Rahm and Meronk, LEADERS after the first day of LIV Golf Jeddah

The Spaniard and the Pole finished the first half in Saudi Arabia with 62 strokes, eight under par.

The Spanish Jon Rahm term leader with the Polish Adrian Meronk, both have cards 62 hits, eight under par, after the first day of LIV Golf Jeddah of Saudi Arabia, with income impact on a trio of players which is the Chilean Joaquín Niemann.

Rahm, 29 years old, who signed for this new circuit in December, where recently debuted in the tournament held in Mexico, closed a wonderful journey with a balance of eight birdies, without fail. Final point like Meronk, who for his part performed an eagle, on the 14th hole, seven birdies and a bogey. It’s a hit awayn the Chilean Niemann, the South African Charl Schwartzel and the American Bryson DeChambeauwith 61, and the South African two Louis Oosthuizen.

After Rahm, the best of the Spanish is Sergio García with a 67, with three birdies, followed by David Puig with a 66, five birdies and three bogeysand of Eugenio López-Chacarra with a 71, had one eagle, two birdies and five bogeys. Regarding group classification, the Legion XIIIled by Rahm is the leader and leads the Stinger GC by one stroke where the South African stands out Schwartzel.

Source: Tycsports

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