Scottie Scheffler keeps cut streak alive with bogey-free 65 at Colonial .as the full video display below ⬇️

Scottie Scheffler keeps cut streak alive with bogey-free 65 at Colonial .as the full video display below ⬇️

Scottie Scheffler might not win for the fifth time in seven starts but he proved why he’s the game’s undisputed world number one when he carded a bogey-free 65 to keep his cut streak alive at Charles Schwab Challenge in Texas.

The American (inset), who faces a June 3 arraignment on four charges following his arrest at the PGA Championship last week, began the day on two-over after his first over-par opening round of the season.

But he ended his day just three shots behind early clubhouse leaders Sunjae Im and Keegan Bradley on three-under at Colonial Country Club.

The Masters champion who has not missed a cut for 21 months, birdied the 13th and 18th to turn in two-under before reeling off three birdies in a row at the start of his back nine. He was struggling for par at the 408-yard ninth but chipped in to shoot 65.

At the DP World Tour’s Soudal Open in Belgium, Portmarnock’s Conor Purcell goes into the weekend 11 shots behind Spain’s Nacho Elvira after making the three-under-par cut on the mark.

The former Walker Cup star (26) followed his opening 67 with a one-over 72 featuring four birdies, one

Chasing his second European title, Elvira carded a second successive, bogey-free, seven-under 64 to take a one-shot lead over England’s Ross Fisher, who shot 63, into the weekend at Rinkven International in Antwerp.

In the KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship in Michigan, Pádraig Harrington fired six birdies in a three-under 68 to dip inside the projected cut line at Harbor Shores.

The Dubliner was tied for 46th on level-par, 12 strokes behind LIV Golf’s Richard Bland, who followed a 64 with a five-under 66 to lead by a shot in the clubhouse from Scott Dunlap.

Paul McGinley was sitting on the projected level-par cut line after a battling two-under back nine saw him card a rollercoaster 72.

On the Ladies European Tour, Carton House professional Lauren Walsh is tied for third heading into the final day of the weather-affected Jabra Ladies

The Kildare star was one-under for her second round through 12 holes but eight shots behind Switzerland’s Morgane Metraux on three-under when play was suspended due to thunderstorms.

Metraux was seven-under for the day and held a five-stroke lead over France’s Agathe Sauzon on 11-under through 15 holes when play was called for the day.

Meanwhile, West Waterford’s Gary Hurley was the only Irishman to make the cut in the Danish Golf Challenge after a second successive 71 left him 56th on two-under, ten shots behind Norway’s Andreas Halvorsen.

In amateur golf, two-time former Challenge Tour winner Stephen Browne won the Irish Senior Men’s Amateur Open Championship at Moyvalley.

The Hermitage man (50) closed with a four-under 68 to win by two strokes from Kinsale’s Shane Kenneally and Greystones’ Alan

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