The Ontario’s Corey Conners has taken advantage of the second round of the Classic RBC Heritage to come within a single shot to the head, Friday, at Hilton Head, South Carolina.
The Canadian has already achieved the best mark of the day, taking eight shots to the normal 71. He has managed five of his eight birdies on the nine to go. Map of 63 allowed him to bring his total to 131 (-11) and grab the second place with the American Bryson DeChambeau.
The two golfers are showing only a single shot behind the leader, American Webb Simpson. He managed a second round in a row of 65 (-6) which allowed him to pass from the second to the first rank.
American Ryan Palmer is also in pursuit of Simpson, who advanced to fourth place, two strokes of the top after 36 holes.
Comeneur at the end of the first round, the Englishman Ian Poulter has slipped to the fifth level after you have signed a card of 69 (-2) on Friday. With a total of 133, he was three strokes behind the leader.
Also first after the first day in Hilton Head, American Mark Hubbard was not able to complete the second round, which was suspended due to bad weather. He stopped in the 13th pennant with a mark of 71.
On the side of other Canadians, Ontario’s Mackenzie Hughes concluded the day with a score of 68 (-3). He is currently 11th, four strokes off the leader.
The Saskatchewan-born Adam Hadwin is in 48th place with a total of 137 (-5), while Ontario’s Michael Gligic advanced to 112th place with a cumulative total of 142 (N).
Alberta’s Roger Sloan and Ontario’s David Hearn are both 130es, 14 strokes back of the lead.
For its part, the American Nick Watney withdrew from the tournament before the start of the second round after having been declared positive for the COVID-19.