Arnaus shows Molinari teeth in the Czech Republic

The Catalan signed the best card of the second day in the Czech Masters with -7 for -8 in total. He is already seventh to four strokes of the Italian Edoardo Molinari.


In his European Tour debut season, Adri Arnaus has given himself several options to fight for his first title. He has not managed to raise it yet, but this weekend, in the D + D Real Czech Masters, the Barcelona will have a new opportunity.

And that is thanks to the magnificent card he signed this Friday at the Albatross Golf Resort. His 65 strokes, seven under par with eight birdies and two bogeys, were the best performance of the day and put four of the leader, the Italian Edoardo Molinari, brother of the champion of the British Open and the Ryder in 2018, Francesco, who did -6 and is with -12 in total. Two strokes behind Adri march the Spaniard Iván Cantero, -5 this Friday and -6 in total, which will also have options.

After his top-10 at Alfred Dunhill, Magical Kenya (he was second) and the Masters of Valderrama, Arnaus, one of the greatest promises of Spanish golf today, teaches his teeth again. Will it bite this time?



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