Juan Sebastian Muñoz: performance in the first round of Arnold Palmer call – other sports – sport


Colombian Juan Sebastian Muñoz Arnold Palmer started a right-footed call at Bay Hill Club & Lodge and after scoring 4-below 68, tied for fourth, twice behind. Rory McIlroy s Corey Konners Lead by 66 (-6).

Bogotano closed with a large bird in the last hole, as it struck an eight-meter bird, while it was his fifth success for the day, scoring only one ghost in the fourteenth hole.

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“I played great golf today (Thursday), yesterday (Wednesday) I wasn’t shooting very well and I was here with my coach and we couldn’t find the comeback, but today I found a more rhythm and hit it really hard well and close with that jumper at the end it was great. I guess. I took advantage of my moment, I got it right when I had to do it right and I did the pairs that had to be done, “Muñoz analyzed after his tour.

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Regarding Bay Hill conditions, the 26-year-old said, “The track is amazing, last year the conditions were very tough and I arrived and I was expecting something similar, but today the green is much smoother and the roughness is not very high, so I was able to take advantage of it. “.

Muñoz will leave on Friday morning (7:44 a.m. local time) in an attempt to catch up with Northern Irishman Rory McIlroy and Canadian Corey Konners who outdid the first day and lead a blow to Bresson de Shampoo (-5).

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Another Latino who had an auspicious start was the Argentine Emiliano Grillo, Who presented a 1-below-the-level 71 card, which left him 29th, after six birds and five ghosts. The Argentine alternated the good with the bad in his first nine holes, but on the second leg, he bumped into three birds (3, 5, and 6), even though he said goodbye with a ghost in the last hole.

The other Colombian in court, Camilo Villegas, He didn’t have the best start and a round of 81 put him down the board.

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