Muñoz was coming off his best round on the PGA Tour on Thursday: 60 strokes, 12 under par. Besides, The Bogotano became the first player to deliver two cards of 60 or fewer strokes in the entire history of the circuit.
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With those savings, plus the 69 from this Friday, the Colombian is still in the race to get his second win on the circuit.
“I think the birdie on the 1, after not lowering the par-5 of the 18, changed the round for me.”
The Bogotano feels calm about the last two rounds of the tournament. “Being 15 under par after two rounds is very good, I didn’t imagine it before I started so I’m happy and I have to keep doing the same”, he concluded.
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The three leaders of the tournament, including Muñoz, will go out to play together in the last group, starting at 11:30 in the morning, Colombian time.
With information from the PGA Tour