Thursday, November 10, 2011

Good start for Fernandez-Castano in Singapore

Italian Edoardo Molinari and Englishman James Morrison 'destroyed' with respective 62 strokes (9 down) Sentosa Tanjong travel at the beginning of the Singapore Open golf.

Molinari and Morrison lead the standings with one stroke lead over Korean YE Yang, U.S. PGA champion 2009. The early leaders in Singapore 'fun' Tanjong difficulties with two memorable tours. Molinari, like Morrison, holed ten 'birdies' by a single bogey. The Italian, also signed a superlative 29 strokes on the back nine holes.

The 62 pair of hits better dimensioned edge 66 of Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano. The Spaniard made, yes, the Serapong, the other more difficult route and where the tournament takes place simultaneously scoring, too, for the European Tour and the very high figure of 204 competitors.

Bad start Spanish
Chestnut, with the third best card in the Serapong, is ninth in the table and clearly the best of a poor start to the Spanish golfers: Alejandro Canizares, with two under par (69 strokes), is ranked No. 54; Jose Manuel Lara (72) the 126 and Ignacio Garrido and Miguel Angel Jimenez (73) share the 140.

Paul Martin (74) and Pablo Larrazabal (75) were sunk in this massive tournament in which three American golfers survived after 18 holes. The Venezuelan Jhonattan Vegas signed 68 in the Tanjong and holds the thirty-second spot, while Brazilian Adilson Da Silva took a blow (69).

Colombian Camilo Villegas got into trouble by signing par for the course (71), which were the same shots that ended the American left-hander Phil Mickelson.


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