Scottie Scheffler shoots 1-under 70 in round two of the World Golf Championships-Mexico Championship
February 21, 2020
- February 21, 2020
Scottie Scheffler uses nice approach to set up birdie at WGC-MexicoIn the opening round of the 2020 World Golf Championships-Mexico Championship, Scottie Scheffler lands his 208-yard approach 4 feet from the cup at the par-4 8th hole. He would make the putt for birdie.
In his second round at the World Golf Championships-Mexico Championship, Scottie Scheffler hit 10 of 14 fairways and 10 of 18 greens in regulation, finishing at 1 over for the tournament. Scheffler finished his day tied for 36th at 1 over; Bryson DeChambeau is in 1st at 11 under; Patrick Reed and Erik van Rooyen are tied for 2nd at 10 under; and Hideki Matsuyama and Justin Thomas are tied for 4th at 9 under.
At the 316-yard par-4 first, Scheffler had a 313-yard drive to the green. Leaving himself a 26-foot putt for eagle, which he converted. This moved Scheffler to 2 under for the round.
On the 186-yard par-3 third, Scheffler hit the green off the tee but had a three-putt after missing a putt from 8-feet for a par and finished with a bogey. This put Scheffler at 1 under for the round.
Scheffler got a bogey on the 445-yard par-4 fifth, getting on the green in 3 and two putting, moving Scheffler to even-par for the round.
After a 334 yard drive on the 625-yard par-5 sixth, Scheffler chipped his fourth shot to 6 feet, which he rolled for two-putt bogey on the hole. This moved Scheffler to 1 over for the round.
Scheffler tee shot went 242 yards to the left intermediate rough and his chip went 21 yards to the green where he had a two-putt for bogey, bringing Scheffler to 2 over for the round.
On the par-4 eighth, Scheffler's 206 yard approach to 14 feet set himself up for the birdie on the hole. This moved Scheffler to 1 over for the round.
On the 382-yard par-4 ninth hole, Scheffler reached the green in 2 and sunk a 22-foot putt for birdie. This moved Scheffler to even for the round.
After a drive to the left side of the fairway on the 450-yard par-4 10th hole, Scheffler had a 128 yard approach shot, setting himself up for the birdie. This was his 3rd under-par hole in a row and moved Scheffler to 1 under for the round.
After a tee shot at the 225-yard par-3 13th green, Scheffler suffered from a tough three-putt after missing a putt from 8-feet for a par and finished with a bogey. This put Scheffler at even-par for the round.
On the 575-yard par-5 15th hole, Scheffler reached the green in 3 and sunk a 5-foot putt for birdie. This moved Scheffler to 1 under for the round.