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Viktor Hovland showcased his elite tee-to-green play en route to a 5-under-par 32-35=67 during round two of the Workday Charity Open, arriving at the halfway mark on 8-under 136 which is good for a share of sixth place with play suspended due to darkness for the day.
The Norwegian put on his usual stripe show as he piped 10-of-14 fairways on his way toward gaining 1.8 strokes off-the-tee. He also did damage off the tee at the par-4 14th where he hit the shot of the day. Playing a bit down breeze, he nestled his 318-yard tee shot nicely for a 3'8" eagle kick-in. There are still mistakes to clean up as he's swallowed six bogeys through 36 holes at Muirfield Village but his elite ball-striking is going to continue to offset those errors. Gamers should continue to invest on a daily and weekly basis. The youngster entered the week on the heels of four straight top 25s since the season restart.
Added Yesterday 10:20 pm (EST)
Hideki Matsuyama cruised to a bogey-free, 4-under-par 35-33=68 during round two of the Workday Charity Open, maintaining a spot inside the top 5 with a two-day tally of 9-under 135.
Matsuyama started on the 10th tee and had four scoring chances from inside 10 feet before making the turn. He missed them all but added a trio of longer-distance birds to offset the misses. The most notable was a 20'3" bomb at the par-3 12th. The scoring chances dried up on his way into the clubhouse but he managed to keep a clean card and also add one more birdie on the way. Matsuyama is a past champ at Muirfield Village Golf Club and he's now bettered the field average in eight straight rounds at Jack's Place. The elite ball-striker has missed just three greens in regulation this week and should be considered one of the top two or three favorites to hoist the hardware come Sunday.
Added Yesterday 9:30 pm (EST)
Kevin Streelman circled nine birdies on his way toward an 8-under-par 33-31=64 in round two of the Workday Charity Open, climbing to 10-under 134 at the midpoint to grab a share of second place.
Streelman arrived as what many gamers would call a Horse for the Course at Muirfield Village Golf Club. He has accumulated five top 20s in 11 starts here with four of those coming since 2015. A hot putter got things started today as he started on the 10th tee and rolled in three putts outside of 12 feet before even making the turn. By day's end, he was gaining 5.246 strokes putting, reaching 8.47 on the week. A remarkable figure for anyone through 36 holes, let alone Streelman who finished 2019 ranked 155th in SG Putting. Arriving off a solo second at the Travelers Championship in his most recent start, Streelman is hoping to record back-to-back podium finishes for the first time in his TOUR career.
Added Yesterday 9:16 pm (EST)
Brooks Koepka was not in the originally published field for next week's Memorial Tournament but had a change of heart this afternoon and he now plans to play back-to-back at Muirfield Village Golf Club.
Koepka did not intend on playing next week but he also planned on playing better this week. A late-round rally on Friday likely made the decision easier because he has to sweat overnight whether he'll earn a weekend tee time or not at the Workday Charity Open. When asked about it Koepka responded, "I'm pretty far down in the FedExCup and need to make a run. I think it's pretty simple. I didn't plan on playing, but things change, and I'd like to be in Atlanta. That's what you've got to do; I'm going to basically run the table."
Added Yesterday 9:09 pm (EST)
Added Yesterday 9:09 pm (EST)
Brooks Koepka saved his best for last today as he carded a 3-under-par 38-31=69 to reach 1-under 143 at the midpoint. He sits one shot outside of the cutline with a slim chance to make it through. He will need to wait until morning to find out as round two of the Workday Charity Open was suspended due to darkness at 8:50 p.m. ET with play set to resume at 9:00 on Saturday morning.
Playing with Marc Turnesa on the bag this week, Koepka found himself 5-over thru 24 holes but proceeded to birdie six of his final 10 holes to come home in 31 and squeeze in at 1-under 143 on the week. Right now that is one shot shy of the cutline but there are still seven golfers out on the course that are either 2- or 3-under with holes remaining. The field dealt with a pair of weather delays today which explains the reason play is getting pushed into Saturday. Koepka is not in the published field for next week's Memorial Tournament so he would have likely enjoyed bolting town tonight. Instead, he'll stay in Dublin for at least one more night.
Added Yesterday 9:01 pm (EST)
Added Yesterday 9:01 pm (EST)
Justin Thomas tore through Muirfield Village Golf Club with a bogey-free, 6-under-par 33-33=66 during round two of the Workday Charity Open, reaching 10-under 134 at the halfway mark to sit three shots off the pace set by Collin Morikawa.
Before the event start, JT talked about his inconsistencies at Muirfield Village Golf Club (three MCs in six starts) but he's had a flawless gameplan so far this week. Thomas piped 11-of-14 fairways today en route to landing 16 greens in regulation. He was staring down birdies from inside of 16 feet on 10 holes today, converting six of those chances to reach 10 birdies on the week. Thomas has already racked up 8.696 strokes gained tee-to-green. His career-best measured T2G number is +14.1 which came back at the 2018 Honda Classic which he won. He is currently on pace to set a new personal best but there are 36 holes remaining so a lot can happen. Regardless, he's in good position to make a weekend run at his 13th career PGA TOUR title.
Added Yesterday 8:54 pm (EST)
Chase Seiffert tossed together a 3-under-par 36-33=69 during round two of the Workday Charity Open, climbing to 7-under 137 at the midpoint, good for an early seat inside of the top 10 with play still in progress.
The rookie from Florida State eased into his round then got dialed in on his way into the clubhouse. It started at the par-5 11th when he missed a birdie chance from just inside of nine feet. He followed that up with three birdies in a row, all set up wedges or short irons, and converted from inside eight feet. Overall, he had nine scoring chances inside of 10 feet on his final eight holes today. That helped him gain 3.2 strokes approaching-the-green today. That's a number he'd already reached three times in his young career, including round one last week at the Rocket Mortgage Classic. In fact, he's gained strokes on approach in seven straight events heading into the week. His strong iron play should make him a strong fantasy sleeper whenever the TOUR heads to a second-shot course, which is what many golfers use to describe this week's Muirfield Village Golf Club. The best finish of his rookie campaign is a T21 at The American Express but he does have a T9 on his resume which happened before he had a PGA TOUR card (2018 Travelers Championship).
Added Yesterday 4:55 pm (EST)
Bo Van Pelt didn't make it through the second weather delay, withdrawing during round two of the Workday Charity Open. He was 6-over thru 34 at the time of his WD.
BVP has plenty of Muirfield Village success on his resume but this was his first appearance at Jack's Place since the 2015 Memorial. Overall, he arrived with a 10-for-12 record at MVGC with seven top 25s but his baseline performance numbers have obviously dipped over the last few years. Van Pelt still gave it a go, circling four birdies in 34 holes played but called it quits when a second weather delay hit on Friday. He chose not to wait out the second storm just two play two holes. Gamers should continue to treat BVP as a longshot to contend until he flashes any sign of regained form.
Added Yesterday 4:45 pm (EST)