Golf: Ricardo Melo Gouveia continues to rise in the French Open


Portuguese golfer Ricardo Melo Gouveia continued his upward path today in the French Open, rising to 22nd place, in contrast to Ricardo Santos, who dropped to 28th in the French tournament of the most important European circuit.

Ricardo Melo Gouveia delivered a card with 69 shots, two under par on the course, thanks to four ‘birdies’ (one shot under par for the hole) and two ‘bogeys’ (one over), continuing his recovery in the race, after having finished the first day in 119th position and the second in 34th.

Ricardo Santos, who needed 71 shots today, as a result of two ‘birdies’ and as many ‘bogeys’, dropped six places, joining the group of golfers classified in 28th place, with a total of 210, plus one of the than the compatriot.

With an aggregate of 209 ‘shots’, Ricardo Melo Gouveia, 31, is eight behind the leader, the Danish Rasmus Hojgaard, who totals 201, despite having scored 74 today, largely due to his disastrous performance on hole two. , a par three completed in eight long shots.

Pedro Figueiredo, the other Portuguese present at the French Open, which runs until Sunday at Le Golf National, about 20 kilometers from Paris, failed to pass the cut on Friday, finishing in 133rd place.


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