Jon Rahm is not completing his best tournament in this BMW Championship and, after finishing the first day with a card of 73 shots, the second day of competition for the Spaniard was not as good as he would have liked. He closed the first round of the day with a +3 on his card, something unusual for the Spaniard, who began with a bogey on the first hole.
However, in the afternoon session he started the first nine holes very well, reaching three birdies in the first holes to culminate with a birdie that was finally tarnished with a bogey on the 18th hole. Despite this, the Navarrese He finished the day with -1, improving the start of the day.
Jon Rahm, results
The good news is that there are still two days left in this BMW Championship, so the Spaniard still has room for improvement and will be able to try again today. He currently sits at T53, way off the lead, at +1 overall.
In this qualifying tournament there is no court, so the 70 best golfers in the ranking, who have gathered, will complete their participation in full on Sunday, August 21. The Australian Adam Scott continues in first position with an overall -8, after completing another very good day in the fields of Wilmington Country Club, in Wilmington.
They are closely followed by Scottie Scheffler, Cameron Young, Corey Conners and Jordan Spieth with -7, after making other very good performances that allow them to climb to the top positions. With everything that has happened, the positive note is that Rahm will have two more days to improve his results and climb some positions that will place him in a better position in the FedEx ranking: 36 strokes and everything to be decided in Delaware for the 70 best golfers of the PGA Tour.
The Spanish shift today will begin at 2:40 p.m. Spanish time. Jon Rahm Rodríguez (born 10 November 1994 in Barrika) is a Spanish golfer. Already at number 1 in the world ranking of amateur golf, for a record time of 60 weeks, he reached the first place of the official ranking after winning the Memorial Tournament in July 2020, then returning to occupy the highest position following the victory of the U.S. Open in June 2021: he was the first Spaniard to triumph in the prestigious tournament.