FILE PHOTO: Britain Golfing – BMW PGA Championship – Wentworth Membership, Virginia Water, Surrey, England – 27/five/17 Scotland’s Scott Jamieson in motion throughout the 3rd spherical Motion Pictures by means of Reuters / Paul Childs Livepic
(Reuters) – Scotland’s Scott Jamieson shot a bogey-free seven-under-par 65, the most productive spherical at the day, to take a two-stroke lead over Spaniard Sergio Garcia and a trio of Englishmen after the second one spherical of the KLM Open in Amsterdam on Friday.
The 35-year-old Jamieson, who has one Ecu Excursion identify to his identify, moved to 11-under general and climbed 8 puts at the leaderboard after his seven birdies at The World route heading into the weekend.
The Scot leads a bunch together with Garcia, in a single day chief Callum Shinkwin and his compatriots James Morrison and Matthew Southgate who’re all tied for 2nd on nine-under.
Garcia, the 2017 Masters champion who’s chasing his 16th win at the Ecu Excursion, moved up seven spots as he signed for a five-under 67, which incorporated six birdies offset by way of a bogey at the par-four 6th.
Shinkwin was once undone at the entrance 9 when he bogeyed the 6th and the 9th holes to complete on 69, whilst Morrison, who had claimed the clubhouse lead previous on Friday, carded 67.
England’s Sam Horsfield and 18-year-old Dane Nicolai Hojgaard had been tied for 6th at eight-under general after carding rankings of 69 in the second one spherical.
Reporting by way of Rohith Nair in Bengaluru; Enhancing by way of Ken Ferris