Steady start

England got off to a steady start today at the Buenos Aires Golf Club. After rounds of 2 under and one under respectively from Tom Lewis and Laurie Canter them team will hopefully be in a good position for tomorrow’s round at the Los Olivos Golf Club. Play is still under way at both courses and so far France are the leaders in the club house at 7 under par.

Laurie Canter holes out for a great par on 18 (his 9)

Canter on 18

Both Lewis and Canter said that they were pretty happy with what they called an ‘average’ start as the conditions were quite testing. The greens are really quick and you need to make sure you are on the right side of the pin as a downhill put can easily convert into a bogey. The third England player, Eddie Pepperell, had a bit of a tough start and will no doubt be looking to redeem himself tomorrow.

Up to date scoring is available on GolfStat’s website.

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