Grace makes it look easy at Leopard Creek

Branden Grace left the field five shots behind with a round of 66 on Friday at Leopard Creek Country Club, Where He Reached the 36-hole mark of the Alfred Dunhill Championship on 16-under-par.

“I’m a guy That always looks at the leaderboards. It’s nice to know Where You Are and what position you’re in. At this internship There Is still a lot of golf, I’ll push on goal tomorrow and try to get even further Top head, “he said.

The 26-year-old headed Into the weekend with a haul of 17 birdies and stretched out a five-shot lead over Italy’s Francesco Molinari ahead of the cut.

“This is a golf course That suits me,” Said Grace. “If I keep putting it in play Then It Should Be a good weekend. The main thing about this race is just to hit the fairways. If I can do that Then who knows What will happen? “He said.

The four-time European Tour winner HAS always beens reliable to win in style and Claimed the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship in 2012 on the back of a course record 60 at Kingsbarns.

“I’ve already got one win Dunhill, so Reviews another would be nice. This is just a special place. You look at all the names on the trophy and There are remarkable players-have That won here before. It’s nice to be back here in South Africa and playing well in my home country, “he said.

Grace’s form has-been impeccable this week and on Thursday at Leopard Creek he carded a flawless 62. Friday Was not as clean an affair and he About did make His First bogey of the tournament € 1.5 to 1,000,000, aim it About did little to offset His load.

“The ball striking Was not as good as yesterday, I Kept birdieing the goal by fives. I Kept it going, Even though I had a little bit of a slip at the sixth There and made bogey. I think it Was a small Lack of concentration, goal That Happens. I stuck in there Until The End, “he said.

Grace is familiar with victory and has-been waiting to lift a trophy for two years. This week in Malelane he’ll be hard to stop with His Five-shot cushion at the Halfway Mark.

“I think I’ve got a good history with leading,” Said Grace. “I’ve done it and I know Before That I can do it again. If I stick to my guns and stay patient Then I’ll be alright. ”

 

Grace makes it look easy at Leopard Creek

Branden Grace left the field five shots behind with a round of 66 on Friday at Leopard Creek Country Club, where he reached the 36-hole mark of the Alfred Dunhill Championship on 16-under-par.

 

“I’m a guy that always looks at the leaderboards. It’s nice to know where you are and what situation you’re in. At this stage there is still a lot of golf, but I’ll push on tomorrow and try to get even further head,” he said.

 

The 26-year-old headed into the weekend with a haul of 17 birdies and stretched out a five-shot lead over Italy’s Francesco Molinari ahead of the cut.

 

“This is a golf course that suits me,” said Grace. “If I keep putting it in play then it should be a good weekend. The main thing about this course is just to hit the fairways. If I can do that then who knows what will happen?” he said.

 

The four-time European Tour winner has always been able to win in style and claimed the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship in 2012 on the back of a course record 60 at Kingsbarns.

 

“I’ve already got one Dunhill win, so another would be nice. This is just a special place. You look at all the names on the trophy and there are remarkable players that have won here before. It’s nice to be back here in South Africa and playing well in my home country,” he said.

 

Grace’s form has been impeccable this week and on Thursday at Leopard Creek he carded a flawless 62. Friday was not as clean an affair and he did make his first bogey of the €1,5-million tournament, but it did little to offset his charge.

 

“The ball striking wasn’t as good as yesterday, but I kept birdieing the par fives. I kept it going, even though I had a little bit of a slip there at the sixth and made bogey. I think it was a small lack of concentration, but that happens. I stuck in there until the end,” he said.

 

Grace is familiar with victory and has been waiting to lift a trophy for two years. This week in Malelane he’ll be hard to stop with his five-shot cushion at the halfway mark.

 

“I think I’ve got a good history with leading,” said Grace. “I’ve done it before and I know that I can do it again. If I stick to my guns and stay patient then I’ll be alright.”

 

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