DP World Tour golfers continue to battle it out in the Ras Al Khaimah Championship ($2 million prize pool). The event is now in its second edition, and after two rounds the Dane Rasmus Hojgaard, the Pole Adrian Meronk and the Scotsman David Law are in the lead.
Ras Al Khaimah Championship, results
The trio of leaders commands with a score of -11 (133 hits) and boasts a length of margin over a quartet of pursuers made up of the English Dale Whitnell and Daniel Gavins, the Dutch Wil Besseling and the Japanese Ryo Hisatsune, who commanded yesterday.
-9 and eighth solo position for the English Matthew Baldwin, who precedes his compatriots Callum Shinkwin and Matthew Jordan, the South African George Coetzee, the Swede Alexander Bjork, the French Matthieu Pavon and the Dane Marcus Helligkilde by a length.
On the par 72 course of the Al Hamra Golf Club in Ras Al Khaimah (United Arab Emirates) Edoardo Molinari does not go beyond the daily par remaining at -6. For the Turinese 19th provisional place in the company, among others, of the Spaniard Adri Arnaus.
Nothing to do for Guido Migliozzi instead, who runs into the +2 of the day and +1 overall, slipping to the hundredth position: thus he greets the kermesse of the Emirates. Tomorrow space for the third round which will skim the rankings even more.
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