The American managed 63 hits and went to the top of the standings after the second round.
Phil Mickelson is on the way to his 45th title PGA Tour after ascending to the head of the classification in the second round of the Travelers Championship.
Mickelson, who celebrated his 50th birthday earlier this month, loaded a seven-under par with 63 punches this Friday at the TPC River Highlands in Connecticut with eight birdies and just one bogey.
The winner of the 2001 and 2002 editions, under the name of Hartford Open, has a cumulative 123 hits, with 13 under the pair that leaves him above the American Will Gordon with only one hit. The other guard is Canadian Mackenzie Hughes, who had three shots difference at the start of the day and went down after signing a 68-hit card.
The Mexican Abraham Ancer improved his starting performance by making 65 impacts this Friday and is five from Mickelson in the dispute for the first places. In addition, the Argentine Emiliano Grillo is in position 20 (-7), the Chilean Joaquín Niemann was 26 ° (-6) and the Venezuelan Jhonattan Vegas passed the cut with just a cumulative 136 hits (-4).
The Mexican Carlos Ortiz, the Colombian Sebastián Muñoz and the Argentine Fabián Gómez were out of the race.
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