Friday, March 24, 2017

Dutchman Robbie van West leads after the suspended second round in Agadir. picture:

Dutchman Robbie van West leads after the suspended second round in Agadir.

Robbie van West on top of the leaderboard

After the first round of the Pro Golf Tour's Ocean Open had to suspended on Wednesday due to heavy wind, it was continued on Friday morning before the second 18 holes began at Agadir on Morocco's Atlantic coastline.
During Round 2 Dutchman Robbie van West captured the lead from Frenchmen Decottignies Lafon and Romain Bechu and now leads at three-under-par. Near the end of the day, play in this round had to be suspended because of fading light..
 Second place is shared on two under par by local hero Ayoub Id Omar and Dutchman Dylan Boshart, each with -2. Boshart still has nine holes to complete in his second round.
Sharing third place at one under par (with nine holes in Round 2 still to complete) are Maarten Bosch (Netherlands) and Romain Bechu (France)
Play will resume at 7.30am local time. The final 18 holes will start at 9.30am in reverse order.
Two Scots, former native champion Alexander Culverwell (Dunbar) and Peterhead's Philip McLean beat the cut at 147 and better. Culverwell had a good second round of 69 after an opening 74. He is T12.
McLean is T36 on 146 (74-72).
The four other Scots in the field missed the cut - Chris Robb (78-72) and Ross Cameron (75-75) on 150; Kevin Duncan (74-80) on 154, and Sam Kiloh on 163 (86-76).
par 142 (2x71)
139 Robbie Van West (Ned) 73 66
140 Ayoub Id Omar (Mor) 73 67.
+Still to complete Round 2: Dylan Boshart (Ned) 69 (-2 after nine holes); Maarten Bosch (Ned) 69 (-1 after nine holes);  Romain Bechu (Fra) 67 (-1 after nine holes).

143 Ben Parker (Eng) 74 69 (T12)
145 Alexander Culverwell (Sco) 76 69 (T24)
146 Philip McLean (Sco) 74 72 (T36).

SCOTS WHO MISSED THE CUT (147 and better qualified)
150 C Robb 78 72, R Cameron 75 75
154 K Duncan 74 80
163 S Kiloh 87 76





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