Friday, November 18, 2011

Gonzalo continues its sweet time

Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano lives days of wine and roses in Asia. After his victory in Singapore last Monday, the golfer has not left Madrid the lead after two days and sent at the Dunlop Phoenix tournament probably the Japanese and International Circuit which has in its list of winners with Severiano Ballesteros, who won in 1977 and 1981, or Tiger Woods (2004 and 2005).

Gonzalo, author of six birdies in a row, four of them between 5 and 8 - and a bogey, he signed 66 hits, the best lap of the day tied, and leads in a blow to Japanese Hideto Tanihara. Gonzo, as I have dubbed the British, this week aims to get the top 50 world ranking, a group that plays all the big tournaments.

Pablo Larrazabal, meanwhile, reacted and worked his way up to No. 17 after signing a card of 68. In Malaysia, for its part, in one of two scoring tournaments on the European Tour, the day could not be completed by thunderstorms. Send the Swede Daniel Chopra at 13-under par, while the Spanish players are pretty retarded. Lara Garrido, with three under par, are the two best, although they are still lacking 15 and 16 holes to complete.


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