The PGA of Great Britain & Ireland’s Alex Wrigley maintains his lead of the 5th Mercedes-Benz International Pro-Am Supported by Abu Dhabi Sports Council after carding a second round 66 (-4) for a total tournament score of seven under par.
With a second consecutive day in the lead, and a bogey free round of 66 (-4), Wrigley shows no signs of giving up his 2017 Mercedes-Benz International title, and heads into the third round of the tournament at seven-under par (133) and with a two-shot lead over Mark Ridley.
Ridley (PGA of GB&I) sits in second place after scoring a second round of 66, leaving him at five-under par for the tournament, whilst another GB&I Professional, Chris Gane, lands himself in third place at four-under par (136).
Fourth place is shared by the PGA of Sweden’s Johanna Gustavsson and the PGA of Italy’s Alessandro Tadini at level par (140).
The Team Pro-Am event saw GB&I’s Andrew Pilfold and his team of Richard Cuddihy, Mike Dunn and David Faulkner, share the lead after Round 02 with GB&I’s Gavin Hall and his team of Pyotr Lubyantsev, Alexandr Tsoy and Abzal Zhautikbayev on 167 points (-23).
Just four points behind in tied-third position are the teams lead by PGA of GB&I Professionals Darren Bragg, Alex Wrigley, and Richard Smith.
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