Max Homa, playing in this week's PGA Tour event and leading after the first two rounds of the Fortinet Championship in Napa, Calif.
He is one of five former Cal golfers who are standing in. Homa scored a 5-under par 67 at the Silverado Resort and Spa North Course on Friday,
and in the tournament, he was 12-under, tying points with Danny Willett who recorded a 64 at 8-under on Friday. increase.
this two of him lead the field by two shots behind him.
Another former Calgolfer is right behind. Byun Hung Ahn, who spent a year with Cal before turning pro,
hit a 4-under par 68, 10-under and tied for third, two shots behind Justin Lower. Lower, who took the lead in the first round, hit 1 under par and 71 strokes in the second round, leaving 10 under par.
Home is his defending champion in this tournament, his first PGA Tour event of the 2022-2023 season. But what made his first two rounds particularly enjoyable for Homa
Homa was the fact that in his first two rounds alongside Cameron Champ, his former Cal teammate Michael Kim was part of his trio.
"It was a great group," said Homa. "I'm very good friends with Cameron and of course very good friends with Michael. It's been a fun, fun group and a fun few days.