Nick Taylor is the golfer canadian-best after two days in the Open now workday Charity, in Dublin Ohio.
Taylor submitted a card of 71 (-1) on Friday, and he holds the 10th rank of the tournament, thanks to a cumulative total of 138 (-6), equal with the Americans Patrick Reed, Richy Werenski and Matt Kuchar, and South African Louis Oosthuizen. The Canadian began his day by completing an eagle and three birdies in first eight holes. Things are, however, complicated by the result for the native of Winnipeg, who has committed four bogueys.
This, however, are the weather conditions that have dictated the pace of the day. On two occasions, the game had to be stopped for many hours due to the risk that the weather was. A handful of golfers, including Oosthuizen, were not able to complete their second round and will therefore be the first one to start Saturday.
The American Collin Morikawa, who held the lead after 18 holes, was ignored the weather to increase his lead. Her score of 131 (-13) after two rounds puts him three shots ahead of two other Americans Kevin Streelman and Justin Thomas.
For his part, Mackenzie Hughes is the Canadian who has the best done in this second day, even if it is part of a group who will complete his round Saturday morning. His five birdies and his two bogueys in 15 holes have allowed him to present a cumulative score for the provisional of -5, tied with one other representative of the maple leaf: Adam Hadwin. The one who occupied the second rank after a day has committed four bogueys, but he was able to recover with three consecutive birdies, on the fifth to the seventh hole.
Like their compatriots, Corey Conners and Roger Sloan will participate in the round to the end of the week, who have given cumulative respective of 140 (-4), and 141 (-3). David Hearn is the only Canadian to have undergone the cut. He has enjoyed a second day in the mountains Russian wedging five birdies, as many bogueys and a double-boguey.