Wednesday, June 27, 2018

Sean Lawrie in four-way tie for EuroPro Tour lead with a 65
Aberdeen's Sean Lawrie, pictured, is in a four-way tie for the lead on six-under-par 65 after the first round of the EuroPro Tour's Cumberwell Park Championship, Bradford upon Avon.
James Frazer (Pennard Golf Club) was the first in the clubhouse with an opening round of six-under par, one which included seven birdies and just one bogey, comfortably the Welshman’s strongest opening round of the season. 
Local amateur James Cooper (Cumberwell Park), 18, made a birdie-eagle-birdie start on his way to a 65.
Mark Young is looking to double his £10,000 win tally this season, and had the perfect start, carding the third 65 round of the day.
 Sean Lawrie (Paul Lawrie Golf Centre) built on some solid performances in recent weeks to be the final of the four to card a 65-opening round, bogey-free no less. He said: “It feels like my game has been building to this sort of performance for the last few events. To go bogey-free was a great bonus and something I can build on heading into tomorrow.”
He added: “After carding a great opening round at the PDC Golf Championship at Studley Wood but then dropping off in the second; I feel I’ve learnt from that now I know what it is like to be in that position and hopefully I can build on that tomorrow.”
The second round of the Cumberwell Park Championship continues on Thursday (28th June) after which a cut to the leading 50 players and ties will be made before a final round is played on Friday (29th June).
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