Kristoffer Ventura had to endure both a triple bogey and a double bogey in the second round of the PGA golf tournament in California on Friday.
Thus, the Norwegian golf profile had to look far for games in the two final rounds. After two rounds, he was a total of five strokes over par. The cut limit went at one stroke below par.
Ventura delivered no good Friday round. He had major problems, especially on two of the holes. Hole number 18 ended with triple bogey, and the sixth ended with double bogey.
The scorecard also contained three birdies and two bogeys in addition to par.
Thus, Ventura finished four strokes below par on the round.
The American star Jordan Spieth leads the battle for victory when the tournament in Pebble Beach is half played. He is 12 strokes below par.
Countryman Daniel Berger follows the battle behind, while Swedish Henrik Norlander has two battles up to the leader.
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Source: Nettavisen by www.nettavisen.no.
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