Davidson leading by two ahead of final round at EuroPro Tour Q School

Davidson leading by two ahead of final round at EuroPro Tour Q School

April 5th, 2018

Jack Davidson shot the lowest round of the tournament to take a two-shot lead heading into the final round of PGA EuroPro Tour qualifying school at Frilford Heath Golf Club.


Davidson (Llanwern Golf Club) shot a stunning bogey-free second round of 65 (-7) on the blue course, after carding a solid opening round of 71 (-1) on the red course.

“I played very solid today on the blue course, I was able to approach my round aggressively today and took advantage of the par 5’s out there; I felt like I could let go as the blue course is more open.”: said the 21-year old.

Discussing the bogey-free round he said: “It wasn’t really on my mind during, I just kept trying to birdie holes where possible. But, when you mark the card at the end of the day and it is bogey-free it is a great feeling.”

Isle of Man’s Tom Gandy (Rowany Golf Club) and Stuart Grehan are the Welshman’s closest rival, after sharing second position -6, with the latter carding a fantastic -5 (68) second round on the blue course.

Four golfers in the form of Daniel Whitby-Smith (Whittington Heath Golf Club), Luke Jackson (Lindrick Golf Club), James Freeman (Retford Golf Club) and Neil Henderson (The Renaissance Club) shot the joint-lowest rounds of the day on the red course (68).

Another Scotsman who had huge success on day two was Ryan Campbell (Falkirk Golf Club), who bounced back from an opening round of 77 (+5) on the red course with a second round of 66 (-6) on the blue to comfortably make the cut.

First round leader Jamie Savage struggled on the red course, carding 75 (+3), but can thank his strong opening round for booking him a spot on the final round.

240 golfers have played one round on each the Red and Blue Courses and a cut to the leading 80 players and ties has now been made (+2 and better). They will now play a final-round on the blue course on Friday, 6 April.

Players are competing to earn the highest possible category on the 2018 PGA EuroPro Tour. All those who have progressed to Final Stage have already earned at least a category 14, with golfers making the Final Stage cut earning a minimum category 10 and the top 30 earning category 3.

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