The Chilean Joaquín Niemann presented this Friday a card of 66 strokes (-5) and thus rose to 22nd place, six behind the leader and four behind the guard at the PGA World Wide Technology Championship at Mayakoba, which is played at El Camaleón field. .
The Chilean was 7 under par for the round, but two bogeys in his last four holes prevented him from finishing the day higher in the standings.
American Matthew Wolff made 68 shots and, although he did not have his best day, he maintained the leadership.
Wolff made six birdies, but bogey on the sixth, the sixteenth and the eighteenth holes, which led him to lower the performance compared to his debut, in which he scored a score of 61.
Despite the ups and downs, the American continued in first place with 129 strokes, two over his compatriot Scottie Scheffler and three over Mexican Carlos Ortiz and Norwegian Viktor Hovland, defending champion.