Ferguson is still captain in Northern Ireland, Borja Vertu in one stroke

Sports Desk, 12 Aug. Scotsman Ewen Ferguson, despite not repeating the brilliant course on Thursday, resists driving the ISPS Handa World Invitational, of the DP Word Tour of Golf, at Galgorm Castle Club in Co Antrim (Northern Ireland, UK), if now the advantage is only One hit to Spaniard Borja Virto.

After a Premier League 61 (-9) on day one, Ewen Ferguson, 26, hit 211 in the world, and already the winner of the 2022 Commercial Bank Qatar Masters Championship, Tier Two, with a total of 131 strokes (-9).

The start of the day wasn’t the one the Scotsman would have liked, who added three ghost and one birdie in the first six holes. He made it the rest of the way with two “sparrows”.

On the other hand, Borja Virto was more solid, delivering a second card with a score of 67 (-3), for a total of 132 (-8), putting him very close to the leader. The Navarese family, burdened with a “double ghost” on the seventh hole, also scored six “birds” and a “ghost”.

Two headers are Swede Felix Palson with 68 on Friday and Italy’s Filippo Cellelli with 67.

Among the rest of the Spaniards, Santiago Ben Tario and Sebastian Garcia worsened yesterday’s session, Tario finished his card with 74 strokes (+4), adding two ghosts, and Garcia completed the lap with 73 (-1), in making a “bogey”.

It was better for David Borda and Angel Hidalgo, as the former finished second-card in 67 shots (-3), for a total of 137 (-1), with three “ghosts”, and the latter made the return in 71 shots (+1), with two “stealths”. Added a total score of 138. EFE

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