Jon Rahm secured a place on the weekend of the Workday Charity Open , an unpretentious routine for his size, but one that must be given the missed shoot to reach the pre-Covid 19 level. The Spanish golfer signed 70 shots, two under par, in a tedious day due to the interruptions, two, due to the electrical storms that prevented its completion in its entirety. The last ray of sunshine caught 33 golfers still on the course, who will have to return to Muirfield Village on Saturday morning to complete the second day.
With Collin Morikawa unleashed, 65 and 66 the first two days in search of the victory he spoiled in the Charles Schwab, return tournament of the PGA Tour, Rahm has left a Chinese job for Saturday and Sunday. Eleven hits with the leader is a big stretch. He was only able to take advantage of one of the four par five of the Dublin (Ohio) course, the hole 11, after a great putt of just over three meters downhill, and here is his nemesis this week. His balance so far on friendly holes is -2
Barrika’s, safer from the tee, combined bad shots with others of merit, such as the birdie he took on the 8th hole, the first of the day, from eight meters or how he generally played the next hole in which he scored another hit . But the Rahm, who marveled just a year ago, when he won in Ireland, until the end of the year, still lacks some filming after the pandemic.