Camille Tremoulet (Toulouse Capitol 1) and Jordan Sunborg (U. Stirling) placed in the first positions in the halfway point of the European Universities Golf Championship
The Scottish university of Stirling, in the male category and the French from Toulouse 1 Capitole in the female one have both placed in the first positions in the team classification
The sportsmanship and the companionship have championed the competition in the golf course of Antequera for the second consecutive day. The participants, already with a first result in hand, stepped with determination the green in search of a better performance that would allow them to lower the strokes’ scorecard.
The female classifications have undergone modifications both in the individual part as in the team one, with the change of the two leaders. On the other hand, male players have followed the same line of the first day. Once reached the halfway point of the 6th European Universities Golf Championships, the last two results seem like keys to adjust the spotlight and reduce errors.
In a more detailed way, on the side of the women's table there was again a match between the three best golfers of the first day, there was only a change in the leader position. Camille Tremoulet (Toulouse 1 Capitole, France), with 73 strokes and a handicap of 6 (total hits: 147), surpassed the representative of the host group. Esperanza Serrano (University of Malaga) dropped to second place after going through the 18 holes with 77 strokes and a handicap of 3 (total hits: 147).
María Piñeiro, representing Abat Oliba University CEU, remained in third position at the end of the day, following closely the previous two with 73 strokes and a handicap of 2 (total hits: 148). The table by teams also underwent variations when being placed in head Toulouse 1 Capitole (305 strokes in total) and, after her, the University of Malaga (306); giving the third position to the Abat Oliba CEU (309).
The University of Stirling (United Kingdom) continued with good performances in Antequera Golf facilities. Mark Napier overcame the strokes of the first day which made him go down to the sixth place, but his teammates; Jordan Sundborg (67 strokes, 140 in total and handicap of +3) and Colind Edgar (72 strokes, 146 in total and handicap +2) took first and second place in the classification, respectively.
We would have to wait for the third position to find the name of a player from the University of Málaga, Juan Agüera, who used 76 strokes, 150 in the total of the two days and a handicap of 2. In the team event, Stirling returned to the lead (437 strokes in total) ahead of the University of Malaga (452) and the German University of Manheim (464).