Cameron Smith surges to within one shot of Jason Scrivener’s lead

All, that is, except for Smith. The Open champion and LIV Golf’s poster boy, made his move during the second round at Royal Queensland on Friday, charging up a leaderboard where his name stuck out like the proverbial sore thumb. His exquisite short game was the backbone of a six-under 65, lifting him to second and just one shot shy of 36-hole leader Jason Scrivener (-10).

”The crowd was great today, and it seemed like they were three and four deep either side of the fairway all day,” Smith said. “My old boy was whinging at me [saying] he didn’t get to watch me play golf [during…

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