DP World Tour golfers continue to battle it out in ISPS Handa World Invitational 2023 ($1.5M prize pool). The Northern Irish event born in 2019 sees an undisputed leader in charge. It's about Daniel Brown. The Englishman already tries to escape after two rounds, leaping into the lead with a score of -11 (130 hits).
Daniel Brown, results
Brown, who finished the day's efforts finding a solid -4, even boasts a 6 length margin over his compatriot Alex Fitzpatrick and the Spanish Angel Hidalgo. Fourth position with a score of -3 for the Scot Connor Syme, for the Iberian Adrian Otaegue, for the Dane Rasmus Neergaard-Pettersen, and for the English John Parry and Eddie Pepperel.
On the par 70 course of the Gargorm Castle Golf Club and on the par 71 course of the Castlerock Golf Club in Ballymena (Northern Ireland) the top ten closes in ninth position with -2 the Portuguese Pedro Firueiredo and Ricardo Santos, the Indian Manu Gandas, the Japanese Rikuya Hoshino, French Robin Sciot-Siegrist and English Richard Mansell.
A day to forget for Italians. After an excellent debut round, Gregorio De Leo clamorously bids farewell to the tournament. The blue scores a nefarious +9 per day, slipping beyond the cut area with an overall score of +4. 82nd with +6 Lorenzo Scalise, followed by a length by Renato Paratore.
Return to the major bitter circuit for Matteo Manassero. The Venetian does not confirm the good things shown in the Challenge Tour by finishing more than 100th with a score of +11. The Rules of Golf are a set of standard rules and procedures by which the sport of golf should be played.
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