Jon Rahm (Spain) jumped to second place in the LIV Golf Series Mayakova (total prize money of $20 million), the opening match of LIV Golf.토토사이트
In the second day of the tournament held at El Chameleon Golf Course (par 71) in Playa del Carmen, Mexico on the 4th (Korea time), Lam reduced four strokes with five birdies and one bogey, and tied for second place with Dean Bermister (South Africa) with a median total of 9-under 133. Lam, who started at the second hole following a shotgun bunside, made a bogey at the third hole, but picked up five birdies in the other holes alone.
If Lam, ranked third in the world, wins the upset on the final day, she will win her debut match for the first time since the launch of LIV Golf. Lam is four shots behind the leader Joaquin Niemann of Chile, but it is not an impossible turnaround. Lam moved to LIV Golf for an astronomical signing bonus of up to 600 million U.S. dollars and is making her debut at the Mayakova Games.
Niemann, who shot 12-under 59 to take the lead by five shots in the first round on the previous day, only managed to reduce one shot by posting four birdies and three bogeys. Niemann is leading by four shots with 13-under 129.
Sergio Garcia (Spain) is in fourth place alone with a middle total of 7 under, while Patrick Reed, Brooks Koepka, and Charles Howell III (US) are tied for fifth with a middle total of 6 under.
Lam and Niemann will also compete for the title in the team event. The Tork Golf Club led by Niemann is leading with a median total of 15 under par, while the Legion 13GC, which Lam belongs to, is ranking second with a median total of 10 under par. Smash Golf Club, where Koepka is the captain, is ranking third with a median total of 9 under par.