Hideki Matsuyama lags behind in provisional 33rd place Golf US Open September 18 11:04
The second round of the men's golf overseas major, the US Open Championship, was held in New York on the 17th, and although three players could not finish playing at sunset, Hideki Matsuyama who participated for eight consecutive years Is in the provisional 33rd place with 1 over with Shugo Imahira.
Matsuyama had one birdie and no bogey in the first half, but in the second half he went around with one birdie and three bogies, and in the first round he was over 1 and was behind the lead with a provisional 33rd place, 6 strokes behind.
Matsuyama said, "I hit a good shot, but the putt didn't go well. I'm very sorry."
Imahira, who won the prize for the second consecutive year on the domestic tour, is provisionally ranked 33rd, like Matsuyama, with one over of three birdies and four bogies.
Ryo Ishikawa and Takumi Kanaya, who is No. 1 in the world ranking of amateurs, are both provisionally 57th with 2 overs.
Justin Thomas of the United States is in the provisional lead with 5 unders.