Casey Jarvis leads Alfred Dunhill Champs after again to again 67s

There are a selection of males in pursuit, together with Main champions Charl Schwartzel and Louis Oosthuizen.

Rising South African golf star Casey Jarvis is the person to catch on the Alfred Dunhill Championship at Leopard Creek in Malelane, on the banks of the Kruger Nationwide Park, after carding a second spherical 67 on Friday to guide at 10-under-par on the midway stage.

It was a second consecutive 67 for the 20-year-old who will go into Saturday’s third spherical with a one shot lead over England’s Marco Penge, who recorded a 66 on Friday to go along with his opening spherical 69 to be nine-under par.

Each Jarvis and Penge earned their DP World Tour playing cards final month after ending first and second within the Highway to Mallorca standings.

Charl Schwartzel

4 gamers are tied third at eight-under-par, amongst them first spherical chief Robin Williams who adopted up his 65 on Thursday with a 71 on Friday and former Masters champion Charl Schwartzel who wanted 68 photographs to get across the course on Friday, the identical quantity he wanted on Thursday.

Additionally simply two photographs off the tempo is younger novice Christo Lamprecht, who adopted up his opening spherical 67 with a 69 on Friday.

Jarvis was once more on high of his sport on Friday, as he has been all through the South African swing on the DP World Tour, co-sanctioned with the Sunshine Tour, in current weeks.

Like he did in his opening spherical, he made only one bogey on Friday, on the par-four seventeenth gap, however he additionally made six birdies, to take the lead.

Schwartzel, a four-time winner at Leopard Creek, additionally loved a great day with seven birdies however he additionally made three bogeys to set him again.

Louis Oosthuizen

4 gamers are tied seventh at seven-under-par simply three photographs off the tempo, together with former England’s Andy Sullivan and one other younger South Africa prospect Kyle Barker.

At six-under-par are amongst others Erik van Rooyen, a current winner on the PGA Tour, who adopted up his opening 68 with a 70, and former Open champion Louis Oosthuizen, who’s shot rounds of 70 and 68. He’s looking his first Alfred Dunhill title, having been runner-up twice.

Additionally within the chasing group at six-under-par are younger Jayden Schaper and Christiaan Bezuidenhout.

Among the many gamers to overlook the lower embrace Dan Bradbury, Branden Grace, Brandon Stone and Ryan van Velzen, who threatened finally week’s SA Open.


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