Julian Suri leads alone; Elvira, first Spanish to 7 strokes

Julian Suri, who repeated a card with 67 hits (-10), leads the Indian Open alone at the end of a second day unfortunate for the Spaniards.


The American Julian Suri, who repeated a card with 67 shots (five under par), for a total of 134 (-10), leads alone the Indian Open of Golf, of Circuito Europeo and that is disputed in Nueva Delhi, at the end of a second day unfortunate for the Spanish representation. Suri, who made an 'eagle' (hole 4), five 'birdies' and two 'bogey', leads in the standings with two strokes ahead of the South African George Coetzee and the Swedish Robert Karlsson, who share the second place.

The best card of the second day, and of the two days, was given by the English Callum Shinkwin, with 65 hits (-7). The Spanish Pablo Larrazábal, who had finished on Thursday with a single stroke of Surim, has gone to 76 strokes (+4) in his second run, which has lowered him to the forty-first position.

The best Spanish now in liza is Nacho Elvira, with a total of 141 hits (-3), seven behind the leader, after delivering a second card with 69. It is twelfth. Adrián Otaegui is nineteenth, with a total of 142 (70 + 72); while Jorge Campillo is thirty-second, with 143 (70 + 73). The Brazilian Adilson Da Silva is forty-first, with 144 hits (68 + 76) .



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