Cantlay on the roll, extends 60s run

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Patrick Cantlay is 36-under in his last six rounds at The American Express (69-71-65-61-62-68). Photo:

Current FedExCup champion Patrick Cantlay followed his opening round 10-under 62 (LQ) with a 4-under 68 (NT) at The American Express to extend streak of consecutive rounds in the 60s to 21.


2020-21 PGA Tour Rookie of the Year Will Zalatoris closed with seven consecutive birdies (Nos. 3-9*) on Nicklaus Tournament Course to match career-low round of 61 (R2/2021 Sanderson Farms Championship).


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Seeking his first PGA Tour title, Tom Hoge played first 36 holes bogey-free for the first time in his career.

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Sahith Theegala posted a career-best 10-under 62 on the Nicklaus Tournament Course and moved 98 spots from T110 to T12.

Lanto Griffin and Emiliano Grillo post lowest scores of the day at Stadium Course with 7-under 65.


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Last player in the field Jared Wolfe posts low score of the day at La Quinta with 7-under 65

2020-21 Korn Ferry Tour Rookie of the Year Greyson Sigg (T3/-12) fired a bogey-free 5-under 67 and remains bogey-free through 36-holes.

PGA Tour rookie Cameron Young (T3/-12) seeks his first PGA Tour victory in ninth career start (best: T2/2021 Sanderson Farms Championship). He won twice on the Korn Ferry Tour last season to earn PGA Tour status.

Seeking his first Tour title Joseph Bramlett (T3/-12) posted seven birdies and bogeys his final two holes at La Quinta to finish 5-under 67; missed the cut in both prior starts (2020, 2021).

World No. 1 and 2018 American Express champion Jon Rahm (T32/-8) posted five birdies and three bogeys to finish with a 2-under 70 at Nicklaus Tournament Course.

Defending champion Si Woo Kim (T32/-8) posts five birdies at Nicklaus Tournament Course, plus a bogey (No. 8) to finish the day at 4-under 68.

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