The RBC Legacy is one of the PGA Visit's assigned occasions this year, and however it was challenging for it to feel as such coming in off the Experts, the list of competitors is beginning to take care of business in a manner that might persuade you in any case as the competition works out.
One of last week's first-round pioneers (Viktor Hovland) is again driving this competition – – which was suspended for haziness with six golf players yet to finish Cycle 1 – – yet he has another huge names behind him like Jordan Spieth, Matt Fitzpatrick, Xander Schauffe, Patrick Cantlay, Sam Consumes, Scottie Scheffler and Justin Thomas.
We should investigate Hovland's most memorable round and perceive how this competition is taking care of business for the following couple of days.
1. Viktor Hovland (- 7): Hovland shot a spotless 7-under 64 in the principal round. After a frustrating Bosses blur it's a pleasant bounce back for himself and significant of a greater pattern on the year. Subsequent to completing T42 at the Phoenix Open, he's continued to complete T20, T10, T3 and T7 in his last four stroke play occasions. Hovland expressed Thursday after his round that he gleaned tons of useful knowledge from driving the Experts after the primary round and moving in reverse throughout the following three days. A piece of that was putting, indeed, yet some of it, he said, was green administration.
“I didn't putt it as great the last three adjusts last week as I did the main round, which clearly is difficult to do,” Hovland said. “I hit it alright, yet I didn't hit it as extraordinary as I did the main round. However, I took a major example from not short-siding myself as much last week on the grounds that out there on that fairway on a portion of those pins, I got excessively voracious and I missed it in some unacceptable spots, and I can't permit myself to do that.
“So this week I'm simply attempting to play a smidgen more, not moderately, yet ensuring that I hit more greens, focus of the greens, and can sort of rest on my putter. What's more, on the off chance that I truly do miss a green, I feel like my short game's in a decent place where I can make an all over.”
Hovland again putted the lights out Thursday, driving the field in that classification. How about we check whether that proceeds and whether he settles on a few better choices as it connects with approach play throughout the following 54 openings.