Monday, March 07, 2016

Tony Jacklin Open at Casablanca, Morocco

Play it again, Sam! Kiloh shoots a 67 to

 move into top 20 

Portlethen's Sam Kiloh (Paul Lawrie Golf Centre) had one of his best rounds since he turned pro to move into the leading 20 after two rounds of the Tony Jacklin Open at Casablanca, Morocco today.

Kiloh, pictured, improved by five strokes with a five-under-par 67 for five-under par 139 and a share of 18th place in the starting field of 126 players.
In a bogey-free round, Kiloh birdied the fourth, long fifth, long ninth, long 13th and 18th.
He is six shots behind the new leader, Germany's Julian Kunzenbacher (68-65 for 133).
Chris Robb (Meldrum House) slipped back to joint 40th place with a 73 for 142. Also on that mark is Peterhead's Philip McLean (Paul Lawerie GC) who had birdies and one bogey in a second-round 68.
Ross Cameron (Saltire Energry) bogeyed the 18th to miss the cut to the leading 40 and ties by one shot with rounds of 72 and 71 for 143. He did eagle the eighth for the second day in a row.
Former Scottish amateur champion Alexander Culverwell (Dunbar) had a triple bogey 8 at the fifth in a 75 fo4 149.

Par 144 (2x72)
133 J Kunzenbacher (Ger) 68 65
135 B Neumayer (Aut) 65 70.

139 S Kiloh 72 67 (T18)
142 C Robb 69 73, P McLean 74 69 (T40)
143 R Cameron 72 71
149 A Culverwell 74 75



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