The American took the lead after 63 punches in Minnesota, before a long list of pursuers.
Richy Werenski He achieved 63 hits that reached him to lead the 3M Open, for nine birdies and a bogey, which left him at eight under par and with just one impact ahead of a Michael Thompson he had no mistakes in the TPC Twin Cities in Blaine, Minnesota.
Tony Finau, who got off to a good start last week at the Memorial Tournament, started again in good shape with 65 shots (-6) and shares third place alongside Ryan Moore, Zhang Xinjun, Nick Watney, Matthew Wolff, Max Homa. and Bo Hoag.
For his part, Brooks Koepka, who has top 10 in four events since the PGA Tour season restarted, hit 70 shots (-1) to tie for 57th place. While former world number one Dustin Johnson was he withdrew from the tournament, claiming a back injury after a 78-stroke card.
Among Latinos, the Argentinean Fabián Gómez equaled Koepka’s line with 70 hits and is one above his compatriot Emiliano Grillo who equaled the pair of courts of 71 strokes. Further back in the standings are the Venezuelan Jhonattan Vegas with 72 (+1) and the Argentine Nelson Ledesma who achieved 74 (+3).
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