a 65 (-5) that left him with a total of 131 (-9) in a group. , where are also Americans Tyler Duncan and Brian Stuard.

When Henley started, the leader of the first round had already been overtaken by Sabbatini, Piercy and Simpson. Henley, who started in the final nine seconds, got underway with four straight birdies at 14-17 to regain the lead. Henley added three more birdies in his last nine. A couple of months ago, Henley shared half the advantage in the USOpen. He was among the three leaders after 54 holes until falling in the final round 76.

Henley looks forward to maintaining the same momentum and mindset over the weekend. After all, this is not the US Open and the reviews here will likely get you out of the running. While the day was positive for Latin American golf after five players managed to overcome the cut that was established at (-3) .

Venezuelan veteran Jhonattan Vegas and Colombian Sebastián Muñoz finished with records of 68 (-2) and 67 (-3) for a cumulative 133 strokes (-7), which left them in twelfth place, shared with a group of nine others players. The Colombian veteran Camilo Villegas also had a total of 135 (-5) to share the 32nd position, while the Puerto Rican Rafael Campos and the Argentine Nelson Ledesma accumulated 136 hits (-4) that assured them to overcome the cut and be in the competition of the weekend. Something that his compatriot Fabián Gómez and Chilean Mito Pereira will not be able to do, as they both conclude the second round with a cumulative 140 (par) .



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