Beau Hossler takes the lead midway at Zozo

Behind him are Justin Suh, just one shot behind, and the Japanese Satoshi Kodaira, first of the hosts, at -5 thanks to -2 today.

by Andrea Gussoni
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Beau Hossler takes the lead midway at Zozo
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The second round ends at the Zozo Championship 2023, taking place in Chiba Prefecture, Japan. He changes the leader, who becomes Beau Hossler. The twenty-eight-year-old Californian, still looking for his first success on the PGA Tour, leads with a score of -7 after having recovered 16 positions following today's -5.

Beau Hossler, results

Behind him are Justin Suh, just one shot behind, and the Japanese Satoshi Kodaira, first of the hosts, at -5 thanks to -2 today. Japan again in the quarterfinal group with Yuki Inamori who is at -4 together with the USA Xander Schauffele and Eric Cole and the Argentine Emiliano Grillo.

The group of round of 16 is large at -3: Collin Morikawa stands out among them, having a bad day, shooting 73 shots (+3) and losing seven positions. With him J.J. Spaun, Keegan Bradley, Robby Shelton, the Australian Cam Davis and the Japanese Mikumu Horikawa and Ryo Ishikawa.

It is notable that only 18 remained under par, because to all those listed are added Zac Blair and the South Korean Sungjae Im, fifteenth at -2, and Joel Dahmen with the Englishman Callum Tarren, seventeenth at -1. Then everyone is par or above par.

Chiba Prefecture is a prefecture in Japan, located in the Kantō region and with the city of Chiba as its capital. Chiba Prefecture is located in the east-central part of the Pacific Ocean island of Honshū, Japan.

Its population is 6,216,419 inhabitants (in 2011). The prefecture is divided into thirty-seven cities and six districts. The capital of Chiba Prefecture is Chiba City, which is subdivided into six districts. Chiba Prefecture is bordered by Ibaraki Prefectures to the north, Tokyo and Saitama Prefectures to the west.

Most of Chiba Prefecture lies on the Bōsō Peninsula, a mountainous region and important in rice cultivation. The more populated northwest is part of the Kantō Plain, which extends across most of the Kantō region.

On the edge of the city of Tokyo, on the banks of the bay of the same name, we find the parks of Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea (Tokyo Disney Resort complex). It is Tokyo's tenth tourist destination and Tokyo Disneyland is the first Disney theme park to open outside the United States. The prefecture is also home to the Takagoyama Prefectural Nature Park.

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