Jon Rahm from Spain leads the Dell Technologies Championship after two rounds at TPC Boston.
Jon carded -5 under par 66 in the second round of the Dell Technologies Championship, to top the leaderboard at -9 under, and has a two shot advantage over the field going into the week-end.
Jon got his putter working really well;
“You know, I don’t know what to say. I played a nearly perfect back nine.”
“Felt like I didn’t miss a shot.”
“I felt I putted for birdie pretty much from every hole from a really close distance.”
“This course does fit my eye, I mean, I think it’s a great golf course.”
“After what we played last week with the rough we had last week, anything seems simple. I really think it’s a really good golf course.”
“You can tell it’s a ball-striker’s course because on every green, there’s little sections for the pin to be at.”
“It can be a big green, but there’s little sections for the pin to be at.”
“It can be a big green, but there’s little sections you can hit it at. So being precise off the fairway, it’s going to give you some close birdie putts, which luckily for me has been happening.”
Tied in second place at -7 under par are; Adam Hadwin, Canada, -6 under 65 today, Paul Casey, England, -6 under 65, and from the USA, Kyle Stanley, -3 under 68, with Kevin Streelman, -6 under 65.
Phil Mickleson is in the large group at -6 under par
“I haven’t done that in a while, because I’ve been so tired after the round.”
“It’s fun to get in contention, it’s been a good first two days.”
Rory McIlroy, the defending Champion missed the cut and is going home, he desperately needs the experience of J.P. Fitzgerald on the bag, until then he is going only one way, down.