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The rain gives way to the wind in the long time players

The rain gives way to the wind in the long time players

Sports To Write, March 12 The second round of the Players Championship on Saturday was halted without ending due to lack of lighting at TPC Sawgrass, in Ponte Vedra Beach (Florida, US) and will resume Sunday morning. The weather is still the hero in the so-called “Big Five” of golf. Three days after the tournament began, only the first round had been completed and less than half of the players had managed to sign the second card. Once the rains that cut off the first round passed, and the second round was delayed and forced the finish to be extended into Monday, today’s session was dominated by strong winds that made it difficult for the few players who took to the field. At nightfall, when the match was suspended due to darkness on the court, world number one, Spaniard John Ram was only able to take one shot, while Sergio Garcia left the second hole halfway. American Bubba Watson had the best performance of the day, four-bird without foul despite the wind, with 68 strokes for 141 (-3) cumulative, just as fellow current defending champion Justin Thomas finished the second round with 69 hits. And three birds.

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