In the second round of the Tokyo Olympic Golf Men, some players could not finish playing due to the weather.

Japan's Hideki Matsuyama has risen to the provisional 3rd place with a total of 8 unders, 3 strokes behind the lead, and Rikuya Hoshino is in the provisional 25th place with a total of 3 unders.

Matsuyama, who came out of 20th place with 2 unders in the second round of golf men held in Kawagoe City, Saitama Prefecture on the 30th, suddenly made the 1st par 4 a birdie, and it took more than 2 hours due to the approach of thunderclouds. Even with a break, I didn't lose my concentration and increased my score by 3 in the first half.

Matsuyama had a good iron shot, and in the 16th par 3, he put a tee shot near the pin to steal the birdie and increased the score by 3 in the second half, but due to the weather, the second round was ahead of the 17th. It has been postponed.

Matsuyama increased his score to a total of 8 under with 6 birdies nobogie, and moved up to the provisional 3rd place, 3 strokes behind the lead.

On the other hand, Hoshino, who came out of 41st place in Even Par, also showed a comeback, with two birdies in the first half and 13th and 14th consecutive birdies in the second half.

Hoshino has increased his score by 3 with 5 birdies and 2 bogies, and is in the provisional 25th place with a total of 3 under.

American Zander Shafrey is in the provisional lead with a total of 11 under, and Mexico's Carlos Ortiz is in the provisional second place with a one-stroke difference.

The 16 players, including Matsuyama, who couldn't finish playing on the 30th, will play the rest of the second round on the 31st, and then the third round will be held.