Moving day on file at the Wells Fargo Championship, on the Potomac course in Maryland. At the top of the standings we find the American Keegan Bradley, able to recover six positions thanks to a lap in 67 strokes which earned him a total score of -8. His lap, the son of 5 birdies and two bogeys, was the best of the day, on a course that is becoming more complex every day.
Keegan Bradley, Wells Fargo Championship
Bradley’s first pursuer is compatriot Max Homa, 2 shots away from the leader. Homa therefore maintains the position he occupied in the middle of the race due to a lap closed in 71 strokes. Behind him we find a pair of players with a score of -4 and therefore two more shots away, they are the Indian Anirban Lahiri and the American James Hahn.
Fifth position occupied by Englishman Matthew Fitzpatrick who, despite a lap 1 shot above the PAR, manages to climb five positions in the ranking. Behind Fitzpatrick we find a group of 7 players with a score of -2, in which the comeback Rory McIlroy, Northern Irish, is the only one not with stars and stripes, sharing the position with Cameron Young, Luke List, Matthew Wolff, Chad Ramey, Brian Harman and Denny McCarthy.
A day to forget for the provisional leader Jason Day in the middle of the race. The former world number 1, after an exceptional first lap and a very solid second, ran into a round today with five bogeys, a double bogey and even a triple bogey, ending up in the water at hole 4. The round in 79 makes him lose 9 strokes and 12 positions in the standings, as well as any hope of success after two days as a dominator.
Keegan Bradley is an American golfer. The eldest son of Mark Bradley, owner of the Jackson Hole Golf and Tennis Club in Jackson, Wyoming, has been a pro since 2008, he won the 2011 PGA Championship as a rookie on his first major appearance. He was rookie of the year ‘of the PGA Tour in 2011  and was part of the American team of Ryder Cup in 2012 in Medinah which was won by a comeback from Europe.