Lose after the second day, in the end, KLM Open, with six Dutch people get a cut

Joost Luiten last Friday, his position at the end of the KLM Open has been retained. The Bleiswijker is after the second round of This joint seventeenth place.

The 33-year-old Luiten went on to become the second-day’s round in 69 strokes, three below the baangemiddelde. He had one bogey scoring on The International, and suggested that there are four birdies in front of you.

Thursday-had to Lose in spite of a difficult start, also with 69 strokes are required. In the South of Holland that is the tournament in 2013 and 2016, and win, now out of a total of 138 strokes, six under the baangemiddelde.

In addition to Lose, there are still three at the end: Rowin Caron, Carl Kouwenaar, and Wil Besseling. Caron is in a shared eighth place of the best in the netherlands. He brought his total to a round of 69 to 137 beats.

Kouwenaar, and Besseling to share with the sixteenth spot, with the Lutes. Kouwenaar put his round in 70 strokes, and Besseling had a round of 66 strokes, a great day. North-Holland struck out a whopping eight birdies.

Joost Luiten had a steady second round. (Photo: Pro-Shots)

Six Dutch people get a cut

In total, took six of the Dutch-cut on the one-hundredth anniversary of the KLM Open. Reinier Saxton and Albert Maurice, may, with the 142 success of their tournament on the weekend again.

In the lead after the second day, we will be in the hands of Scott Jamieson. The Shot is reached after a 65 and pass the club house, and a scaled total to 133. Thus there are two strokes ahead of a quartet of pursuers. Among them is the Englishman Callum Shinkwin, was the leader after the opening round.

The KLM Open will run until the Sunday, and was won last year by the Chinese Wu Ashun. And the winner is halfway through the tournament can be found on the shared 47th place.

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