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Bryson DeChambeau angry with putt that drops; weather delays Saudi International

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A lengthy lightning delay and then fading sunlight forced the second round of the Saudi International to be suspended early, but some big names were near the top of the leaderboard as Friday’s action concluded.

Ryan Fox shot his second straight 65 and is officially the leader at 10 under, although Stephen Gallacher has the same score after completing 10 holes of his second round.

Action will resume early Saturday morning and the third round will be a two-tee start as organizers try to get caught up at Royal Greens Golf and Country Club in King Abdullah Economic City.

Dustin Johnson is in a four-way tie for second at 8 under, two shots off the lead, although he had an interesting moment when he struck a marshal with his drive midway through the round.

Tommy Fleetwood and Justin Rose are both 7 under while Viktor Hovland, Tony Finau and Tyrrell Hatton are among those at 6 under.

Bryson DeChambeau struggled on the day, posting a pair of late bogeys before play was halted, and is currently 4 under 32 holes of play.

The reigning U.S. Open champ did have one of the funnier moments of the day, however, as he was upset with a par putt on the 6th hole and started to follow the ball angrily.

He was happy with the result, however.

Others who are still in the hunt include Phil Mickelson and Martin Kaymer at 5 under, and Sergio Garcia, who sits with DeChambeau at 4 under.

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original article link https://golfweek.usatoday.com/2021/02/05/bryson-dechambeau-angry-saudi-international/

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