Saturday, August 20, 2011

Tommy Gainey assert Greensboro lead

Posted by Admin On 11:02 AM

America's Tommy Gainey hit a second imposing round at the Wyndham Championship in Greensboro to take a three-shot lead. Gainey, who has never won on tour, added a five-fewer than 65 to go with his aperture day 63 to attain the halfway point 12 under par.
Jeff Quinney started the day sharing the lead with Tommy but could only manage an even round and he ended the day tied for 10th. Tommy, though, chosen up four strokes on the front nine, with two birdies on the back nine counter with a single bogey.
A group of four was level second on nine under par, with Webb Simpson, Stuart Appleby, Ernie Els and Daniel Summerhays the men in the chasing pack. Simpson eagled the par-five fifth for the second time in a row, while Australian Appleby had an up-and-down round those built-in six birdies and three bogeys.
Veteran Els started badly with a bogey at the first but ended four-under for the day. One shot further back at eight under are a second group of four - South Africa's Retief Goosen, England's Paul Casey, Brazil's Alexandre Rocha and America's Jim Furyk.
The cut mark was set at three under, leaving a host of big-name players on the outside. Among those oust after 36 holes were Boo Weekley, Anthony Kim, Bill Haas, Angel Cabrera and Ian Poulter.

 

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