Four set pace after calm first round at TCC
Much from the talent field kept most of the headwinds from blowing on Tuesday as four players led by Jessie Balasabas started to heat up and a tough finish Jay Bayron shared the lead in the round. First with P6 million The Country Club Invitational after shooting one-on-one par 73s.
Balasabas scored birdies in 1st and 2nd and got his third in eighth, and Bayron converted to a rare birdie in 18th place that was full of punishment when two former caddies arrived from the South with professional career leaderboards to win the most lucrative local event in the Nation.
Defending champions Guido van der Valk of the Netherlands and Clyde Mondilla also scored 73 as the quartet took a one-turn lead over three seasoned veterans including Mars Pucay with another group of four led by Michael Bibat. other behind.
Only the length of the field remained—more than 7,600 yards—and the slick lawns that served as the main defense of the field in the opening round were relatively quiet, as the winds that usually blow across the field at this time of year blow. as gentle as possible and as tolerant as possible. a list of 30 elite players with a low chance of scoring. request
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