Luiten misses cut after finishing the second round in rainy Hamburg
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Joost Luiten is Saturday prematurely turned off at the Porsche European Open. The Dutchman missed the cut after the second round in the wet Hamburg.
The 31-year-old Luiten produced a scorecard of 73 strokes (one over par) and that was not enough for the tournament to be allowed to continue on the Green Eagle Golf Courses.
After his first eighteen holes was the South Dutchman is still at 72 strokes (par), with whom he shared 73rd place. Friday could Lose his second tour does not finish because the greens flooded by heavy rainfall over Hamburg.
On his remaining two holes, the winner of the KLM Open, however, not in order to obtain on one under par to finish. He recorded a bogey and a birdie, leaving him with two strokes too much came out on the shared 89th place.
The lead in the standings is in the hands of Ashley Chesters. The Englishman stands after 36 holes on a total score of 135 strokes, nine under par. Alexander Levy, the French defending champion, is busy with -7 the shared fourth position. Jens Fahrbring and Siddikur Rahman (-8) are second behind Chesters.
Saturday follows the third round in Germany. Sunday is the fourth and final day of the tournament, which is part of the European Tour.