Aussie men golfers are showing well at the Genesis Open at Riviera Country Club near Los Angeles, unfortunately for Jason Day, however, he is not one of the golfers of whom we speak.
No, it is world number seven Adam Scott who is near the top of the leaderboard, along with young Cameron Percy of Queensland, as the last day of play will feature a marathon of sorts, as the tournament was severely affected by weather delays early on, meaning that most of the leaders will be playing 36 holes today.
Scott and Percy obviously have the stamina, which would lead one to think that the two rounds on the final day would be to their advantage, were it not for the fact that uber-athlete-stud Dustin Johnson, who could hop codes and join the NBA or MLB at any time of his choosing is also in the mix for the win.
Day, unfortunately, is having bad ones, well back of the lead after managing to post only two under par after completing his first two rounds. His world number one ranking is under pressure from Johnson.
Usually reliable John Senden has missed the cut, and he willed be joined by Geoff Ogilvy and Steven Bowditch. Maybe the three could get together for an adult beverage, seeing as they will have the day off, so long as they remember to hide Bowditch’s car keys.