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Ryan Fox of New Zealand is right in hunting in Saudi Arabia on a half-way basis



Ryan Fox has opened Saudi International with a pair of 67n to sit in a quarter of the fourth place.

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Ryan Fox has opened Saudi International with a pair of 67n to sit in a quarter of the fourth place.

Kiwi Ryan Fox has a bit of work to capture the fighting head, but he is in a good place to make the best finish of the New Zealand season at Saudi International's half-way.

A 32-year-old Aucklander was repairing a pair of 67s to be handled at a half-run at the Royal Greens Golf Club and Countryside, sit there for the fourth six.

But America Dustin Johnson looks in a ominous situation in his The 11th exit ended after holding a 9-second course in the second round to take a three-way lead.

Zander Lombard South Africa, which was very early in his / her 67, and Li Haotong, who killed 65, was joined for the second at 8th.

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But Fox has given himself a right attack at the top-10 top-end after maintaining support on the hard opening world with a second 3 under 67.

The Kiwi refused to defeat five immigrants and two bows in his second round, and Shipbuilding at the 4th and 4th times par-4, 5, 9, 10 and 17. He took hold of the capture at his & # 39; 4th and 13th

Fox 's favorite destination of the new season was tied for 27th in Abu Dhabi, but the world of No 95 will have a " Promoting its chance to develop significantly over the two finals of this event.

World No 3 Johnson made seven birds and eagles in their second round.

Starting at the back of nine, opened with a continuous bird and sent two others to turn it into 31.

There was another birdie on Number 2, and a 30-foot eagle pound at her fourth place. Continued eunologists continued from the sixth hole before they finished with a pair of parks.

"You'll always have fun when you play well," said Johnson. "I did a lot of the things I did before. It was a very good trip."

Johnson was much better than the other of the top three in the world.

Justin Rose lost the highest level of cutting at 2 after 72, while Brooks Koepka's No. 2 was tied for 47th at 1 under 70.

"I played very well," said Koepka. "I was good enough to just be there around my head. I can not show these greens. You can hit three buttons and there will be three different ways."

Lombard started nine back and even sent them together with Thomas Pieters throughout the night after a bird at the 8th and nail at No 9. Two other birds to start the nine behind; follow, to & # 39; giving him a double hit. But it was given by Johnson after he finished his visit with bogey.

He inserted two long-standing birds in his first three holes before a triple box was placed on his / her; fourth level. Follow four other birds before a piece on their five final holes.

Fabrizio Zanotti from Paraguay (66) and Scott Hend of Australia (63) were returned to third place.

There were seven bogs in a 4 out of 74 tour, leaving it out there for 18 at 3 fo.

The new European Tour event is being held to analyze Saudi Arabia human rights examinations and a conviction after the death of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

At the same time, on the PGA Tour, Kiwi Danny Lee sent a safe certification for the Phoenix Open weekend, a & # 39; finishing a picture inside the cut line after a second visit, 3 by 68 saw a 38% rise to its location; board.

Lee had six birds and three bogs in a second rolaircaster tour to finish 2 fo for 36 holes, there for 52nd.

The competition is run halfway by the American Rickie Fowler who had the birdie on the 18th to finish 13 under, a clear illustration from the right coach Justin Thomas, with Branden Grace from South Africa singing back to 11 fo.

– with AP


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