BMW International Open, Haotong Li dreams



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BMW International Open, Haotong Li dreams

In Munich, even in the second round of the BMW International Open, Haotong Li's great performance continued. In the DP World Tour tournament and on the Munchen Eichenried Golf Club course (par 72), the Chinese remained at the top of the standings with a score of 129 (62 67, -15) and preceded by a stroke the New Zealander Ryan Fox, second with 130 (-14) ahead of the Dutch Daan Huizing, third with 132 (-12).

BMW International Open, Haotong Li

Among the Azzurri, the Apulian Francesco Laporta has gained seven positions and is now 11 / o with 136 (68 68, -8). Further back Edoardo Molinari, 50 / o with 140 (71 69, -4). While they left the scene: Nino Bertasio, 89 / o with 143 (-1), Andrea Pavan, 107 / o with 145 (+1), Lorenzo Gagli, 139 / o with 150 (+6) and Renato Paratore, 143 / or with 151 (+7).

In Munich a great start for Haotong Li who, with a partial of 62 (-10), the result of two eagles and six birdies, is alone at the top of the BMW International Open standings. In the DP World Tour tournament and on the course of the Munchen Eichenried Golf Club (par 72), the Chinese has a shot of advantage against the Dutch Daan Huizing, second with 63 (-9) ahead of the German Nicolai Von Dellingshausen, third with 64 (-8).

Bagarre in fourth place shared with a score of 66 (-6) by six players, among them the German Martin Kaymer (former number 1 in the world, who hasn't won since 2014, the year of his triumph at the US Open), runner up in 2021 as in 2018, and the Danish Rasmus Hojgaard.

Among the Azzurri, the best after the first round is Francesco Laporta. The Apulian, 18 / o with 68 (-4), has created an eagle and five birdies, with three bogeys, and precedes the Roman Renato Paratore, 29 / o with 69 (-3).

Further back Edoardo Molinari, 71 / o with 71 (-1). Late Nino Bertasio and Andrea Pavan (winner in 2019), both 89 / i with 72 (par). Disappointing performance for Lorenzo Gagli, only 123 / o with 74 (+2). Martin Kaymer (Dusseldorf, 28 December 1984) is a German golfer who participates in the PGA European Tour.

In 2007 he won the title of Sir Henry Cotton Rookie of the Year, the annual award for the best rookie on the European Tour. In 2009 he finished in 3rd place in the order of merit, despite being held back by a go-kart accident that compromised part of his season.

In 2010 he reached 6th place in the Official World Golf Rankings. On August 15, 2010 he won his first PGA Championship by beating the American Bubba Watson in the playoffs.