Thursday, April 05, 2018

Chris Maclean, two off the pace, is the leading Scot after
two rounds in Morocco

Former Scottish amateur champion Chris Robb (Meldrum House) from Banchory is in joint sixth place, five shots behind the leader, with one round to go in the Pro Golf Tour's Open Royal Golf Anfa Mohammedia in Morocco.
Robb has had rounds of 70 and 68 for a tally of four=under-par 138 over the par 71 course.
Leading the field is Dutchman Max Albertus with scores of 67 and 66 for nine-under 133.
Chris Maclean, former member of Balmore Golf Club, is the leading Scot in a share of second place with scores of 69 and 66 for 135, the same mark as Mateusz Gradecki from Poland with sores of 68 and 67.
Ross Cameron from Peterhead is the second highest placed Scot in a share of 12th place on 141 with rounds of 72 and 69,

Zander Culverwell (Dunbar), a second past Scottish amateur champion in the field, has scored 73 and 72 for a share of 30th place on 145.
Phil McLean from Peterhead, Hawick's Craig Howie and Liam Johnston are sharing 39th place on 146. McLean has scored 72-74, Howie 76-70 and Johnston 73-73.
Kevin Duncan from Cruden Bay missed the cut by six shots with scores of 78 and 74 for 152.



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