Rafa Cabrera Bello scale positions in South Korea. The Gran Canaria, the only Spanish representative in the CJ Cup of the PGA Tour, closed the second day approaching the privileged zone and willing to fight for the highest positions in the tournament. With a good card of 70 strokes has a global of -1 to occupy the 22nd position, eleven steps above Thursday, and eight shots behind the leader, the American Scott Piercy (-9).
The day was celebrated with better conditions than the opening day. With less wind and a more favorable weather, very meritorious cards were signed, being the best of the day Brian Harman with a spectacular record of 64 strokes. Cabrera Bello had a day with comings and goings in which he combined five birdies with four bogeys, all of them consecutive between the 16th and 1st holes (It came from the tee of 10). Last season he signed an 11th place in this same tournament.