Circuit LIV: Lopez-Chacarra ends alone after two rounds

Circuit LIV: Lopez-Chacarra ends alone after two rounds


Everything suggests that the Spaniard Eugenio Lopez-Chacarra will win the Bangkok tournament of the LIV circuit, he who comfortably settled in the lead, Saturday morning, after giving a second card of 63 ( -9). 

The 22-year-old athlete had an impressive clear round punctuated by seven birdies and an eagle. He thus displays a cumulative of 128 (-16) after 36 holes. This score gives him a lead of five strikes over his closest pursuers, a quartet formed by Richard Bland, Sihwan Kim, Harold Varner III and Patrick Reed.

On the collective level, the Fireballs, whose part Lopez-Chacarra, sit at the top of the standings with a score of -34. The individual leader of the competition can, among others, count on the contribution of his teammates Carlos Ortiz and Abraham Ancer, each with a cumulative of 137 (-7) after two rounds. The Niblicks are their closest pursuers, seven strokes behind.

The Bangkok tournament ends on Sunday.