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Sport Collin Morikawa takes two-stroke lead into WGC-Workday Championship final round

04:35  28 february  2021
04:35  28 february  2021 Source:   golf365.com

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US PGA champion Collin Morikawa will take a two -shot lead into the final round in Florida as the American goes in search of a first World Golf Championships title at The Concession. The 24-year-old carded a 67 to sit at 15 under at the WGC - Workday Championship and he could have been out of Morikawa and Horschel were playing together but they were worlds apart on the leaderboard when the former made five birdies in a row to lead by three at the turn and then made two more on the 11th and 12th to lead by five. Horschel had birdied the seventh and eighth but was back level for the day after

In the second round of the 2021 World Golf Championships - Workday Championship at The Concession, Collin Morikawa makes a 11-foot birdie putt at the par-4 15th hole.

US PGA champion Collin Morikawa will take a two-shot lead into the final round in Florida as the American goes in search of a first World Golf Championships title at The Concession.

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The 24-year-old carded a 67 to sit at 15 under at the WGC-Workday Championship and he could have been out of sight after a run of seven birdies in eight holes from the fifth handed him a five-shot lead.

Bogeys on the par-five 13th and 17th brought him back to the pack, however, and he will have a host of the game’s biggest names breathing down his neck in round four.

Four-time major champion Brooks Koepka and 2014 FedEx Cup winner Billy Horschel were at 13 under, a shot clear of 2012 US Open champion Webb Simpson and two ahead of former world number one Rory McIlroy and 2018 Masters winner Patrick Reed.

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In the second round of the 2021 World Golf Championships - Workday Championship at The Concession, Collin Morikawa chips to 6 feet and makes the putt for birdie on the par-5 7th hole.

WGC - Workday Championship . Koepka mixed seven birdies with a lone bogey on his way to a six-under 66 at The Concession Club, taking him to 11 under and a shot clear of Morikawa , Billy Horschel and Cameron Smith. Morikawa equalled the lowest round of the day with an eight-under 64, while Overnight co-leaders Matt Fitzpatrick and Webb Simpson sit two strokes back in tied-fifth alongside Tony Finau, while Patrick Reed is three back on eight under and Rory McIlroy heads into the weekend six shots off the pace. Starting the day a shot off the lead , Koepka birdied the first and holed a

Morikawa and Horschel were playing together but they were worlds apart on the leaderboard when the former made five birdies in a row to lead by three at the turn and then made two more on the 11th and 12th to lead by five.

Horschel had birdied the seventh and eighth but was back level for the day after consecutive bogeys from the 13th left him six shots off the lead.

A gain on the 16th was followed by a remarkable eagle from just 10 feet on the next and with Morikawa’s late stumble, Horschel too was in the mix for a first WGC win.

Morikawa told europeantour.com: “Everything still feels great about my game. It was a struggle coming down the last few holes but I still feel like I’m driving it well, still feel like I’m hitting my iron shots so, come tomorrow, I’ll get some good rest and we’ll be right there.

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Bryson DeChambeau was the big winner of the second round at the WGC - Workday Championship , but Brooks Koepka holds the lead heading into the weekend. After opening with a 77 on Thursday, DeChambeau moved up 44 spots into a tie for 20th thanks to a course-record score of 64. He came into Friday ranked seventh on the PGA Tour in one-putt percentage and 19th in overall putting average. Koepka gained 2 .74 strokes with the putter in round one. He two -putted eight holes and didn't have one three-putt on Friday. The Florida native had one bad moment on the 18th hole when he pulled his

“Anything can happen. I know all the guys behind me, they’re very capable of going low, if not having a start like I had today. That’s why I’ve got to be ready from hole one and be ready all the way through the round tomorrow.”

Koepka recovered from a bogey-bogey start with four birdies, while Simpson carded a 69.

McIlroy signed for an eventful 66, the highlight of which came when he eagled the 13th to cancel out a double-bogey on the second.

“It’s OK,” he said. “It’s nowhere near what I feel like I can play. I feel like I’m sort of piecing it around. I’m getting it around, put it that way.

“I don’t feel like I’m flushing it by any means but it’s a work in progress and I’m seeing some good signs, which I guess is encouraging.”

Reed carded a 69 to sit a shot ahead of a group including England’s Matthew Fitzpatrick.

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