In New Delhi, the German Yannik Paul after the first also dominated the second round of the Hero Indian Open, tournament of the DP World Tour. In the middle of the race the 28-year-old Teutonic with one round in 69 (-3) out of a total of 134 (- 10), took off and now boasts a five-stroke lead over his compatriot Marcel Siem, 2/o with 139 (-5) alongside the Finn Mikko Korhonen, the Indian Angad Cheema and the Icelandic Gudmundur Kristjansson.
Yannik Paul, results
On the course of the DLF G&CC (par 72), Edoardo Molinari from Turin – once again the best among the blues – is instead 46/o with 147 (74 73, +3) ahead of Francesco Laporta from Puglia, 56/o with 148 ( 76 72, +4).
On the other hand, Guido Migliozzi from Vicenza (104/o with 157, 79 78, +13) was released for the fourth consecutive time. Twelve birdies and two bogeys. This is Paul’s schedule after 36 holes played. The number 119 in the world, runner up last week in Bangkok in the Thailand Classic, is chasing the second career victory on the top continental circuit after the one that arrived in Spain in October 2022, in the Mallorca Golf Open.
The race course in India is putting the competitors to the test. There are only 23 players so far who have scored under par. In an appointment, once again the protagonist four years after the last time, which is giving away a total of 2,000,000 dollars (of which 340,000 will go to the winner).
New Delhi is a city of India of 257 803 inhabitants, as well as a district of the federal territory of Delhi; it is the national capital. Based on the number of inhabitants, the city falls into class I (from 100,000 people upwards).
The district administrative office is located in the Connaught Place district. Seat of the government of the most populous liberal democracy in the world, New Delhi is included in a metropolitan area (that of Delhi), which is the second largest in India (21,753,487 inhabitants in a 2011 estimate), after Mumbai (Bombay).
. While Calcutta was historically associated with the British presence in India, Delhi retained the memory of indigenous princes, along with the grandeur of the Empire which Raj bureaucrats attempted to bolster by assuming control of numerous durbars for the visiting Viceroy and Royals.
It was only in 1911, from one of the Durbars, that the announcement was made that the capital of the Raj had been moved from Calcutta to Delhi.
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