Last Friday, Cameron Tringale (Cameron Tringale) of the United States topped the table at the Valero Texas Open in San Antonio, with a cumulative score of 135 (-9).
He will be three shots ahead of his closest followers Englishman Matt Wallace and American Jordan Spieth to enter the third round.
Colombian leader Camilo Villegas (Camilo Villegas), who passed 18 holes, could not repeat the performance of the first day. He is four shots above par and is now five shots behind the leader and tied for eighth with five other players.
Nick Taylor and Adam Hadwin ranked first out of 36 holes with a cumulative score of 143 (-1). In the first round, he scored two normal shots in the second round, which caused him to jump 34 positions in the standings.
For his part, Corey Conners (Corey Conners) will also compete this weekend, even though he beat par 72 twice the next day. There are two shots behind the other two representatives of Maple Leaf.
In the end, Roger Sloan, David Hearn, and Michael Gligic all fell victim to the axe.