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The leader of the second day of the DGC Open 2023 presented by Mastercard is Chikkarangappa S had some amazing birdies in the round. He accounted for quite a lead in the tournament with 10-under (68,66) and went for a bogey free round for the day. He got six birdies and parred the rest of the holes.
While talking to 4moles.com he said, " i am not really fond of this course but today i have been putting really well, my caddie and me as discussing the greens and i need to make sure that everything goes well". he also tells about his coach as he goes to Ahemdabad for training and he lives in Bangalore. When asked for his longest putt he answered, "i think i had it on the 9th and i am learning more and more everyday and it is giving me confidence".
Chikkarangappa S marking the greens on the 18th
Another Indian who maintained his position on the leaderboard by the second day as well specially being in the top-10 was Rashid Khan who got some amazing putting skills by missed to show them on the last 18th hole where he got a bogey hit as he got the ball into sand and with some long chip got into the greens but far away from the hole, this is where he missed his birdie and par shot. He was three strokes behind Chikkarangappa S. He scored a 7-under( 67,70) and Tied-2 on the second day of the event.
Rashid Khan putting on the greens
Om Prakash Chouhan is again a proven star from a small city of Madhya Pradesh playing in the DGC Open 2023 presented by Mastercard who had a bogey free back nine during the second day of the tournament where he birdied the 14th and 18th and parred the rest. In the front nine, he birdied the first two holes and then parred the rest holes. He Tied-2 along with Rashid Khan and the two thai players.
Two thai stars Sadom Kaewkanjana (70,67) and defending champion Nitithorn Thippong (67,70) finished their day with a score of 7-under. Defending champ Thippong shooted four birdies and two bogeys on the second day of the DGC Open 2023 presented by Mastercard at the Delhi Golf Club. Both Tied-2 with a total score of 137.
Matt Killen parred the 9th hole and Tied-2 whereas his fellow three ball player Varun Chopra parred the same hole who was in a lead the previous day but today got down to T-40
Matt Killen at DGC Open presented by Mastercard
Yesterday's leader Siddikur Rahman got xx place on the leaderboard today with four strokes behind Chikkarangappa S. He accounted for 6-under (65,73) with three birdies, one on the front nine and two on the back nine. He birdied 2nd,10th and14th.
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