American Russell Henley new interim leader in Hawaii

Sports Writing, Jan 14 (EFE).- The American Russell Henley provisionally leads the Sony Open in Hawaii, a tournament belonging to the American PGA circuit, with a total of 125 strokes, 15 under par, in the middle of the championship. Henley reached the first position after finishing in second place this Thursday after completing the Honolulu Waialae Country Club circuit in 63 impacts, with two bogeys, five birdies and two eagles. Behind him came the Chinese Haotong Li, three shots away, and the American Matt Kuchar, third, with a total of 129. The American Kevin Na, defending champion of the title and who yesterday opened the tournament by conquering the first place in the table, Today he moved away from the top positions by signing a card of 71 strokes, ten more than the previous round, and finished in 16th place, seven strokes behind the leader. The Colombian Camilo Villegas, the Argentine Emiliano Grillo and the Mexican Abraham Ancer left Latin America without representation in the tournament as none of them managed to make the cut, set at five strokes under par.



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