GOLF-DOMINICAN REPUBLIC – TELAM Agency
Three Argentine players are far from the vanguard but managed to overcome the qualifying cut imposed, after the second round played today at the Corales Golf Club in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic, in a tournament valid for the US tour of the PGA Tour.
Thus, Emiliano Grillo, from Chaco, 30 years old and located in position 114 in the world ranking, has a mark of 142 hits (today he used a card of 71), which places him in 44th place in the classifier.
Meanwhile, Estanislao Goya from Cordoba, 34 and ranked 445 in the ranking, accumulates 143 hits (-1), with which he shares 52nd. Position.
Meanwhile, Augusto Núñez from Tucumán, 30 and 302 in the ranking, recovered thirty places in the second round, after a stupendous 68 shot card (with four birdies), which allowed him to climb to 63rd. Site, with a cumulative 144 (court par).
On the other hand, Fabián Gómez, 44, from Chaco, was left out of the contest that will award prizes for 175 thousand dollars, after completing the second round with 71 hits. In this way, the native of Resistencia reached 145 strokes (+1) for the first 36 holes of competition.
The only leader is the British Matt Wallace, with a balance of 133 strokes (-11), followed by the Americans Sam Stevens and Wyndham Clark, both with 134 (-10).
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