South african players Casey Jarvis became the main hero of the second day of the Andalucía Challenge tournament this FridayWhich will happen after a hole in one next Sunday at the Iberostar Real Club de Golf Novo Sancti Petri course in Chiclana de la Frontera (Cádiz).
The stunning shot was achieved by the 19-year-old as he birdied the 7th hole (par 3) with a solo impact from the starting tee, the organization said in a statement.
Thanks to an acclaimed shot from 176 meters with an 8-iron in hand, the South African player has been awarded seven hotel nights at the Iberostar Grand Bavaro Hotel in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic.
One of them remains British Sam Hutsby, who has a new partner at the head of the general classification, Australian Jordan Zunik, after both posted a 67-stroke card that puts them 14 strokes clear of the field. . Tournament lead after the first two days.
Graded third is Italian Filippo Celli, who shared first place with Hutsby on day one and is now at 11-under par, while the best after two days played is Spaniard Manuel Elvira, at -6. The third and final day is scheduled for Saturday.
156 players from 21 countries – Italy, Sweden, Germany, Portugal, France, United Kingdom, Belgium, Austria, Slovakia, Denmark, Finland, Switzerland, Ireland, Poland, Norway, Zimbabwe, South Africa – are participating in the Andalusia Challenge tournament. , Australia, UAE, China and Spain.