Men's Golf US Open Championship Matsuyama rises to 7th place, 4 strokes behind the lead September 19th, 10:41
Hideki Matsuyama, who will be the first Japanese male player to win the major title in the second round of the men's golf overseas major, the US Open Championship, which will be held in New York on the 18th for eight consecutive years, has increased his score by one. In total even par, he moved up to 7th place, 4 strokes behind the lead.
Matsuyama, who started from the provisional 33rd place with 1 over, went around with 3 birdies and 2 bogies, increased the score by 1 and moved up to 7th place, 4 strokes behind the lead as a total even par.
Matsuyama said, "I was able to play very well. I think it's a reflection that my putt wasn't good. I hope I can be tenacious like these two days on the third day."
Shugo Imahira, who dropped four scores, is 33rd, unchanged from the previous day, with a total of 5 overs.
Ryo Ishikawa dropped a total of 6 overs and 4 scores, but his ranking went up from 57th to 49th.
Takumi Kanaya, who ranked first in the world ranking of amateurs, did not make one shot in the qualifying with a total of 7 overs.
American Patrick Reed has risen to the top with a total of 4 under, followed by the same American Bryson DeChambeau by one stroke.
Tiger Woods of the United States lost the qualifying with a total of 10 overs.