Last year there were only two American wins on the LPGA, in 2017 they are already off the mark thanks to Brittany Lincicome’s victory in the Bahamas. Read more via Lincicome kicks off the year with win in the Bahamas
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Justin Thomas creates PGA Tour history as youngest to shoot 59
Americans Justin Thomas and Ryan Moore share the lead after two days of the Tournament of Champions in Hawaii.
Both players are on 12-under-par after scoring six-under 67s on Friday.
Day one leader Jimmy Walker and fellow American Patrick Reed are one behind on 11 under, while Scotland’s Russell Knox is six shots off the lead on six under.
Moore birdied four of his last five holes and playing partner Thomas, seeking his second PGA Tour victory of the season, birdied his last two holes.
Japan’s Hideki Matsuyama, who has won his last three tournaments worldwide, is in sixth on nine under.
World number one Jason Day is playing for the first time since September and his round of 69 left him on seven under, five shots behind Thomas and Moore.
The event only features 32 players and Thomas is enjoying the competition.
He said: “This is a great opportunity to win a golf tournament, it’s your best chance. They’re all great players, but I’ll take my chances over 32 versus 144 every week.”
Moore, who helped the United States win the 2016 Ryder Cup, added: “It’s fun to be in contention going into the weekend. You need to make birdies and I’m looking forward to it.”
Tiger Woods praises The Donald’s golf ability and says Trump can hit the ball far for his age
- Woods said he enjoyed ‘bantering, bickering and needling’ the president-elect
- 41-year-old was spotted on the course at Trump’s club in Palm Beach last month
- The iconic golfer added Trump to the list of US leaders he has hit the course with
- Woods returned to competitive golf last month for first time in more than a year
And we are off to a flying start in the new year, so get ready folks there is a lot happening at Horcastle Golf.
The time has come to say goodbye to another year and to welcome a brand new one – Happy New Year! Thanks for joining us for the past 12 months of tips, tricks, competitions and news, and here’s to a great 2017.
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