Saturday, November 5, 2011

Swede Fredrik Jacobson takes charge at HSBC Champions

Sweden's Fredrik Jacobson golfer became the new leader of the HSBC Champions tournament belongs to the Race to Dubai European Tour and is within the category 'WGC', after the dispute of the second day where Spanish was the best The Cadiz Alvaro Quiros.

Jacobson, who had been in the headboards made after Thursday, gave a second round of 66 shots, six under par after a brilliant day with six birdies, including three consecutive, and no failure.

The Scandinavian impact leads in South African Louis Oosthuizen, winner of the British 2010 ', he displayed a great golf for a spectacular 63 (-9), after being a real' machine 'to make birdies. With him, tied, is the Australian Adam Scott, who made 65 (-7).

As for the Spanish delegation, Alvaro Quiros, Pablo Larrazabal and Miguel Angel Jimenez keep their options in the Sheshan International Golf Club in Shanghai (China), although still far from the head.

Thus, the best on Friday was the Cadiz, who signed 67 shots, five under par thanks to six birdies and one bogey, leaving him six impacts Jacobson, tied with Catalan, the better the Thursday and made 69 (-3), with three birdies, an 'eagle' and two bogeys.

The 'Pisha', an impact of their compatriots, also dropped the pair with a distance of 68 (-4), with six birdies and two bogeys, while Paul Martin forgot his bad first day with 71 hits ( -1), although it is discarded.


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