Weather conditions during the second day of the 76th Women’s US Open were better than the day before, with lower winds despite forecasts indicating otherwise, however, it remained cold for most of the day. The one who managed to make good use of the circumstances was Filipino Yuka Sasso, who showed a practically perfect game in which she took advantage of the opportunities created and knew how to get out of trouble on the occasions when she missed the right path. The starting point. at only 19 years old, sasso Leading his first US Open Cumulative effects -6, thanks to the second day of four substandard birds, 67 shots, scoring six birds and two ghosts. The Filipino will start the weekend with the smallest advantage over South Korea’s Jeongwon Lee, who also represented a fantastic trip four times below par.
On the Aztec side Gaby Lopez was the only one to beat the cut He continued to be active into the weekend. D.C. signed from D.C. a second round by two on a par, 73 hits, failing to make any chances for the Birds, scoring only two steals and the rest. With a total of three shots above par for the championship, Lopez has practically remained in the same position and He tied for 28th place, just three strokes behind the top 15 players.
In Ohio, the second round of the Memorial Tournament was suspended due to a lack of light leaving much of the field without finishing the activity. It was a long day with some players arriving early to finish the first round of play and start the second round right away.
In the same way, those who did not finish their day, should finish the day to make the cut official and continue on time. Mexican Carlos Ortiz was among those who played more than 27 holes to complete the first round, scoring 71 strokes, one under par, to continue the second excellent day of four under par, 68 hits, scored six birds and two ghosts to take a big leap on the board and take a stand Tied for fourth place with a cumulative score of -5 in the end of the day. The man from Guadalajara, who will have to wait for today’s game to make it official to get back on the field, is just three strokes behind leader Patrick Cantlay, who finished the day as the man from Guadalajara, and John Ram, a player the same way at -8 strokes, however, with Five holes to play.
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