PGA World No. 2 Justin Thomas (Justin Thomas) continued to perform poorly at the Dell Tech World Golf Championship through-hole tournament in Austin, Texas on Thursday, losing his second consecutive game.
With only one duel, the 27-year-old golfer has no hope of continuing to the next round, even if he wins on Friday.
The favorite of the game, Dustin Johnson, also had an ordinary day, and he had to tie with Robert MacIntyre of Scotland (41st). The Americans birdied the 18th hole to stand out from the extreme and create a tie.
Canada’s Mackenzie Hughes (48th) unexpectedly won his second victory in Austin for several days. This time, the neglected four-shot Webb Simpson was relegated (9th). He did well, releasing 5 birdies on 15 holes alone.
The head of the team, Hughes, will face the last American in the knockout stage, Talor Gooch (59th) on Friday.
Another representative of the Maple Leafs, Corey Conners (No. 37), was not as good as his compatriots and lost the second matchup of the competition.
In terms of LPGA, South Korea’s Inbee Park took the lead at the Kia Classic in Carlsbad, California, signing the first round of 66 (-6).
She is one step ahead of compatriot Hyo Joo Kim, who took a five-shot par 72, recording eight birdies and three bogeys.
Sophia Popov of Germany, Gee Chun of South Korea, Stephanie Meadow of Northern Ireland and Mel Reid of England with 68 (-4) ) Tied for third place.
For the Canadians, Brooke M. Henderson opened the game with a score of 73 (+1) in the first round, while Alena Sharp opened the game with a score of 75 (+3). ) The result ended the game. As far as she is concerned, Alberta’s Jaclyn Lee is four shots above par.
After missing the tour for two years, American Michelle Wie West (Michelle Wie West) returned to the game. She was ranked second to last with a score of 81 (+9) and completed this course.