LIV Golf Round 2 Team Performance
The second round of the LIV Golf London team competition saw some impressive performances and close competition, with RIPPER GC leading the pack at -23. Below, you will find a analysis of the round from a tea, score perspective,
1. RIPPER GC:
Cameron Smith and Matt Jones both contributed significantly with identical scores of 67. Marc Leishman’s score of 69 also added to the team’s strength. Their combined Round 2 score of -10 helped him secure the top position for the day.
2. STINGER GC:
They had an exceptional day with Louis Oosthuizen scoring a remarkable 63, supported by Charl Schwartzel’s 66 and Dean Burmester’s 67. Their Round 2 score of -17 was the highest of the day, moving them just one point behind the leaders.
3. 4ACES GC and RANGEGOATS GC
Both teams are tied for third place at -19. Patrick Reed and Dustin Johnson’s low scores of 64 and 65 helped 4ACES GC achieve a Round 2 score of -16. Harold Varner III and Thomas Pieters led RANGEGOATS GC to a Round 2 score of -9.
4. MAJESTICKS GC and CRUSHERS GC:
Both teams managed to tie for the fifth position with a total score of -16. Paul Casey’s 65 was a significant contributor to CRUSHERS GC’s Round 2 score of -12, while Henrik Stenson’s 66 led MAJESTICKS GC to a Round 2 score of -8.
5. SMASH GC:
The Koepka brothers both scored 66, helping the team achieve a Round 2 score of -12, placing them in seventh place.
6. HYFLYERS GC:
Despite Brendan Steele’s impressive 67, the team only managed a Round 2 score of -7, putting them in eighth place.
7. CLEEKS GC:
Graeme McDowell’s 65 was the highlight, helping the team to a Round 2 score of -10 and ninth place.
8. FIREBALLS GC:
The team’s consistent performance with each player scoring in the 60s led to a Round 2 score of -7 and tenth place.
9. IRON HEADS GC
Kevin Na’s exceptional score of 64 helped the team to a Round 2 score of -15, the third-highest of the day, but they are still in eleventh place.
10. TORQUE GC
With all players scoring in the high 60s, the team managed a Round 2 score of -7, placing them last in twelfth place.
What Is Next?
The competition is heating up, and it will be interesting to see how the teams adjust their strategies for the next round. The scoring patterns and trends suggest that the next round will be crucial in determining the final outcome.