After finishing his previous season with two top 30s, Romain Langasque seems to be continuing his momentum for 2022-2023. A week after his 20th place in Dubai to end the exercise, the Frenchman is in 6th place at the Joburg Open, the tournament launching the new season of the DP World Tour.
With a Saturday in 70 and a total of -11, the former winner of the British Amateur is six shots behind the leader, the Englishman Dan Bradbury (67, -17). Author of four birdies, Langasque saw his card weighed down by four bogeys, including one on hole 1, then two on the last three holes.
Two other Frenchmen are in the top 40, one lap from the goal. Julien Guerrier is 29th (69, -4), while Clément Berardo is ten places further (71, -3). Further on, we find Robin Sciot-Siegrist (61st, 74, +1) and rookie Jeong Weon Ko (70th, +2, 75).