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Sports Steele shoots 67 to take 1-shot lead at Honda Classic

05:10  29 february  2020
05:10  29 february  2020 Source:   thescore.com

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Westwood, a shot off the lead after the first round, consolidated his position with a second-round 69. Joint overnight leader Tom Lewis finished in 75 to fall to tied 34th. Steele 's 135 strokes, after Friday's round of 67 , earned him the outright lead at the halfway stage, while fellow American James Tyree

(AP) — A year ago at The Honda Classic , Jhonattan Vegas made seven birdies all week. He’s off to a much better start this time. Brooks Koepka, Rickie Fowler and Sergio Garcia were in a large group at 67 , and defending champion Justin Thomas shot 68 after an eventful day that saw him play the last

  Steele shoots 67 to take 1-shot lead at Honda Classic © Ben Jared / PGA TOUR / Getty

Brendan Steele carded a 3-under 67 in Round 2 of The Honda Classic to take a one-shot lead into the weekend.

The 36-year-old carried his remarkable ball-striking from Round 1 at PGA National into Friday and saw a few more putts drop to better yesterday's total by one.

His score could have been a stroke lower had his tee shot on the par-3 15th dropped instead of doing a full rotation around the lip of the cup:

J.T. Poston and two English veterans, Luke Donald and Lee Westwood, share second place at 4-under.

Donald, the former No. 1 player in the world, carded six birdies on the back nine to put himself in contention at the event he won in 2006. The 42-year-old has only two top-10 results on the PGA Tour since the start of 2017.

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Steele shot a 3-under 67 on Friday, getting to 5 under for the week and putting himself a shot This is Steele 's ninth time playing the Honda and the first time he's ended any round at PGA National with the lead . Steele had a chance to take an even bigger lead into the weekend. The famed Bear Trap

A vicious storm Saturday at the Honda Classic made his weekend even longer. Harrington made six birdies in the 12 holes he played Saturday morning in the rain-delayed tournament to complete a 4-under 66 and take a one - shot lead over Patrick Reed, with Ian Poulter and Brendan Steele another

Here's how the top of the leaderboard stands after 36 holes:

Shane Lowry, Tommy Fleetwood, and Sungjae Im sit inside the top 10 at 2-under par.

Fans expecting to see big names play the weekend at PGA National will be disappointed. The field took a drastic hit with Rickie Fowler (4-over), Justin Rose (6-over), Brooks Koepka (8-over), Louis Oosthuizen (9-over), and Viktor Hovland (10-over) all missing the 3-over cutline.

Round 3 begins at 8:10 a.m. ET on Saturday with the final pairing teeing off at 1:45 p.m. Here's the broadcast schedule for the weekend:

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Every fires 1st-round 65 to lead McIlroy by 1 at Bay Hill .
Matt Every posted a brilliant 7-under 65 in Round 1 of the Arnold Palmer Invitational to beat the mark Rory McIlroy set early on Thursday by one stroke. Every, whose only two PGA Tour victories came in back-to-back years at Bay Hill (2014 and 2015), carded his bogey-free round in the more difficult afternoon wave of the draw. The scoring average was 1.4 strokes easier in the morning due to calmer conditions. Last week at the Honda Classic, the 36-year-old finished dead last after making an 11 on a par 3."Sometimes I'm really good and sometimes I'm really bad," he said after his round. "It's a weird game.

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