Monday, July 31, 2017

Chris Robb leads Polish Open after bogey-free 

36 holes for a pair of 67s

Chris Robb (Meldrum House) stretched his lead to two strokes after 36 holes in the Pro Golf Tour's Polish Open with a repeat 67 for a 10-under-par tally of 134 at Sierra Golf Club.
The former Scottish amateur champion from Banchory has not had a bogey over the two rounds.
His closest rivals, on 136, are Max Walz (Germany) and Pedro Figueiredo (Portrugal), both with scores of 69 and 67.
Figueiredo had a hole in one at the par-3 eighth. 
Peterhead's Philip McLean was the only other Scot to beat the cut - 146 and better qualified - with two rounds of 70 for 140 which has him in joint 13th place with a round to go.

Former Scottish amateur champion Alexander Culverwell (Dunbar) missed the cut with scores of 74 and 73 for 147.
Also on the sidelines now are Paul Lawrie Golf Centre players Kevin Duncan (76-75 for 151) and Portlethen's Sam Kiloh (80-74 for 154).

Par 144 (2x72)
134 C Robb (Sco) 67 67.
136 M Walz (Ger) 69 67, P Figueiredo (Port) 69 67.
137 F Becker (Ger) 68 69, M Laier (Ger) 71 66.

140 P McLean 70 70 (T13)

MISSED THE CUT (146 and better qualified)
147 A Culverwell 74 73
151 K Duncan 76 75.
154 S Kiloh 80 74.



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