Sebastian Munoz, of Colombia, leads The Greenbrier Classic after 36 holes at The Old White TPC.
Sebastian shot a second round -3 under 67 to stay on top of The Greenbrier Classic leaderboard, and at -12 under par for the tournament will take a three shot advantage into the week-end;
“I just finished late last night. Had dinner, watch a movie, and go to bed. Kind of like felt like it was the same round. Kind of like connected them.”
“Didn’t give me a lot of time to think. I just got to do a very good job to distract me today.”
“I watched Ferris Bueller for American fans. Great movie. Yeah, today I’m going to try some falconry. Sounds pretty interesting.”
Ben Martin, -3 under 67 today and Hudson Swafford, -4 under 66, share second place, three shots back at -9 under par.
Hudson would like to sharpen up his work with the putter, would be good to make a few more;
“Didn’t see quite as many putts go in as I had the last few weeks, but I’m being patient.”
“I’m giving myself a lot of chances. You’re not going to make every one of them, but I know I’m going to make a lot come the weekend.”
“So now just go try to have some fun again. Realize you won early in the year and just see what happens. Give yourself just a chance.”
At -8 under for the tournament, and tied in fourth spot on the leaderboard are, Davis Love 111, -1 under 69 today, the defending champion Danny Lee, New Zealand, -2 under 68, and Russell Henley, -6 under 64.
Danny tried a driver off the deck from the tee on the easy par five 12th hole, but it came out badly, resulting in a double bogey seven;
“I was just as shocked as you are when I made that double. Went for driver off the deck and kind of overdid it. Just made a mess.”
Phil Mickelson made the cut on the number, his first outing with brother Tim on the bag. He blamed poor putting for his precarious position;
“This has been probably the two worst putting days I’ve had this year,.
“The greens are perfect. I just haven’t putted well.”