On Friday in the second round of the FBC Zimbabwe Open at Chapman Golf Club Luca Filippi scored 5 shots in 65 points to gain an advantage in five shots over the weekend.

Filippi, who started the day with a draw from the fifth after a 68 shot at the Royal Harare Golf Club on the first day, on Friday was just one minor through nine holes, but he knew he was playing well and stuck.

Even the passing of the short bird on the 10th did not derail him, and then he exploded into battle with successive birds on the 11th and 12th holes, an eagle on par-five on the 14th and further birds on the 16th and 18th. -й.

“I played well from the start, although there was only one less in the top nine,” said Philippi.

“I had some good opportunities for the birdie and then missed a short one at 10, but it was great to start making punches. I was especially happy for my eagle at 14 because I only played in the top five at the front level.

“I wanted to be aggressive, and on both fields they use in the tournament, you have to beat your driver very well. If you’re well off the tee, there are a lot of birds. I did well today, although it was a bit difficult to put on Chapman – the greens are not as clean as in Royal Harare.But I knew there was definitely a low score.

“I will keep my game plan almost the same over the weekend, shooting out of four smaller ones at Royal Harare on the first day was a good start. I need to keep being aggressive. I can’t afford to sit back and relax. I need to keep my foot on the pedal, be aggressive in the top three and give a chance to my blows, ”said Filippi.

Filippi, who is at the 11th lower level halfway through, will have to follow second place to Louis de Jaeger (-6), who, as always, made a double of the South African Amateur Championship in 2007. has won the Sunshine Tour five times and competed in more than 100 DP World Tour competitions.

All of that experience came to the fore in the productive 69-time rounds of De Jaeger, while the leader in the first round in the form of Louis Albertse with a group of five golfers is five less than nominal after a shot 74 in Chapman GC. .

Modalico Mutia of Zambia held on to the top three with level 72 on the same track, while veteran Jacques Alers scored 69 in Royal Harare to also advance to the tournament by five fewer. Albert Ventor and American Dan Erickson are other golfers on this brand.

Results:

133 – Luke Philippi 68 65

138 – Louis de Jaeger 69 69

139 – Madalitsa Mutia 67, 72, Louis Albertse 65, 74, Jacques Allers 70, 69, Albert Venter 68, 71, Dan Erickson 70, 69

140 – Wynand Dingle 70 70, Nikhil Rama 70 70

141 – Honey O’Kennedy 71, 70, Ryan Cairns 71, 70, Neil Shitkat 72, 69, Keegan Thomas 67, 74

142 – Slade Pickering 70 72, Stephen Wers-Taylor 74 68, Martin Forster 71 71, Jean Hugo 69, 73, James Mack 69, 73

143 – Jacques P. de Ville 73, 70, Clancy Vaud 71, 72, Kyle Barker 71, 72, Nyasha Muyamba 72, 71

144 – MJ Viljoen 72, 72, Rhys West 72, 72, JJ Senekal 69, 75, Ryan Van Velzen 68, 76, Martin Rohwer 69, 75, Michael Kok 72, 72, Deon Germishuys 72, 72, Hayden Griffiths 72

145 – Brian Gonda 71, 74, Simon Katembenuka 69, 76, Kombrink Smith 71, 74, Terion Nell 69, 76, Shaahid Mahmed 72, 73

146 – Kyle McClacy 72, 74, Ricky Handler 71, 75, Jared Harvey 69, 77, Keegan Shutt 71, 75, Rupert Kaminski 73, 73

147 – Dylan Naidu 75 72, Lyle Rowe 74 73, Byron Cutzy 70 77, Thorne Juan Van Zyl 71 76, Stuart Krog 74 73, Stephen Ferreira 73 74, Hermann Lubser 66 81, Benjamin Long 75, Benjamin Long 75

148 – Tegan Ghosh 74 74, Michael Palmer 72 76, Luke Jerling 74 74, Sydney Wemba 74 74, Robson Chinhoi 74 74, Merrick Bramner 78 70, Jovan Rebula 74 74, Tafara Mpofu 7 71 Kell 71au 75 72, Mohamed Rauf Mandhu 73 75

149 – Dylan Mostert 76 73, Visitor Mapvanya 73 76, Michael Wallace 78 71, Jack Allard 74 75, Erhard Lambrechts 71 78, Celestine Nsansuver 83, 66

Missed the cut:

150 – Danny Van Niekerk 72, 78, Sean Cronier 71, 79, Clayton Mansfield 75, 75, Phumlani Maluka 76, 74, Adam Brin 74, 76

151 – Brooklyn Bailey 74 77, James Pennington 77 74, Mutahi Kibugu 75 76, Sean Bradley 71 80, Jake Redman 78 73, Ignatius Mketecte 75 76, Tatende Makunde 72 79, 76 Lee Brady 79, 76 Lee Brady 75 77, Robson Sauromb 77 74, Paul Chidel 72 79

152 – Ronald Rugumayo 75, 77, Harry Koenig 73, 79, Gabriel Chibale 78, 74, Kayam Rauf Mandhu 75, 77, Paul Boschoff 77, 75

153 – Andre Van Dyke 77 76, Clive Nguru 74 79, Leon Forster 76 77, Chris Cannon 72, 81

154 – Henning du Plou 77 77, Pride Semba 72 82, Ndazura Munashe 80 74, Alois Nsabimana 78 76, Adam Silesia 79, 75

155 – Eric Oka Obura 78, 77, Tristin Galant 75, 80, Luke Brown 77, 78, Joshua Seal 74, 81

156 – Promise Sombrero 79, 77, Mairosi Catembenuca 78, 78, Von van Deventer 79, 77, Julius Camalizeni 77, 79, Jacques Hess 77, 79

157 – Akil Yusuf 77 80, Wayne Strobel 78 79, Kyle Lucas 75 82

158 – Mark Williams 76, 82, Bradley Kulaisi 77, 81, in any case Katembenuka 81, 77, Clifford Seaband 80, 78, Tariri 76, 82 November

160 – Victor Cachepatsonga 78 82, Gerard du Plua 79 81, Paydon Chivaca 82 78

161 – Maverick Faber 79 82, Mortan Combay 82 79

162 – Young Sick Beck 79, 83, Kevin Roderick 84, 78, Howard Bauti 84, 78, Simon Murungweni 79, 83

163 – Gareth Sargent 85 78

165 – Tonderai Masunga 86 79, Sean Bell 83 82, Tanaka Chatara 83 82, Gary Ferguson 82, 83

166 – William Lake 82 84, Philip Tshuma 80 86, Never Milasi 84 82

167 – Rashid Mohammed 88 79, Keegan Matt 86 81, Liberty Gumis 82 85, Matthew Mortimer 85, 82

168 – Dean Schultz 83 85, Zitch Musemburi 82 86, Tavana Mangoma 83 85

169 – Pranai Kapoor 80 89

170 – Campbell Macmillan 80 90, Clive Torture 85 85

171 – Mandla Dlamini Jr. 86 85, Roy Narsing 87 84

174 – Munashe Madhodha 89 85

177 – Braden Amm 83 94

178 – Takudzwa Basopo 85 93

WDN – Matthew Campbell 97 WDN

RTD – Davison Elijah 74 RTD

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