The duo of Norwegian Viktor Hovland and Kris Ventura, as well as Brice Garnett and Scott Stirlings (Scott Stallings) formed an American team that took the lead in the classic Zurich game in New Orleans on Thursday, thanks to 62 (-10) in the first round.
Hofland and Ventura have 10 birdies, of which the bottom 9 of the TPC Louisiana Circuit have 6 birdies. In the case of Garnett and Stallings, they also blocked 10 birdies, but they performed best in 9 birdies, scoring 6 punches.
Therefore, these two teams lead the other seven duets with one shot.
In terms of Canadians, Roger Sloan is the best performer with his companion Australian Aaron Baddeley. The two men made eight little birds without making any mistakes. The team tied for tenth with the other five pairs of players.
The duo of Nick Taylor, David Hearn and Michael Gligic competed with Scottish Martin Laird and the American Zach Zack Sucher (Zack Sucher) and Vincent Whaley (Vincent Whaley) were paired and each scored five shots. They are tied for 38th place.
American Jessica Korda (Jessica Korda) provided a more comfortable cushion at the top of the Hugel-Air Premia Open in Los Angeles on Thursday, and she handed over the second 65 (-6) Of cards.
On the second day of the event, Korda had a clear round, wedging seven birdies. Therefore, it cumulatively displays as 129 (-13)
In the weekend game, she will be three shots higher than South Korea’s Jin Young Ko. In qualifying, second place rose to this position thanks to the former’s score. Accompanied by Sei Young Kim, another South Korean who is only one step behind the South Korean team, they will make sure to catch up in the third round.
Canada’s Brooke M. Henderson slipped from the 31st to the 31st, 6 strokes below par. The representative of Maple Leaf cut down 7 birdies and committed a bug, and his head was 5 shots behind.
Two other Canadian women in the fight, Alena Sharp and Jaclyn Lee, were the victims of the axe.