Canada’s Adam Hadwin leads the singles lead entering the second round of the 2022 US Open. One of five players within the top six on the leaderboard who had to take part in a sectional playoff in order to enter the field this week, Hadwin places him 4-under 66 by one stroke On his closest track, one of them is the 2011 US Open. Champion Rory McIlroy.
After successfully defending his title at the RBC Canadian Open, the Northern Irishman was virtually flawless en route to a stealth-free first round…through 17 holes. One stroke behind McIlroy, a trio of former UCA champions Dustin Johnson, Justin Rose and Matt Fitzpatrick all fell for 2-under 68 seconds during the refreshing afternoon wave.
Although there are a number of big names in Hadwin’s two, his biggest concern may lie with those currently sitting at number one. Jon Ram, Justin Thomas, Colin Morikawa, Will Zalatores and Max Huma all managed to play red characters with their Thursday shows. With 54 holes yet to unfold, these game giants are sure to claim this championship.
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