Jakarta, November 17 Gaganjeet Bhullar was still in control of the BNI Indonesian Masters 2023 presented by TNE on the second day, even though during the day rain wet the Royale Jakarta Golf Club, the match could still be played. Bhullar played well again, collecting 4 points or making 67 strokes on the second day. Bhullar had problems getting a boogie on hole 9, hole 17, but with the six birdies produced today, it was enough for Bhullar to secure the top of the leaderboard so far. For this player of Indian nationality, Indonesia is not a foreign place for him; the Indonesian Open is a championship that he has won three times. Perhaps now is his biggest opportunity to become champion and champion again in Indonesia.
In second place is Canadian player Richard T. Lee, who got -4 from 67 strokes, so he has collected -9 from two days of this tournament, and in third place is occupied by the 2018 Master Champion, Patrick Reed, who got -3 from 68 strokes.
Meanwhile, for players from Indonesia, Jonathan Wijono and Kevin C. Akbar managed to pass the cutoff, with their respective total scores over the past two days being -5 for Jonathan and -2 for Kevin.
One of the keys to improving Jowi’s (Jonathan’s nickname) game is the new caddy, who has slowly gained his chemistry.
“Actually, I don’t like having to think about everything; I prefer just hitting. In the beginning, I still had the ego to make my own decisions. There were often a lot of differences in vision, but as time went on, we started to get along, and I had to be able to trust my caddy.” Jowi said