14th October 2011 | Alps Tour Golf

French connection in Masters13


France’s Guillaume Cambis and fellow Laurent Seinger lead atfer 36 holes with a -5 total. Another french duo is one stroke behind: 2009 winner Dominique Nouailhac and Xavier Poncelet. Romain Bechu is still inthe race with -3 and young amateur Lionel Weber is at 6th place with -2. Big names packed their luggages such as Jason Barnes, Remi Dupuis or Jean-François Remésy.

It was kind of a different story today for overnight leader Guillaume Cambis. No less than 3 double bogeys on his card. He signed for a shy 76 4 over par, 13 shots higher than during first round. The score of the day is held by 2009 winner France’s Dominique Nouailhac. His very solid 66 made him came back. “I really appreciate playing here. I putte really well so that’s it. I am here again.” Beside him, Xavier Poncelet who is still after a final top 5 ranking to play Challenge Tour next year. His main competitor is Romain Schneider and the one with better result this week could pretend to exemption as Farren Keenan missed the cut.

The cut was fixed at +7.

Agathe Séron

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