“It was a really bad day.”
Jordan Spieth (USA), 15th in the men’s golf world ranking, said this after a disappointing day on the second day of the PGA Tour Sony Open (total prize money: $7.9 million).
On the 14th (Korean time), in the second round of the tournament held at the Waialei Country Club (par 70) in Honolulu, Hawaii, USA, Spieth poured out 6 bogeys and recorded 1 birdie, hitting a 5-over par 75. . Spieth, who tied for the lead with a 6-under-par 64 in the first round, lost 5 strokes on the day and hit 1 stroke more than the cut-off standard of 2-under 138, failing to advance to the finals.
After the game, Spieth said, “It wasn’t much different, but it was a really bad day.”
The tee shot was also a problem, and the putt was also the cause of the cut without heeding.
The second round fairway hit rate was only 42.86%. Out of 14 tee shots, I only landed the ball on the fairway six times. As a result, the green hit rate, which reached 83.3% in the first round, fell to 61.11% in the second round.
Spieth, who had difficulty attacking the green, was not good at putting. In the first round, the average number of putts per hole was 1.5. However, he scored 1.909 on the day. In other words, he hit one more stroke every 2 or 3 holes only with putts. 슬롯사이트
Spieth is a veteran with a total of 13 wins on the PGA Tour alone. He climbed to the top on the first day of this tournament, making him look forward to his 14th win, but he had a shocking experience of missing the cut and had to go home.
This is the first time that Spieth, who participated in the 4th tournament this season, missed the cut. His most recent exit from the cut was at the FedEx St. Jude Championship in Game 1 of the FedEx Cup playoffs last August.