The national golf team, Torque GC, is at -12. Far, for the moment, from the -22 of the leaders of the Fireballs GC.
Joaquín Niemann ended a negative day in Tucson, Arizona. The man from Talagante performed well on Friday, with a -4 card. However, this Saturday he finished 3 over par, which leaves him in 34th position in the table. Previously, however, he was a leader in several sections.
On what was the penultimate day of competition, the Chilean found himself with -1 under par in the aggregate table. It’s still a positive number, but his performance on Saturday night at the start that led him to be among the leaders.
Marc Leishman remains atop the LIV Golf Tucson standings at under 11. Four players are three shots off the lead in a tie for third place and three more players are within striking range at 7 under.
On the other hand, Mito Pereira is the one who lives a different, but positive panorama. The national golfer had been left behind on Friday. However, he now overtakes his compatriot in the standings, sitting 18th in the standings. Accumulated a -3 card.
After round 2, the team table indicates that the Chilean team, The GC couple is at -12. Far, for the moment, from the -22 of the leaders of the Fireballs GC.
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