The player in position 270 in the ranking achieved a positive production during the second round and took advantage of the fall of those who came first.
Renato Paratore He had a more than positive return during the second day of action in the British Masters, by signing a 66-hit card that catapulted him to the top of the competition corresponding to the European Tour.
The No. 270 in the world ranking achieved a neat production with five birdies and lacking bogeys to take the lead in Newcastle upon Tyne (England), with a total of 131 hits (-11), followed by local Dale Whitnell and South African Justin Harding (both at -10).
For his part, Scottish David Law, who had started as a pointer on Wednesday at the Close House GC, fell back to fourth place after his round of 69 shots. He is now at 9 under par, as are his compatriot Callum Hill, the Danish Rasmus Hojgaard and the English Ashley Chesters.
The British Masters is the third event of the season on the Old Continent circuit, which resumed three weeks ago with the contest of two competitions in Austria.
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