Friday, 22 September, 2017

Leishman backs up good start with a low score at BMW

Rory Mc Ilroy struggled in the first round of the BMW Open Rory Mc Ilroy struggled in the first round of the BMW Open
Angelica Greene | 17 September, 2017, 00:34

Carding a seven-under 64 in the second round, the American shot three birdies before the turn on Friday, followed by another three on the back nine, impressing the spectators with an eagle on the par-5 15th hole.

Lahiri was done in by a disappointing finish over last three holes, where he bogeyed three times including two on the last holes in the second round. "I mean, obviously, I think we were just talking about earlier that, you know, it's been I think 10 years since the last time I had a hole-in-one".

The second round of BMW Championship 2017 unfolds today (Friday, Sept. 15) in IL. He made a hole-in-one on the 17th hole with a 7-iron that turned into a payoff for multiple parties.

"Last week showed that leading by a couple of shots going into the back nine is not enough and there is a lot of great players just behind me so I need to keep the foot on the pedal". Jamie Lovemark and Charley Hoffman also opened at 64.

Because of Day's ace at the 17th, the tournament sponsor will donate $US100,000 to the Evans Scholar foundation which provides college scholarships to caddies.

Patrick Cantlay extended his remarkable run this season with a 65, leaving him alone in fourth place but six shots behind.

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The 29-year-old came back from three bogeys to put in another spectacular performance with an eagle on the 14th, ending round two with a six-under 65. The world's No. 1 player can' seem to buy a putt, and even when he started to make a little progress, he finished bogey-bogey by taking two chips to get on the 17th green and hitting into the water on the 18th.

"I would love to sign off on a good note, it would be nice to have something positive to go into the off season with but I am excited to get ready for next year".

The BMW Championship is the penultimate event of the PGA Tour's $US67 million FedEx Cup series and will determine the all-important top-five seedings for next week's Tour Championship in Atlanta.

Johnson won the first playoff event; Thomas, the second.

The 28-year-old Northern Irishman captured the FedEx Cup title last year - and its $10 million bonus jackpot - but is now projected to finish 60th unless he makes a big move over the final two round, estimating he needed "a couple of 65s" to make any impact.

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