Monday, November 28, 2011

Northern Ireland take advantage and Spain lost jobs

The Northern Ireland Rory McIlroy and Graeme McDowell have a two-stroke advantage over Germans, South Africans and Americans, with the last tour of the golf World Cup in pairs, while Spain lost jobs and is seven shots behind the leaders.

McDowell and McIlroy endured the rush of Germans and South Africans, who tracks signed today with 61 strokes cards, the best of the day, and got two-stroke lead that may be critical in the face of the fourth and final day in the Chinese countryside Mission Hills.

The Spanish Alvaro Quiros and Miguel Angel Jimenez had their day and 68 hits dropped to twelfth place, unlike seven of the leaders. Mexican Jose de Jesus Rodriguez and Oscar Serna had a good performance and are in seventh place, tied with Italy, and five hits in Northern Ireland.
The fourth and final trip will take place tomorrow in the form of "foursomes" (alternate-shot ), as in the day Friday.


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