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Brooks Koepka dominated the top of the second round of the 2019 Tour Championship

Brooks Koepka dominated the top of the second round of the 2019 Tour Championship

Birdie in the last hole helps Golfer Brooks Koepka raise the total score to -13.

On the second day in a row, Koepka closed the round of golf at East Lake with 67 clubs (par70). You have the first birdie in par 6 par5 even though the fairway deflection and the second stick drop the ball into the sand trap. This impressive score created a psychological momentum for golfer in a consecutive birdie world on the next two holes, and did not make mistakes after the first 12 holes.

Koepka's only mistake of the day was bogey in hole 13, where he missed a par on the par from a distance of 26 feet. But Koepka then compensated with birdies in the last hole to maintain a score of -3 second round. Previously, the 29-year-old star also closed the first round of birdies in hole 18 par5.

The last trick to help Koepka make the most of the top of the table with a better stroke than Justin Thomas and Rory McIlroy - the opponents ended the game a few minutes before him.

After a startling start in the first round, Thomas returned with a strong three birdies in the first nine holes. But when the form of the BMW Championship champion is impressing the audience, the round of golf is postponed for about 90 minutes due to the rain. Thomas was "cool" when he came back, there were no birdies in the last nine holes and bogey on the 17th hole. This mistake caused his total score to drop to -12, missing the opportunity to share the top of the table with Brooks Koepka.

-12 is also Rory McIlroy's total after 36 holes. Northern Ireland bogey Golfer opened the hole, after missing a nine-foot shot. Things got better for four major title holders from birdie in hole 6. He made no mistakes and three birdies in the last seven holes, closing the day with 67 strokes.

67 strokes are the second best in this round, only 64 strokes by Chez Reavie - the first to have a hole-in-one at the Tour Champioship 2019. The hole that brought Reavie luck is hole 9 par3, only 230 yards long. on the second day, eight yards off the first day. The 37-year-old Golfer takes a ball driver to hit the grass edge on the green and change the direction to the hole.

Reavie entered the FedEx Cup final playoff event with a low position, only -1 point. After two rounds, the owner of two PGA Tour titles improved the total score to -6, placing T7 with Patrick Reed and Matt Kuchar. Above them were Patrick Cantlay (-7), Paul Casey (-9) and Xander Schauffele (-11) respectively. The small gap between the golfers in the first group promises unpredictable things in the two weekends in East Lake.