Cameron Smith (AUS) is on course for his third individual title after taking a two-shot lead at the 11th stop of the LIV Golf 2023 season ($25 million total purse).Smith carded seven birdies, one bogey and a double bogey for a 4-under 67 in the second round of the tournament at Trump National Golf Club (Par 71, 7,562 yards) in Bedminster, New Jersey, USA, on Wednesday (July 13).Smith, who took sole possession of the lead after the first round the previous day with a 5-under par score, maintained his position atop the leaderboard with a 9-under par total of 133.He is four strokes behind tied for second place with Phil Michaelson (USA) and Dean Vermeester (South Africa – both 5-under 137).Smith, the winner of last year’s The Open Championship, has posted two individual victories since moving to LIV Golf .He won the fifth event of the 2022 season last September in Chicago, USA, and the ninth event of the season last month in England, giving him a chance to add to his tally in 카지노사이트 just over a month. Smith, who started the day on the front nine, faltered early with a double bogey at the par-4 third, but pulled away from the field with three birdies in his final four holes .Mickelson, who has been embroiled in controversy over his bookie revelations that came out just before the tournament, shaved four strokes off his score on the day and jumped from a tie for 10th to second. Gambler Billy Walters, who was allegedly Mickelson’s gambling partner for five years starting in 2008, claimed that Mickelson had spent a total of $1 billion (about $1.3 trillion) on gambling over the past 30 years, even betting on his own Ryder Cup appearances. Bubba Watson and Patrick Reed are tied for fourth (4-under 138), Kevin Na is tied for eighth (2-under 140) and Dustin Johnson (USA) is tied for 15th (even-par 142).Defending champion Bryson De Chambeau (USA) dropped two shots on the day and finished tied for 36th (4-over par 146).Brooks Koepka and Si Hwan Kim (USA) were tied for 40th (6-over par 148) and Danny Lee (NZL) was tied for 45th (9-over par 151).

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