Three-way tie for lead, Max Homa’s blistering back nine and Justin Thomas’ new approach to putting highlight a busy Friday at the 2023 Wells Fargo Championship

By Fly Pin High |
May 5, 2023

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Nobody has separated from the pack after two rounds of play at the 2023 Wells Fargo Championship. In fact, the leaderboard is rather bunched.

While the usual stars may not be in contention, 37 players are within five shots of the lead entering the weekend, setting up for what could be a thrilling finish at Quail Hollow Club.

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Everyone’s favorite Angry Golfer Tyrrell Hatton fired a 6-under 65 to tie the low round of the day and claim a share of the lead at 8 under alongside Nate Lashley (66) and Wyndham Clark (67). Six players are all T-4 and just a shot back at 7 under, including Xander Schauffele, Justin Thomas and Adam Scott.

Rain was in the forecast for Saturday’s third round, but it appears to have cleared up for the final stretch in the Queen City. Here’s what we learned from a busy Friday at Quail Hollow.

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