Valspar Championship: Paul Casey vaults up leaderboard, shares top spot with Austin Cook | Golf

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After new faces held the 18-hole lead on the Valspar Championship on Thursday, a variety of contemporary names had been on the prime of the leaderboard after the second spherical Friday.

Paul Casey jumped 28 spots to take the lead at 6 below. He’s joined by American skilled Austin Prepare dinner. 

Casey, the defending Valspar champion, used an eagle on the par-5 fifth gap and 4 birdies to card a spherical of 5-under 66. Prepare dinner powered his technique to first place behind 5 birdies.

The leaders have a variety of golfers on their heels together with world No. 1 Dustin Johnson. 

Johnson completed the day with one of many extra colourful scorecards. He opened his day with a double-bogey and bogey on the entrance 9, however closed out his spherical with 5 birdies and a bogey on the again to complete his spherical with a 2-under 69.

Johnson sits in a three-way tie for sixth (Four below) with Curtis Luck and Spherical-1 chief Joel Dahmen. Between this trio and first place sits Luke Donald, Sungjae Im and Scott Stallings in a tie for third (5 below).

Donald has been battling damage and solely made three tour begins this season. The final time he made the lower was at this occasion in 2018. He even took a share of the lead at one level with this lengthy birdie putt.

There’s a sizable tie for ninth place (three below) that has Jon Rahm in competition.

Rahm began with a birdie, bogey, birdie within the first three holes earlier than leveling out. He was mistake-free for a lot of the day with three extra birdies till a bogey on the par-4 18th gap capped off his spherical.

A lot of golfers had been near not making the lower. Sergio Garcia, Henrik Stenson and Zach Johnson are simply a few of the names to inch by in a tie for 49th place (1 over).

Some notable names to not make the lower had been Gary Woodland — who missed the weekend for the primary time in his final 23 begins to snap a tour-best streak — Keegan Bradley, Charl Schwartzel and Jason Day.



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