Luiten threatens to cut to miss PGA Championship
Joost Luiten seems to be no chance to make the cut to get in the 99th PGA Championship, the last golfmajor of the year. The Dutchman ran Friday a round of 73 strokes (2 over par) on the road from Quail Hollow.
Luiten is the tournament at +7, good for a shared ninetieth place. The cut is, while not all men have their second round finish at +4, making the 31-year-old Bleiswijker almost certainly not come back should come for the third and fourth rounds on Saturday and Sunday.
Lutes walked a volatile second eighteen hole course in Charlotte, North Carolina. He recorded three birdies but also five bogeys.
The number 86 of the world fell Thursday during his first round on a hole-in-one on the fourth hole, but with a score of 5 over par positioned himself very poorly to the cut in the PGA Championship.
Kevin Kisner is provisionally in the lead at the Quail Hollow Club. The 33-year-old American, born in South Carolina, and delivered for the second day in a row of a scorecard of 67 strokes and is at -8 for the tournament. By ‘dangerous’ lag the game for some time silent at the end of the American afternoon.
View the hole-in-one of the Lutes in the first round