Calum Fyfe (Golfing4Life) leads by one shot going into the final day of the Motocaddy Masters at Macdonald Linden Hall. The Scotsman went six under to bolster his four under from yesterday to be in the driving seat ahead of the final round tomorrow. Fyfe’s round of 66 included four birdies on the spin and eight overall in a round that could’ve been even better if it wasn’t for two bogeys.
On a day where strong winds were predicted, very little troubled some almost perfect course conditions for the players. Ashley Mansell (Clevedon Golf Club) posted the finest round of the day going seven under for 65 to be outright second. It was four birdies a piece on the front and back nine to move him up off two under after his opening round.
Jonathan Caldwell (Clandeyboye Golf Club), James Allan (Chelmsford Golf Club), Matty Lamb (Hexham Golf Club / G4L), all sit on eight under tied for second. Lamb carded a round of 69 to move into contention on day two in a round that included five birdies and an eagle. Meanwhile the overnight tied leader, Allan was two under. Caldwell went five under.
It was a good day at the office for John-Ross Galbraith (Whitehead Golf Club) who posted a second day round of 68 to tied for sixth with Rhys Thompson (Boldon Golf Club), Richard Mansell (Beau Desert Golf Club), Oliver Clarke (White Rose Management) and Neil Fenwick (Dunbar Golf Club).
James Glenn (Bishop Auckland Golf Club), Andrew Arft (Kirby Muxloe Golf Club), Brendan Peel, and Sam Stilwell (MASE Training) all made the cut to fly the flag for the USA on Independence Day.
The final of The Motocaddy Masters with the cut made at one under after Day 2 at Macdonald Linden Hall, Morpeth.
Motocaddy has been selected as the ‘Official Electric Trolley’ of the PGA EuroPro Tour for the fourteenth consecutive year. The PGA EuroPro Tour is the leading developmental tour in Europe with the top five players from the Order of Merit receiving exemptions onto the 2020 European Challenge Tour.