Garcia starts in Amsterdam with two strokes of the leader

The best ranked is the Englishman Callum Shinkwin who signed a 66-impact card at the end of the first day of the game in the Dutch capital.

The English Callum Shinkwin, with a card of 66 strokes (6 under par), leads the KLM Open, tournament of the European Circuit of golf that is played in the club The International of Amsterdam, after being played on Thursday the first day, in which the Spanish Sergio García signed a 68, two of the head. 222222

The Castellón player, number 43 of the world, handed out a card free of bogeys and with four birdies and shares the ninth place with seven other players.

García, champion of the Masters In 2017, aspires in Amsterdam to become the fifth Spanish winner of the KLM Open and join its name to Seve Ballesteros, Chema Olazábal, Miguel Angel Jiménez and Gonzalo Fernández Castaño.

"The Netherlands is a country in which I have never played as a professional, and a couple of years ago I played in Italy for the first time, so I like to go to new places, "he said Garcia in statements to the circuit website 444444

"There is a lot of Spanish history with this tournament and hopefully we have a solid week. We will try to have a good chance of winning on Sunday, "said the winner of 15 titles in the European Tour. 444444

" I feel very good. I played quite well most of the time in Crans Montana, so I hope we can stay on the same line and keep the momentum, "added Borriol player.


" If I have a good week to advance in the race to Dubai, it would be good to do it, so it's one of the goals, "he said. 444444

In Amsterdam, another ten Spaniards play, but only Eduardo de la Riva also managed to win the field with a lap of 69 (-3). Iván Cantero finished the pair ( 72) the first day.


The first leader in Amsterdam is Callum Shinkwin, author of a first round with an eagle and five birdies for a single bogey. The Englishman, 26 and 446 of the world, surprised the first day

Shinkwin He has passed the cut this year in eight of the 17 tournaments in which he has played, although, because of a disease and a back injury, he fails to reach a weekend since the British Open played in the Ro yal Portrush in July.


Advantage in an impact to a large group of seven pursuers formed by also English Sam Horsfield, Cgris Paisley and Matthew Southgate, Malaysian Gavin Green, Scottish Marc Waren, Swede Per Langfors and Danish Nicolai Hojgaard .

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