Tuesday, September 26, 2017

Chris Robb runs up a 10 on his way

to an 80 Germany

Former Scottish amateur champion Chris Robb (Meldrum House), in the first-round mix with a 66, nosedived out of contention with a TEN at the par-4 fourth hole in the second round of the Pro Golf Tour's Castanea Resort Championship at Adendorf, Germany today.

Robb, pictured, finished with an 80, having only one birdie in halves of 41-39, and his two-over-par tally of 146 has dropped him to a share of 44th place, 14 strokes behind the German amateur leader Max Schmitt (64-68 for 132).
Portlethen's Sam Kiloh (Paul Lawrie Golf Centre) also had one disastrous hole but he limited the damaged to a triple bogey 7 at the 15th  in a 73 for 140 and joint 19th place with a round to go.
Peterhead's Philip McLean shot four birdies in improving from a 75 to a 70 for 145 and joint 40th placer.
Alexander Culverwell (Dunbar), another past Scottish amateur champion is joint 47th on 147 (74-73).
Schmitt leads by four shots from another German, Jonas Kilbing (64-72 for 136).



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