Joburg Open, Bad Weather In South Africa

Joburg Open, bad weather in South Africa


In the first as in the second round. Bad weather wins again in Johannesburg in the first tournament of the DP World Tour 2023. The Joburg Open stops again, between thunder and lightning (then the restart and the new stoppage due to the arrival of darkness), with the first verdicts therefore postponed.

Provisional classification at Houghton GC (par 71), where Englishman Dan Bradbury with a partial score of 66 (-5) out of a total of 129 (63 66, -13) shots remained at the top of the classification. The Englishman, who has made an eagle (he already signed 3 in 36 holes) and six birdies, with three bogeys, however, will have to watch out for Romain Langasque’s back, in great shape.

The Frenchman, 2/o with «-12», played ten holes of the second round making an eagle, with four birdies. In the «-12», but after the fourteenth, there is also the South African Casey Jarvis.

Joburg Open results

Among the Azzurri, it’s still a good performance for Francesco Laporta and Renato Paratore.

The Apulian and the Roman share the 13th position, with one difference. In fact, Laporta completed the second 18 holes with an overall score of 136 (67 69, -6) after a round with six birdies, a bogey and a triple bogey (at 15, par 4).

While Paratore, still at «-6», he still has to play seven holes in the second round where he has made three birdies so far, without errors. For his part, Lorenzo Scalise from Lombardy is 59/o with 141 (73 68, -1).

In Brisbane, Andrea Pavan’s match ended after 36 holes. At Fortinet’s Australian PGA Championship, the Roman with a score of 149 (75 74, +7), failed to make the cut. On the Royal Queensland GC course (par 71) the new leader is Jason Scrivener who, with a partial free bogey (with 4 birdies) in 67 (-4) of a total of 132 (65 67, -10), leads the scoreboard. with a shot ahead of Cameron Smith, 2/o with 133 (-9).

The latter, number 3 in the world and since last August among the big names in the Arab Super League, has already won the Australian PGA Championship consecutively in 2017 and 2018 and now he wants the trio. Moving up from 14th position, he became the protagonist with a lap at 65 (-6), the fruit of eight birdies and two bogeys.

Behind him, 3/i with 134 (-8), Cameron John and Masahiro Kawamura. Setback for Min Woo Lee. Among the three leaders at the end of the first round, he is now 17/o with 138 (-4) together with, among others, Adam Scott (former world number 1 who made this competition his own in both 2013 and 2019). Excellent removal for Jediah Morgan. Outgoing champion, he was eliminated with a score of 144 (+2).

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