Americans Dustin Johnson and Beau Hossler lead with 2 shots ahead

The number one in the world, Dustin Johnson, leads, along with the American Beau Hossler, the AT & T Pebble Beach Pro Am golf tournament, which is held simultaneously on the Pebble Beach, Spyglass and Monterey Peninsula courses, after the dispute of the second round , with two strokes of advantage over the third classified.

Johnson, who on Thursday presented a 67-punch card on the Spyglass Hill Golf Course (par 72), finished today the Monterrey Peninsula (par 71) with 64 hits after scoring 8 ‘birdies’ for a ‘bogey’ which got him , with -12 in total, to share the lead with Hossler, who today at Spyglass Hill finished with 67, while yesterday at Pebble Beach Golf Links (par 72) he finished with 65.

In third place, with -10, are also Americans Troy Merritt and Julian Suri. The first, today in Spyglass (par 72), concluded with 67 strokes, the same ones he needed on the opening day at Pebble Beach (72).

Suri, who this Friday made the Monterey Peninsula CC (par 71), presented a card with 67 impacts, plus the 66 he scored yesterday in Spyglass.

Three shots from the leaders, is the Spanish Jon Rahm, who arrives at the weekend with -9 in total, after starting on Thursday in the Californian tournament with a round of 67 (-4) in Monterrey Peninsula, and this Friday He also made 67, this time at the Pebble Beach Golf Links (par 72), with five birdies without failure.

The Gran Caesar Rafa Cabrera Bello, four of the Biscayan, began big, with eagle at 2 and birdies at 4, 7 and 10, but then entered a pothole with three bogeys followed (11, 12 and 13).

A new birdie on the 17th allowed the Canary to finish the round in Pebble Beach with 69 (-3) and 5 down in the total after Thursday accumulated 69 in Monterrey Peninsula.

Classification after the second round:

.1. Dustin Johnson (USA) 131 (67 + 64) -12 Blows
. +. Beau Hossler (USA) 132 (65 + 67) -12
.3. Julian Suri (USA) 133 (66 + 67) -10
. +. Troy Merrit (USA) 134 (67 + 67) -10
.5. Jon Rahm (ESP) 134 (67 + 67) -9
. +. Phil Mickelson (USA) 134 (69 + 65) -9
. +. Aaron Wise (USA) 134 (65 + 69) -9
. +. Kevin Streelman (USA) 134 (65 + 69) -9
. +. Jason Day (AUS) 134 (69 + 65) -9
. +. Steve Stricker (USA) 134 (69 + 65) -9

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23. Rafa Cabrera Bello (ESP) 138 (69 + 69) -5
120 Fabián Gómez (ARG) 146 (72 + 74) +2
144 Roberto Díaz (MEX) 149 (75 + 74) +6.

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