Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship Day Two Analysis - Sullivan and DeChambeau continue to impress

Sport360 staff 18:44 22/01/2016
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Sport360’s Tom Bushell and Joy Chakravarty discuss the second day of action at the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship where Englishman Andy Sullivan and American amateur Bryson Dechambeau are tied on -10.

After the start of play had been delayed by two hours and 45 minutes due to thick fog, Sullivan began his round with three successive birdies and ended it the same way to card a second successive 67.

At 10 under par the former supermarket shelf-stacker led by one from American amateur Bryson DeChambeau, who had nine holes remaining, with the marquee group of Jordan Spieth, Rory McIlroy and Rickie Fowler completing 13 holes before darkness fell.

McIlroy and Fowler were five under par, but while Fowler was three under for the day, a frustrated McIlroy had carded 12 pars and a solitary bogey.


World number one Spieth, who started his season by shooting 30 under par to win the Tournament of Champions in Hawaii by eight shots, was two strokes further back after two bogeys and one birdie.












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