After shooting an 8-under 63 on Friday (which was Saturday in Manila), Englishman Dale Whitnell is currently leading the Mallorca Open by one stroke. Whitnell’s score was able to tie the course record that was established the day before by fellow Englishman Marcus Armitage.

At Son Muntaner Golf Club, Whitnell moved to the top of the leaderboard after achieving an eagle on the par-5 11th hole in addition to making six birdies on the course.

“It’s a bit softer today, the wind wasn’t as strong this morning as it was yesterday afternoon, so you could be a bit more aggressive,” said Whitnell.

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“The wind was not as strong this morning as it was yesterday afternoon.” “I just got a few more putts close to the hole, but a few of them missed,” Whitnell said.

Ryan Fox also impressed with a score of 7 under 64, which put him in second place heading into the weekend by one shot.

All three players, Maximilian Kieffer, Hugo Leon, and Rasmus Hojgaardare, were behind by three shots.

Armitage recorded a 3-over 74 the day after setting a new record for the course, which caused him to fall five shots behind Whitnell’s pace.

The Los Angeles Country Club, which is located on the outskirts of Beverly Hills, is going to host another US Open tournament before it has even hosted its first major championship. This time, the ladies will compete on the course.

The United States Open will be played at the club’s North course for the very first time in June of next year. On Wednesday, the USGA made the announcement that the US Open will be revived in 2039. In the year 2032, the LACC will play host to the United States Women’s Open.

According to John Bodenhammer, the chief championships officer for the United States Golf Association (USGA), “We could not be more delighted to bring our two biggest national championships to The Los Angeles Country Club and extend our association with the club that extends back more than 90 years.” This is a wonderful place for sports, and it has a community that is really passionate about golf. Additionally, there is a fantastic course here where championship golf can be played.

The news provides the USGA with excellent Open locations in northern and southern California, with Pebble Beach planned to host a US Open or US Women’s Open eight times until 2048.

Through 2039, the Los Angeles County Stadium Club will play host to three US Opens and one US Women’s Open. The Riviera Country Club will stage the US Women’s Open in 2026 and the Olympics in 2028.

The United States Open was held at Torrey Pines in San Diego in 2008 and 2021, although the course is not currently slated to host another tournament.

George C. Thomas was the architect behind the design of the LACC, and in 2010, Gil Hanse oversaw a comprehensive renovation of the building.

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