Sports editorial, May 24.- The Swedish Jonas Blixt took command of the Charles Schwab Golf Challenge, tournament included in the PGA circuit, while the Spaniard Jon Rahm failed to pass the cut.
Blixt, who has already won three titles in the US professional circuit, signed in his second round at Colonial Fort Worth (Texas, USA) 64 shots, six under par, for a total of 131 (-9). Four birdies and an eagle in the 17, a pair 4 solved with two impacts, catapulted him to the first position of the table.
A stroke of the leader was the Americans Kevin Na and Tony Finau, the first with the best card of the day with 62 strokes (-8) after scoring six birdies and an eagle in the one par five that settled with three impacts.
The Spanish Jon Rahm was left out by failing to overcome the court established in more 2. The Basque player signed this time 71 shots, one above the pair, which led him to add 146 (+6) after the black day on Thursday .
The Argentine Emiliano Grillo remains in the twenty-first place with 139 strokes and after signing the pair today, while the Mexican Abraham Ancer yielded 20 places until the thirty-third after adding 72 (+2) to his locker for a total of 140.