Joel Moscatel has no vertigo at the Australian PGA

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Joel Moscatel has no vertigo at the Australian PGA

Joel Moscatel super with amazing results the second day of the Australian PGA Championship held at Royal Queensland in Brisbane. On a dreaded day, the first session after his resounding 64 in his debut in a major professional tournament, when consciousness dawns and he realizes what he has achieved, also in playing, in the afternoon , with the most trampled vegetables, the man from Ilerd signed. the field pair.

Moscatel, 25 years old, does what he knows best. He made the most of three par 5s with plenty of birdies, easing to three bogeys on the day, after a rocky start with two bogeys in the first five holes. Fourth, still in the top 10, which would give him as much money as all his career earnings so far, he is four shots behind the leader, Australian Min Woo Lee.

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Minjee’s brother, the double Major winner, a player who had a good start and a bad finish coming into the weekend, with just two titles under his belt, shot up to 12 under par with a brilliant 66, followed by national star, Adam Scott, who played 12 outstanding holes (six birdies) to take it down to the last. With no wins since before the pandemic, February 2020, the former number 1 in the world hopes to end this drought. “My game has improved, now the ball responds the way I want,” he said.

Cameron Smith’s tears

In Moscatel’s good performance added that of Rafa Cabrera Bello, which is ninth after a very difficult fight 68, with five birdies and two bogeys. Not recognized was Cameron Smith, the defending champion, who shot 78 and missed the cut by nine strokes. He left in tears. “My way of playing was unacceptable, in fact, it was worrying. I don’t remember a worse performance in my career.”

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