Rory McIlroy three shots off lead after second round at Travellers Championship

Rory McIlroy three shots off lead after second round at Travellers Championship

Rory McIlroy is three shots back from the lead, after a one under par second round of 69 at the Travellers Championship in Connecticut.

The Ulster man made birdies on his 6th and 11th holes, but gave a shot back to the course with a bogey on his 16th.

He's currently in a tie for 4th place, three back from the leader Brian Harmon.

Seamus Power also enjoyed a good day's work, shooting a three under round of 67, reaching three under in total.

- Digital Desk

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