a second round of 66 strokes, Nicolas Colsaerts on Friday in the lead at the Open de France golf tournament (European Tour/1.6 million euro) that will take place at the Golf National in france, Guyancourt.

The 36-year-old from Brussels, who has been a strong first round, dropped from 67 beats, and the first day ended in sixth place on the day, and still get better and better. Thus, relying on two-time European tour winner and seven birdies the way to which he has twice been in the wrong. With a total score of 133-to succeed, to nine under par, share the lead with South African George Coetzee. The American writer Kurt Kitayama is on the third place, one stroke more than the men.

“I’m very, very happy,” said Colsaerts. “This morning, it was hard to play, mainly due to the strong winds, and also from the other direction was a Thursday. My control of the ball and it was very good, and if you do, the ball is in the right place and it drops then you have a birdiekansen. If you have a birdieputts here, you can have a good card to deliver. With the wind, it is not a right to a job at any point in the play. Hopefully it will continue with the conditions as they are today.”

Thomas, Try to put in a solid step forward. The 26-year-old Brussels rose with a round of 68 strokes after six birdies and three bogeys, on the 50th anniversary to the tenth place. The try count of six beats longer than Colsaerts, and Coetzee.

Thomas Pieters, who, after a first round of 74 strokes on a shared 90th place, set up a second round of 69 strokes, two under par. The Us Masters champion, found four birdies away, and had two bogeys on his card. The number 82 on the wereldgolfranglijst closed the day on a shared 47th place.

(score after the second round of the Open de France-Guyancourt:

1. Nicolas Colsaerts (Bel) 133=67-66 -9).

. George Coetzee (ZAf) 133=65-68).

3. Kurt Kitayama (Usa) 134=66-68).

4. Richie Ramsay (Scr) 135=66-69.

5. Joachim B. Hansen (Den), 136=68-68).

6. Martin Kaymer (Ger) 137=68-69.

. Brandon Stone (ZAf) 137=68-69.

. Gavin Moynihan (Ire) 137=68-69.

. Jaco Van Zyl (ZAf) 137=67-70).

. Benjamin Hebert (Fra) 137=66-71).

13. Thomas Detry (Bel) 139=71-68.

47. Thomas Pieters (Bel) 143=74-69.

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