Rafa Cabrera Bello, sixteenth in the HSBC WGC Championship golf tournament - La Provincia

Rafa Cabrera Bello, sixteenth in the HSBC WGC Championship golf tournament - La Provincia

Rafa Cabrera Bello he could not repeat his good performance first day at HSBC WGC Championship, although it manages to stay in the 'top 20' of the tournament that takes place in Shanghai (China) after the celebration of the second day.

In the appointment of PGA Tour, the Gran Canaria golfer has passed from the fifth position to the sixteenth after presenting a 73 impacts card. Within the bad the island player saved the furniture, because it was not shown nothing fine with its long game.

Now figure with a total of 141 hits. Continue to exercise as better Spanish in Shanghai, well Adrián Otaegui it's in the square 46 at the end of the second day, while Jon Rahm -8th in the world ranking- occupies a discreet 58 place with +5 and Jorge Campillo is the 66.

Rafa Cabrera Bello, in statements made by the specialized website 'Ten-golf', recognized that the second day it could have gone much worse for him: "The ship could have gone if I did not have patience and I do not get so much around the green. "

"But I have endured the best that I could, and except for some occasional error, such as go to the water in hole 14 with the second shot, I think I've brought out all the best to a day in which I have barely given myself birdie options", analyzed the Gran Canaria.

Rafa Cabrera Bello recognized that "it has been a hard day in the wind", but that still" it is evident that it could be done to the field, because there are players who have achieved it. "I have not been all that accurate from the tee what was needed to do it, "he added.

The Gran Canaria waits in the third day power recover positions in the classification, "to see if I can still give some option for Sunday"

The American Tony Finau is the new leader of the HSBC WGC Championship, which is held at the Sheshan International club. Carries three shots ahead about his compatriot Patrick Reed and the English Tommy Fleetwood and Justin Rose.

With eight birdies, a double bogey and a bogey, Finau delivered a card in the second round. 67 hits, five under par. Your total is 133 impacts. Improvement in three 136 of Tommy Fleetwood, Patrick Reed Y Justin Rose, tied in the second place.

In the fifth position, the American Xander Schauffele, with 137, and in the sixth his compatriot Patrick Cantlay, with 138. In the seventh place, with 139 blows, the Belgian appears Thomas Pieters, the Argentinian Emiliano Grillo, Thai Kiradech Aphibarnrat and the Americans Pat Perez, Keegan Bradley Y Kyle Stanley.


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