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  •   Home > News > Sports > Golf

    To the Colonial Country Club in Texas..

    To the Colonial Country Club in Texas..


    That long bogey putt has wrapped up Kiwi golfer Ryan Fox's second round at PGA Tour's Charles Schwab Challenge.

    It's saw him complete a three-under par round of 67 - leaving him one back of the lead and tied for third at five-under overall.

    Fox made four straight birdies early in his front nine - before finishing bogey-birdie-bogey - included a trip into the water at his last hole of the day.

    Meanwhile - at the European Tour event in Belgium - round one leader Sam Jones has carded a one-under par second round to be four shots off the lead.

    GOLF COVERAGE WITH CROWN... THERE IS NOTHING LIKE A NEW CROWN. SIMPLY THE BEST.

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     15 Jun: Two birdies on the back nine have seen Ryan Fox ascend back above the cut line in the second round at the US golf Open at Pinehurst
     14 Jun: Rory McIlroy's crediting his mental resilience for a bogey free five-under-par 65 opening round at the US Open golf major in North Carolina
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