Rafa Cabrera climbs in the 3M Open and Jon Rahm remains number 1

In your attempt to achieve a good result In one of the tournaments that remain for the regular season on the PGA Tour, Rafa Cabrera threw 68 strokes on the second day of the 3M Open and climbed positions to stay five shots from the head, now occupied by Canadian Adam Harwin and the American Ryan Armor with 10 under par.

Rafa will probably be worth a spot among the first three of any of the remaining tournaments to pass the FedexCup sieve and put the first stone, despite another locked final like Thursday. He reached his 14th hole with five under par on the day after five birdies and played par 5 of hole 6 in a stuck way, reached the green of four and called it with a bogey, to which he added another error at 18. However , your current state invites you to think optimistically.

In a more languid state is Dustin Johnson. The one from South Carolina missed the cut by two strokes, which ensures one more week the world number 1 to Jon Rahm, a condition that he will enjoy next week in the Olympic tournament. Sergio Garca, meanwhile, repeated Thursday’s card with 70 strokes and be there for the weekend.

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