Round 2 Leader, Italy's Gianmaria Rean Trinchero. Photo Credit: Pro Golf Tour
20th June 2023 | Alps Tour Golf

Gianmaria Rean Trinchero holds a 1 stroke lead at the 2023 Tenerife Pro Golf Open.

Round 2 Notes


Buenavista Golf
Buenavista del Norte, Spain
19th-21st June 2023

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   Pos.                 Name      Score
      1 Gianmaria Rean Trinchero (ITA) -15
      2 Christian Braunig (GER) -14
      3 Jack Floydd (ENG) -13
Lars Keunen (NED) -13
      5 3 players tied at -11

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Gianmaria Rean Trinchero holds a 1 stroke lead at the 2023 Tenerife Pro Golf Open.

Buenavista del Norte, June 20th 2023- After two rounds at the 2023 Tenerife Pro Golf Open, we have a very close leaderboard. Italy’s Gianmaria Rean Trinchero leads with a two-day score of 15 under-par. In 2nd place Germany’s Christian Braunig with a total score of 14 under-par. In a two-way tie for 3rd place: England’s Jack Floydd and Netherland’s Lars Keunen.

It began as another beautiful day in the Canary Islands with sunny skies and warm temperatures for the 2nd round of the 2023 Tenerife Pro Golf Open. The tournament is currently being played in the Canary Islands at Buenavista Golf near Buenavista del Norte, Tenerife, Spain. The 2023 Tenerife Pro Golf Open is co-sanctioned with the Pro Golf Tour, therefor the field is split between players belonging to both tours.

The second- round action began at 8:00 am local time this morning from both the 1st and 10th hole.

Round 2 Player Quotes

Gianmaria Rean Trinchero from Italy shot a bogey-free 9 under-par, 62 round today for a two-day total of 15 under-par and holds a one stroke lead ahead of tomorrow’s final round at the 2023 Tenerife Pro Golf Open. He turned 28 years old yesterday and represents Golf Club Monticello. With his 9 under-par, 62 in today’s round, Rean Trinchero ties the tournament course record which was previously set by Peter Nygren. When he signed for his incredible bogey-free round, he was very satisfied: “I barely made any mistakes today which is very satisfying. I never had the opportunity to make bogey which is something that doesn’t happen every day. I’m very proud of my round today, I can tell you that the main difference is that I was able to clearly see more lines on the greens today so maybe some putts I missed yesterday, today I was able to make them. The par 5s are relatively short therefor you must take advantage and today I was able to accomplish that making 1 eagle and 3 birdies. I’m very satisfied on how I handled the par 5s but most importantly on how I putted today.” He plans on “hitting every fairway and every green tomorrow and must take advantage of the par 5s. If I can make 5 birdies on the par 5s I’m pretty confidence I’ll have a good chance tomorrow. My caddie today helped me tremendously helping me with the lines and my strategy so part of today’s result is thanks to her.”

Germany’s Christian Braunig who was tied in 3rd place after yesterday’s 1st round, now finds himself only 1 stroke off the lead. He followed his opening-round of 7 under-par, with another 7 under-par in the second round for a two-day total of 14 under-par. During today’s round, he made 1 eagle, 7 birdies and 2 bogeys. He concluded his round an eagle on the par 5, 9thhole, “Today I had a slow start making some crucial up and down on the first few holes. I tried to stay patient and then on my back nine, the course back nine, I hit some very good shots and some putts finally dropped. I finished with an eagle on 9, my 18th which was very satisfying. Tomorrow I want to try and take as much advantage from the par 5 and as many birdies as possible.”

England’s Jack Floydd, winner of the season opener 2023 Ein Bay Open in Egypt, is now in a two-way tie for 2nd place after the 2nd round of the 2023 Tenerife Pro Golf Open. He is 26 years old, represents Haywards Heath Golf Club and currently 4th in the Order of Merit standings. Floydd turned professional in 2020 and is playing his 3rd season on the Alps Tour. He finds himself with a two-day total of 13 under-par after his 4 under-par, 67 in round 2 with 2 eagles, 3 birdies and 3 bogeys.When he concluded his round, he commented that he found, “the conditions very similar to round 1, the pins were a little trickier though. I am happy with my round today and I’m looking forward to having a chance at winning my second event of the season tomorrow. Winning my second event would not change anything. I try to go out each week and give myself a chance to win so I am definitely looking forward to tomorrow.” Floydd added that he believes “tomorrow’s winning score to be -18.”

Lars Keunen from Netherland who was tied for 6th place after the first round, now finds himself in the two-way tie in 2nd place at 13 under-par. He made 4 birdies and 2 bogeys on his front nine and 5 birdies on the back nine for a second round of 7 under-par, 65 and holds a two-day total of 13 under-par. He currently is in 9th place in the Order of Merit ranks and has been constantly near the top of the leaderboards in the majority of the events this season while he looks to capture his 2nd win. Keunen is 26 years old and represents The Dutch Golf Club. After his round, he commented on how special it was to “finish my round with three straight birdies. That was very good. I found the course to be playing pretty similar to yesterday. However, I believe that some pin positions were definitely trickier than in yesterday’s first round.” He went on to add that “Tomorrow I think the winning score will be 20 under-par or better.”

There is 3-way tie for 5th place with a two-day total of 11 under-par with a Finish duo: Alex Hietala and Eemil Alajarvi and Ireland’s Paul Murphy.

Final Round

A total of 40 players made the cut which was set at -6.

The final round of the 2023 Tenerifo Pro Golf Open will begin at 8:30 am local time from the 1st and 10th hole. The final group will tee off at 9:30 am local time from 1st hole.

The winner of the 2023 Tenerife Pro Golf Open, will earn the winning check of € 5.000,00 and 5,000 Order of Merit Points.

Tournament Promoter

The co-sanctioned 2023 Tenerife Pro Golf Open is promoted by the Pro Golf Tour and organized also by the Alps Tour Golf Association.

It can count on the support of the Turismo de Tenerife as well as the host club, Buenavista Golf

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