Wednesday, January 18, 2017

Scotland trio slip back to fourth in PGAs of

Europe title chase in Turkey

Scotland's Greig Hutcheon, Graham Fox and Greg McBain slipped back to fourth place over the second round of the PGA of Europe team championship at Gloria Golf Resort, Antalya, Turkey today (Wednesday).
Germany, with a second-round team score of 134 - eight better than the Scots - jumped into the lead with a 13-under-par aggregate of 275, three shots ahead of Ireland, with England (279) third, Scotland (280) fourth and Wales (282) fifth in a field of 18 teams.
Germany's hero was Dennis Kupper who shot a nine-under-par 63 to lead the individual table by five strokes with a 36-hole tally of 137.
Greig Hutcheon is joint third on 139 with scores of 67 and 72.
Greg McBain has had a pair of 71s for a share of ninth place on 142, one ahead of Fox (72-71) who is tied for 21st place.

Par 288 (4x72)
275 Germany (D Kupper, F Jahn, C Godson) 141 134
278 Ireland (D Mooney, E Brady, McDermott) 137 141
279 England (A Raitt, P Hendriksen, S Brown) 142 137
280 Scotland (G Hutcheon, G Fox, G McBain) 138 142
282 Wales (G Houston, S Runcie, L Bond) 143 139
286 Netherlands
287 Finland
288 Turkey, Denmark, S Africa.
295 Russia, Italy.
303 Czech Rep
304 Poland
305 Switzerland
306 Slovenia
319 Bosnia
339 Serbia

132 D Kupper (Ger) 69 63
137 D Mooney (Ire) 67 70
139 P Hendriksen (Eng) 71 68, G Hutcheon (Sco) 67 72

142 G McBain 71 71 (T9)
143 G Fox 72 71 (T12)



Post a Comment

<< Home

Copyright © Colin Farquharson

If you can't find what you are looking for.... please check the Archive List or search this site with Google