Betfred British Masters, a trio in the first place

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Betfred British Masters, a trio in the first place

In England the Betfred British Masters goes up with a bang. In Sutton Codfield (Birmingham) after 36 holes (mid-race) with 137 (-7) the English Richard Bland and the Scots Calum Hill and Robert MacIntyre lead the ranking.

Betfred British Masters, results

While he slipped from 3 / a to 8 / a position with 140 (68 72, -4) Guido Migliozzi, three shots away from the top.

Second lap in 72 (par) - with two birdies and as many bogeys - for the Vicenza. Renato Paratore, who defends the title won in 2020 in Newcastle upon Tyne, has risen from 70 / a to 41 / a position (143, -1). Same score as the Capitoline for Edoardo Molinari from Turin.

While the Roman Andrea Pavan, 97 / o with 148 (+4), the Florentine Lorenzo Gagli, 109 / o with 149 (+5), and the Apulian Francesco Laporta, 128 / o with 151 (+7) came out. Tomorrow the "moving day" with Migliozzi who will try to stay in the footsteps of the best and then try the big shot on Saturday, in the final round.

The European Tour has today announced a multi-year partnership with Zoom Video Communications, Inc. As the European Tour’s Official Unified Communications Partner, Zoom will provide comprehensive communications services including virtual and collaborative experiences for media, commercial partners, hospitality guests and the Tour’s global fanbase, through exclusive live-sport experiences.

Zoom will deliver virtual press conferences and facilitate key stakeholder activities at tournaments via the new Zoom Media Centre launched at this week’s Betfred British Masters hosted by Danny Willett at The Belfry, whilst also providing its services to the European Challenge Tour and Legends Tour.

In doing so, Zoom will assist the European Tour to achieve its sustainability goals moving forward, specifically contributing to its remote operations including tournament planning, which will reduce its carbon emissions by using its virtual communications services and enhanced collaboration services in the future.

Guests of Zoom and the European Tour will also be offered the chance to join the Virtual Clubhouse through Zoom at select events to experience a range of innovative spectator engagements.