Tarbais Victor Perez (photo) has brought back the second card in a row under par and will start the weekend three strikes behind new captain, Portuguese Ricardo Gouveia.
Victor Pérez could have ambitions to continue this KLM Dutch Open. protected from Mike McGuire Added to his tally is 67 from the first round, 70 (-2) per day.
Starting at 10, the 29-year-old golfer crossed the midpoint evenly with two volleys and as many sprites, especially at 18 after putting a ball in the water at this rate of 5.
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At -7, the Tarbais hold a good position in the top five gained on Thursday, three lengths behind the new leader, Ricardo Gouvia. The Portuguese showed his advantage on Friday with an attractive card of 66 (-6). An eagle, six birds and two ghosts permeated the day for the player from Faro who knocked out Just Lutein in first place.
The Dutchman played 10 more shots than he did in the first round and found himself with a No. 19 shot behind Eddie Pepperell who was hot in his heel on Thursday.
Huatong Li He finished second, one point behind the Portuguese, in pursuit of his first major win on the DP World Tour.
The Chinese also started from the age of ten, and quickly set fire to the track with two birds and an eagle on the first three holes. Three new birds on the next six holes allowed the double-winner of the tour to cross the first stop at 29 (-7).
If a bogey came in at 2 (11 for him) to slow his rise, three new birds in the follow-up pushed him to the top of the rankings with a card of 63 (-9).
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The tournament is still very hesitant with many contenders in good standing, such as the pole Adrian Myronk (68-68) The Ghost in the English DP World Tour Matt Wallace (69-67).
The two men share the last step on the podium while four other players, including the Italian, share the Guido Migliosithey are with Victor Perez In fifth place. The first thirteen points are held in five points that promise an exciting “touching day”.
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even at -4, Joel Stalter He can still sign a very good performance. The Thionville native also scored a second card under 71 (-1) of the day. He’s not quite behind in 19th, six strokes behind the leader.
At just 48 years old, Raphael Jacqueline (-3, 28) Cut his 400th career run this week in DP World Tour. Antoine Rosner (-2, 39), Frederic Lacroix And the Roman Langask (-1, 48) He will also be present this weekend.
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