Paul Dunne of Ireland has plenty of room at the top of the Spanish Open leaderboard, taking a three shot advantage into the weekend in Spain.
Paul carded a second round -7 under 65 to stay on top of the Spanish Open leaderboard with a -13 under par 36 hole total;
“It’s just one of those days, I went on playing, I wasn’t really thinking about the score, then the score kind of built on itself.”
“The conditions were a lot better than the last couple of days and playing early I got the best of the greens so it was a pretty steady day. “
“My game is in good shape, I’m feeling good. I see a lot of birdies around this course if the weather stays like this so hopefully I can make them.”
Sharing second place at -10 under par are Brett Rumford, Australia, -6 under 66 today, Callum Shinkwin, England, -5 under 67, and local player Nacho Elvira from Spain with -6 under 66 in his second round.
Local favorite Jon Rahm is in the group at -9 under, signing for a second round -4 under 68 today, while defending champion Andrew Beef Johnston, England is tied at -8 under par, carding consecutive rounds of -4 under 68.
Jon said he only made one mistake today, getting into the water on 12;
“I only made one mistake on number 12, besides that tee to green was outstanding, the driving is about as good as I’m going to hit it ever.”
“I can’t remember a round where I’ve hit it tee to green as good as I did today.”