JAPAN With 64 strokes, Tiger Woods took the lead at -12 after the second round of the Zozo Championship, and brightened the door to level the record for the number of times crowned at the PGA Tour.
After 64 strokes in the opening round, Woods joined Gary Woodland in T1 with -6. He got off to a good start with birdie points in the first hole. After the only bogey score of the day in hole 2, Woods continued to add 6 birdies in the remaining 16 holes to close the score sheet in the same number of rounds.
A superstar, even considered a living legend of world golf, but Woods today competes on the field without an audience. However, this is the general situation in this round. The organizers closed the Accordia Golf Narashino Country Club for the safety of the fans due to the complicated development of Typhoon Bualoi.
“I was also surprised to be able to achieve the same level of performance as before. It usually takes time to get there. I hit a lot of chess attacks in front of the pit and eagerly scored. more than the previous round – set to 11.5, but my putt feeling is good. After some successful putt, I plan to raise my hand in a habit but stop it no one claps, I continue to focus on playing and reaching the top of the table, “the former world number one shared after a successful round of golf.
If he maintains his performance in the next 36 holes, Woods will have the 82nd victory, leveling the record for the number of championship titles at the PGA Tour that Sam Snead legend has held since 1965.
Two strokes behind Woods, Gary Woodland took second place at -10. The current US Open major champion hit 66 sticks, scoring five birdies and a bogey on his way to find the fifth cup at the PGA Tour.
The best Golfer in the second round is Keegan Bradley. The owner of the 2011 major PGA Championship scored 63 sticks, including eight birdies and one bogey. This achievement helped him to jump 11 steps, to the T3 to score -8, alongside Japanese star Hideki Matsuyama.
In the top 16 before the final two rounds, there are 11 American golfers, besides 4 faces from the Asia-Pacific region and a Canadian.