FedEx St. Jude Championship second round Spahn leads by one! Feiner T5 Cantlay T27_Total score_Player_Qualifying

Original title: FedEx St. Jude Championship second round Spahn leads by one! Feiner T5 Cantlay T27

(PGA Tour PGATOUR/Graphic) On August 13, Beijing time, the opener of the playoffs – the second round of the FedEx St. Jude Championship. The tied leader in the first round, JJ Spahn, handed over a 67 (-3) with 5 birds and 2 bogeys, leading the audience alone with a total score of -11, with a one-shot advantage. Austrian Sepp Straka and American Troy Merritt are in T2 with a total score of -10.

The FedEx Cup championship contenders Tony Feiner and Cameron Smith are in T5 with a total score of -8; Patrick Cantley and the first-round leader Kim Si-won are both -5. The overall score is in T27.

After 36 holes, the cut line was -2, Justin Thomas (-6, T17), Colin Morikawa (-4, T33), Zand Schauffele (-4, T33) and others successfully advanced; Rory McIlroy (-1), Scottie Schaeffler (-1), Wu Biyuan (+3), Pan Zhengcong (+4), Jordan Spieth (+4) and others were eliminated.

The closing game of the regular season of the Korn Ferry Tour held at the same time – the second round of the Summit Bank Championship was completed, and the cut line was -1. Zhang Xinjun (-3, T28), Yuan Yechun (-2, T37), Dou Zecheng (-1, T52), Xiong Jinsong (-2, T37) successfully advanced; Yu Junan (+1) failed to advance.

JJ Spahn, who started from the back nine in this round, continued his good touch in the first round. The kick-off time in the afternoon allowed him to observe the situation on the court and make adjustments in advance. According to Spahn, “stronger winds” forced him to adopt a more aggressive strategy.

The 67 (-3) with 5 birds and 2 bogeys kept Spahn at the top of the leaderboard, and he will hold a one-shot advantage (total score of -11) to enter the next two rounds of competition.

(Bunker save on No. 16 by Spahn, followed by birdie)

“I only played -3 today. Compared to yesterday (-8), I was ‘tutored’ by the court, right?” Spahn said, “It’s good to be able to play -3 today. It’s important to say something, not rush it. I think I did a good job.”

(Spahn attacked the flag on the 1st hole, then made a birdie)

Spahn, in his sixth year on the PGA Tour, has his first win of the season (Valerod State Open), but this is his first TPC Southwind. “I’ve liked it so far,” says Spahn. “It’s been kind to me.”

Spahn was 25th in the FedExCup standings before the game. His previous career-best season was 174th, and his real-time estimated standing has now come to second (estimated total points: 2985.084 ). The world number one Scotty Schaeffler, who was ranked first in real-time and who did not qualify for the match (estimated total points: 3555.983), handed over a 68 (-2) in this round, with a total score of -1. One shot was eliminated.


The front of the leaderboard was reshuffled, and a total of 15 players were within four shots of the leader Spahn.

(Merritt captured the eagle on the 16th hole and rose to a tie for the lead at one point)

The 36-year-old American player Troy Merritt handed over a 65 (-5) with 1 eagle, 6 birds and 3 bogeys this round, and his ranking rose to T2 (total score -10). T2 with him was Sepp Straka, who had a 66 (-4), and the Austrian got off to a slow start but birdied four of his final five holes.

Denny McCarthy’s wonderful “Fairway Eagle” on the 6th hole was elected the best ball of the round. He shot 65 (-5) and rose to fourth alone, with a total score of -9. Four players ranked in T5 with a total score of -8, including strong contenders for the FedEx championship, Tony Feiner (-2 in this round) and Cameron Smith (-5 in this round).

(JT attacked the flag on the 12th hole, then made a birdie)

Justin Thomas, who is also expected to contend for the FedEx championship, shot a 5-bird, 2-bogey 67 (-3) to finish T17 with a -6 overall score. In the same column of T17 are Sam Boons (-1 in this round) and Will Saratoris (-7 in this round).

Among the other FedExCup leaders at the top of the standings, Patrick Cantley is tied for T27 with first-round leader Kim Si-won with a -5 overall; Colin Morikawa, Jon Rahm, Zander · Schauffele ranked T33 with a total score of -4. Ricky Fowler, who pressed the line into this week’s lineup, is also ranked in T33. His current estimated ranking is 114. He needs better results to enter next week’s top 70 lineup.

(McIlroy attacked the flag on the 1st hole, then made a birdie)

The cut line is -2 after 36 holes, Rory McIlroy (-1), Scottie Schaeffler (-1), Jordan Spieth (+4) did not make the cut, but their projected positions Still within the “safety line” of the top 70, you can continue to fight for points in next week’s BMW Championship to improve or maintain your position.

The 31 unqualified players, including Jenson Day (-1), Wu Biyuan (+3), and Pan Zhengcong (+4), have been determined to miss the second leg of the playoffs next week, and their journey this season has been announced Finish.Return to Sohu, see more

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