Brooks Koepka took the lead in the first WGC of the 12 months posting a second 66 (-6) card on the Concession Golf Club. The former world primary made just one bogey at 18 for 7 birdies. After his 67 (-5) on Thursday, his rating of the day permits the quadruple winner of Major to take management of the event. Koepka is one step forward of Cameron Smith, Billy Horschel and the winner of the final USPGA, Collin Morikawa.
“ Usually, I can’t find my game before the Players, reacted Koepka. It is usually from this moment that everything begins to fall into place. But apparently this year is a little earlier than expected. It’s good. The former Challenge Tour resident has won only once in a WGC, it was in 2019 and his triumph at the St. Jude Invitational.
Like the number of places won by Bryson DeChambeau thanks to his 64 (-8) made this Friday. The American recovered after his inaugural 77 (+5) and moved from 64th to 20th place.
Perez in the arduous
After a superb first spherical accomplished in 69 (-3), Victor Perez marked time this Friday by posting a second card of 75 (+3). A day punctuated by two birdies, three bogeys and a double. The Frenchman is presently 43rd (par).