Home Golf GOLF / MALLORCA OPEN 2021: Campillo and Quirs flag the great start of the Spanish in Santa Ponsa

GOLF / MALLORCA OPEN 2021: Campillo and Quirs flag the great start of the Spanish in Santa Ponsa

by archysport

Updated

21/10/2021

19:10

Sradiant ol and discreet wind. The return from the European Tour to Mallorca after ten years he came across one of those days of beach and blue sky that the Balearic Islands give away even well into October. Conditions, difficult to improve, which led to a ‘battle of birdies’ of which the dans won by a blow Jeff Winther with a card 62 strokes (-8 on par 70 on course one of Golf Santa Ponsa) with up to ten birdies bracketed between two bogeys on holes 1 and 18.

With a ‘field’ devoid of great figures, This Mallorca Open may be one of those ‘life changing’ tournaments for lesser-known golfers, like the Swede Niklas Lemke or the South African Bryce Easton marching second to a lone leader impact. In fact, among the thirteen first classified there are only three players with victories in their palm … and all three are Spanish!

Jorge Campillo and lvaro Quirs, one in the morning and one in the afternoon, signed two notable 64-hit cards (-6) and they have started a tournament on a very good footing that can be seen on Friday shaken by rain and wind. If conditions worsen, your loot on Thursday could be the key to going out for the weekend with plenty of options.

Prophets in their land … surrounded by Germans

They both boasted of two “very orderly” laps with more successes than failures and, above all, with an outstanding“ability to react to bad blows” , few, with which they had to deal. His great game drew applause from a majority German audience (things from Mallorca) that vibrated with the good performances of Bernd Ritthamer and above all, Matti Schmid, the great promise of German golf at just 23 years old.

Behind, another illustrious laureate like Gonzalo Fernndez-Castao He also exhibited his best version and with five under par he will go to sleep in the eighth square shared, among others, with Pep Angls. At -4 they peek Sebas Garca and Jacobo Pastor and one step lower (-3) are Adrin Otaegui, Nacho Elvira, Alejandro Caizares and Carlos Pigem.

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