9th July 2010 | Alps Tour Golf

Spanish supremacy in Madrid


Those having a look on the leaderboard could think that Spaniards don’t want to let the third Peugeot Tour title goes to foreign players. No less than 8 Iberian golfers are in top 10. Spain’s Alvaro Salto, former Challenge Tour, is still leading after two rounds. He signed for 67 today and has now 2 strokes advantage ahead of fellows Angus Domingo and Inigo Urquizu with a total of -10.

Italian Delpodio won the first co-sanctioned event played in Valencia 4 months back and Scot Raymond Russell got the title at Emporda a few weeks later. Each time, Spanish players were very closed to lift the trophy.

Tomorrow, odds are more than good for a national win. The cut is fixed at +1 and 33 players out of 50 are from Spain.

Agathe Séron

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