Honda Classic Standings

Honda Classic Standings

There are many PGA tournaments between March-April, and golfers can show their talent after several monthes preparation. Frankly speaking, as amateur, you can catch discount golf equipment to practice and then catch up with them.

Villegas went round in his second successive 66, as two of the brightest emerging stars on the PGA Tour – Villegas is 28 and Kim is 24 – led from one of its most senior players.

Kim carded a six-under-par 64 in his second round, equalling the course record, and shared the lead at eight under with Camilo Villegas of Colombia. In his golf bag, there are many golf clubs, including taylormade r9 460 driver.

Kim’s fellow American Jerry Kelly stood in fourth place on six under after a round of 65, and overnight leader Nathan Green dropped back into a share of fifth place on five under after a level-par 70.

Alongside Green in a group of five were former Masters champion Mike Weir and Northern Ireland’s Graeme McDowell after rounds of 64 and 67 respectively.

Two other players shot 64 – Canadian Stephen Ames and England’s Paul Casey – and they both shot up into a share of 12th place.

Co-leader Kim was pleased with his round, after struggling in terms of scoring in the early weeks of the season as he loves Titleist.

He said: “I feel really good. I’ve been working hard on my game, and the last couple of months I’ve really started to play better. I haven’t put four good rounds together. I’m happy to have another opportunity to putt four good ones together and hopefully have a chance to win the tournament on the back nine.

Who will be the hero of this year without Tiger Woods? Let’s wait and see.

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