US Open: Rory McIlroy, John Ram chase co-leader Colin Morikawa at The Country Club in Brooklyn | Golf news

McIlroy and reigning champion Ram in the group tied second to four less as Morikawa scored 66 in the second round to share his lead with Joel Damen in Brooklyn; Watch the third day of the US Open live on Saturday from 16:00 on Sky Sports Golf

Last updated: 18/06/22 00:50

Colin Morikawa holds part of the half lead

Colin Morikawa holds part of the half lead

Colin Morikawa has boosted hopes for a third major title in so many years, grabbing a half-share of the 122nd US Open.

The reigning Open champion, without a win in 2022, scored a brilliant four under 66 at The Country Club in Brooklyn to move to five fewer, with Joel Damen joining him at the top of the rankings after two under 68.

Rory McIlroy returned from a terrific start to save 69 from the second round and remain in the running for a second straight victory after his success at the Canadian Open on Sunday, with champion defender John Ram also returning to Group 1. while chasing back – to the back titles of the US Open.

Rory McIlroy was pleased with how he came back from his third hole double-tapped after getting stuck in a flip flop for three shots

Please use the Chrome browser for a more accessible video player

Rory McIlroy was pleased with how he came back from his third hole double-tapped after getting stuck in a flip flop for three shots

Rory McIlroy was pleased with how he came back from his third hole double-tapped after getting stuck in a flip flop for three shots

World No. 1 Scotty Scheffler is two times slower than three under 67, with overnight leader Adam Hadwin in the group with three behind him along with Englishman Matt Fitzpatrick, a former U.S. amateur winner at the venue. by drilling his last two holes to save two – over 72.

The best impression in the world in Brooklyn

Morikawa – starting from the back nine – rolled from 10 feet on the 12th and took advantage of the par-five on the 14th before following the 15-foot on the 17th, as he sampled from a long distance in the first to go to four lower per day.

US Open Golf

June 18, 2022, 4:00 p.m.

Live

The two-time grand champion responded to the failure of the fourth and missed a 10-foot chance of a bird in the seventh, firing an incredible approach to the par-five of the eighth, where he had to settle for a birdie after squandering a four-foot eagle.

Morikawa then went up and down exactly from the ninth green to set the club’s goal, only for Dahmen – who led at various points during the second round – also reached five lower after scoring a stunning 60-foot bird on the 15th.

Colin Morikawa was pleased with his second round 66 after a disappointing end to his first round, but he could not forget the small mistakes that the two-time grand champion had in his round!

Please use the Chrome browser for a more accessible video player

Colin Morikawa was pleased with his second round 66 after a disappointing end to his first round, but he could not forget the small mistakes that the two-time grand champion had in his round!

Colin Morikawa was pleased with his second round 66 after a disappointing end to his first round, but he could not forget the small mistakes that the two-time grand champion had in his round!

Rahm, who played with Morikawa, was in the group with an equal third after Eagle 14th and bounced off a missed shot in the first to take the remaining two par-fives.

McIlroy drilled a 20-foot hole just to win a third-place bout after making three attempts to get out of thick rough shots, with the four-time big winner then canceling one bird lift in the heel with three boogie hits the next.

The best double buggy ever?  Watch Rory McIlroy limit damage after a

Please use the Chrome browser for a more accessible video player

The best double buggy ever? Watch Rory McIlroy limit damage after a “horror show” in a hairdresser during the second round of the US Open

The best double buggy ever? Watch Rory McIlroy limit damage after a “horror show” in a hairdresser during the second round of the US Open

The 2011 US Open champion took advantage of the eighth and recovered from a tapak on the 10th to make three birds in five holes in his back, nine, raising him to four in a row along with Ram, Bo Hosler, Aaron Wise and Haydn Buckley.

MJ Daffue briefly took the lead with three shots after three birds in a four-hole section of the fourth, only to make three bogies in five holes on his back nine and double-tap the last 72 in the second round, while Englishman Callum Taren – the former leader – is also four behind after three tapas in his last four holes.

Cameron Young strengthens hopes of qualifying for the US Open with a stunning hole-in-one on the sixth pair-three during her second round in Brooklyn

Please use the Chrome browser for a more accessible video player

Cameron Young strengthens hopes of qualifying for the US Open with a stunning hole-in-one on the sixth pair-three during her second round in Brooklyn

Cameron Young strengthens hopes of qualifying for the US Open with a stunning hole-in-one on the sixth pair-three during her second round in Brooklyn

PGA champion Justin Thomas is in the group of one over with top champions Justin Rose, Patrick Reed and Dustin Johnson, with Jordan Spit battling another weekend after level 70.

Cameron Young missed the cut with a punch, despite a stunning one-in-a-half hole, while Victor Howland made nine carts in an 11-hole stretch and Phil Mickelson slipped to 11 for the tournament to see both also get out early.

Watch the US Open live on Sky Sports all week. The live broadcast continues on Saturday from 16:00 on Sky Sports Golf and Sky Sports Main Event.

Related Posts

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.