Publicado: Lun, Julio 15, 2019
Deportes | Por Godofredo Marrero

Dylan Frittelli wins the John Deere Classic

Dylan Frittelli wins the John Deere Classic

Vegas, who last won on tour in the 2017 Canadian Open, had a 13-under 129 total at TPC Deere Run.

Landry looked to be in trouble after bogeying holes 11 and 12. He then birdied Nos.

American Andrew Landry fired his second 65 to hold second on 130 while Glover was another stroke adrift.

Rookie Collin Morikawa (66), the runner-up last week at the 3M Open, and Chris Stroud (67) followed at 17 under.

Matthew Wolff of Agoura Hills, who claimed his first PGA Tour victory last week in the 3M Open, shot 67 and is in a tie for 33rd that includes 2014 John Deere victor Brian Harman, who had a 71, and 36-hole leader Jhonattan Vegas of Venezuela, who struggled to a 76, while Zach Johnson, the 2012 John Deere champ, totaled 69 and is tied for 56th.

CHAMPIONS: In Akron, Ohio, Retief Goosen shot an 8-under 62 to take a three-stroke lead in the Bridgestone Senior Players Championship, the fourth of the PGA Tour Champions' five major tournaments.

The South Korean won the LPGA MEDIHEAL Championship in May in California for her eighth tour title.

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After completing a 69 in the morning in the rain-delayed first round, Goosen eagled the par-5 second hole in the second round and added six birdies in the bogey-free round at Firestone Country Club. "Play same as last three days".

"It was a lot windier today, " Thompson said. "I hit the ball extremely well, kind of what I've been struggling with a little bit the past few months. It was a little bit more to deal with and then firmer greens in the afternoon, but it was a good test". Lexi Thompson, Stacy Lewis and Jennifer Kupcho were 9 under.

Tringale shot a 6-under 65 despite starting his day with a bogey while Landry overcame two bogeys early on his back nine to finish with a 4-under 67.

Landry - victor of last year's Texas Open - is also 16 under through 54 holes following a round which included six birdies and a pair of bogeys on the back nine.

Adam Schenk is in a tie for third with Haas at 15 under.

Former No. 1 Justin Thomas was eight shots off the pace following a 70, while Rory McIlroy was a shot further back after a 68 which included four birdies in five holes from the fifth but also three bogeys.

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