Despite more favorable weather conditions than the day before, Frederic Lacroix limited the collapse to 71 (-1) at Mount Juliet Estate. After two laps at -8 (136), the Racingman is still lurking in fourth place. Spain’s Jorge Campillo, who was the sole leader, was only three lengths behind. Romain Lancashire, still in solid form, is on the lookout for the top 15 at -6 (138).
Second after eighteen holes on Thursday (X-Aquo), Frederic Lacroix Unsettled by the elements, he settled for 71 (-1) in this second round. Rain, wind, and gray skies definitely beckoned Mount Juliet EstateInevitably golf makes practice a little more complicated than the day before.
A contract that does not prevent the resident Team Saint Laurent Thanks to a stunning chip near the green bunker on this par 5, he scored a magnificent eagle on his first hole (from the 10th) to start with the pedal to the metal.
Racingman fired well despite the rain and alternated between good and low (two bogeys and a birdie) before finishing his first round in 35. It would be his final score of the day as he balanced it with two more birdies to account for two other bogeys.
4th -8 (136) Six other “tenants” like the Englishman. Aaron Rai Or Irish Seamus Power36th in the world, the Frenchman is more keen than ever to win both – the Spaniard George Campillo Three lengths ahead of -11 – just one of the three positions in play for 150th Open in history Scheduled from July 14 to 17 St. Andrews.
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Halfway through, the “lucky ones” are precisely the Paraguayans in Campillo. Fabrizio ZanottiSecond at -10 with Pole Adrian MeronkAaron Rai, who has already qualified, is ranked fourth (130th) at the top of the world rankings.
There is still work to be done as more than twenty golfers are tied for just six points. between them, Romain Lancasc. The Azurian carded a 70 (-2) with just one bogey to finish tied for 15th at -6 (138). He will play the South African on this moving day from 11:45am locally (12:45pm in France). Tristan LawrenceAlready qualified for the British Open thanks to a win at the end of November Joburg OpenLess than… 36 holes!
Four other Frenchmen passed the cut set at -2. After two consecutive failures Julian Brown Stop the bleeding. Antibois, based in Prague (Czech Republic), is 36th, -4 ahead Antoine Rosner (Lost 41 places by mistake of a heavy 75) Julian Warrior And Matthew Pavon. All three are tied for 47th at -3.
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