Friday, October 28, 2011

Ramsay, in the first round leader, Sergio Garcia was the best Spanish

Ramsay, winner of the South African Open last year, submitted the best card of the day thanks and five birdies on the hole eagle-eleven, with whom he beat England's Ross Fisher, with 67 (-4), French Gregory Havret, with 68 (-3), and Scotsman Stephen Gallacher, 68 (-3), the other highlights of this day.

Sergio Garcia has confirmed in the first round of the Andalucia Masters in Castellon his triumph was not a flash in and back on track.

Your card of 70 strokes (one under par) has been confirmed as the best Spanish of the opening day, which has been accompanied by the wind-damaged as the day wore on, and at times by rain, which, fortunately, took to appear.

Sergio Garcia improved in the second sleeve in the first two birdies, had succeeded in that hole even once-the second longest, clone 500 meters, made an eagle, spiced up with birdies on holes 10, 16 and 18. However, three bogeys, at 12, 14 and 17 - and a double bogey, at 13 -, handcuffed to leave progression with a total of 70 strokes (-1).

The Malaga Miguel Angel Jimenez "tarnished" his first round with four birdies with two bogeys which amended the holes-in one and 6 -, and a second in which he 'went through' the hole 18, which was double bogey.

Until then made par on six holes, bogeyed 12, birdied 15 and 18 with the fateful double bogey that made him finish with 71 hits (pair).

Alejandro Canizares was another prominent among the Spanish players. The Spaniard made five birdies on the course, which neutralized the three bogeys and a double bogey on the hole-7 - to end 71 (par for the course).

Ignacio Garrido came within one stroke of Madrid, with 72 (one over par), with a second set in which each time he found best.

Gonzalo Fernandez Castano finished with 73 (+2) on a tour which had the best outcome for holes 11 and 12 with respective birdies.

In a single stroke of Pablo Larrazabal was Gonzalo (with 74), who made par on his first nine holes, but then racked up four bogeys in nine.

Alvaro Quiros had the burden of six bogeys and a double bogey on the hole-7 - that reduced performance, although in the latter part of the journey took three birdires and other par three holes. Finally got 76 hits (five over par).

Jose Maria Olazabal was also far from the best on the first day, totaling 75 strokes (+4).

Santiago Luna, with 76 hits (+5), had a second part of the course more irregular, which had four bogeys, with one birdie.

Rafael Cabrera, with a card of 78 (+7), had its fateful afternoon in the second part of the course, in the 14-hole bogey-double, and above all, the 17, three strokes.


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