World Tour Championship: Mike Lorenzo-Vera leads after Dubai first roundCat:未分類

Our partners and we use cookies to supply you with the very best experience, such as to personalise advertising and content. Data on your interaction with this website and the advertisements might be shared with all firms. Please let us know if you agree. Rory McIlroy completed day one in second place behind leader Mike Lorenzo-Vera of the World Tour Championship. The Northern Irishman carded an eight-under 64, 1 stroke behind the Frenchman who shot at the smallest opening around in the tournament. Englishman Tommy Fleetwood, who is second in the Rush is connected with compatriot Tom Lewis in fourth on five under. Fleetwood hit on a hole-out eagle on the opening hole in Dubai. The 28-year-old described his improbable eagle two as theperfect start into the afternoon. I hit a terrific drive and that I did not expect the nine to get to the snare but it was the ideal start, Fleetwood told Sky Sports. I struck so many good putts out there now. I got on a very wonderful series where I had been hitting some nice ones and that I could not have asked for much more. If leader Bernd Wiesberger ends out the top two, fleetwood, who jumped to second in the Race to Dubai with success in the Nedbank Golf Challenge in South Africa will soon be crowned as the leading golfer. The Austrian is tied in 14th on two under after carding a 70. Meanwhile, McIlroy announced his eagle on the 18th because hisbest shot of the year. Play will resume at 08:40 GMT on Friday. Read more here: