El neozelands Ryan Fox extended the good line of the last few weeks and began with the same solvency the tour of the Irish Open of golf that he leads after the first day ahead of the Spanish Jorge CampilloFrenchman Frederic Lacroix, Paraguayan Fabrizio Zanotti and German Marcel Schneider.
Fox was superior at Thomastown’s Mount Juliet Estate, the site of the DP World Tour event.
Ryan Fox finished the eighteen holes with 64 strokes, eight under par for the course. The New Zealander had a great start, achieving birdies in the first four sections of the course. This reassured the leader who in the initial half of the field enjoyed great inspiration.
The 35-year-old golfer from Auckland is the leader of the day with a better card than the Spanish Jorge Campillo. The cacereo, like Zanotti, Lacroix and Schneider, finished his performance with 65 shots, seven under par, one more than the tournament leader.
Campillo kept his balance in the first few holes and notably improved towards the end with birdies in five of the last six. He is postulated as an applicant along with the rest of the persecuting quartet and the also Spanish Paul Larrazbalwhich is part of the group located in sixth place.
Larrazbal presented a card of 66 shots, six under par and only two away from Fox and one from Campillo. The Barcelona golfer, winner of seven European Tour tournaments, is part of the group of six players who share third place. This is the case of the South African Thriston Lawrence, the English Dale Whitnell, Jordan Smith and Aaron Rai and the French Antoine Rozner.
lvaro Quirs I started with 69, just like sebas garca. The premiere did not go well for the favorite, the local Shane Lowryin position 79 of the classification, with -1 in the accumulated, like Caizares, Garca-Heredia, Tarro and Arnaus.