Arnond, Pachara, and Quiban are tied at 12-under
Three-way tie for the lead
Arnond, Pachara, and Quiban share the lead for Round two at Resorts Manila Masters with a score of 12-under 132 today. Arnond was tied for third place on Thursday with seven-under 65 and Pachara was tied for ninth place.
Thai boys Arnond, and Pachara share lead
Arnond posted a round of five-under 67 consisting six birdies and a bogey on the par-3 13th, four of his six birdies came in his first nine holes and Pachara joined him with a birdie on par-3 17th and a bogey-free round of seven-under 67 consisting seven birdies.
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Justin Quiban sharing lead
Quiban shared fifth place with the defending champion Chawrasia on Thursday, and today with his six-under 66 he was able to gain four spots for a shared lead, consisting eight birdies, and two bogeys, and he went blazing on the last four holes in a row.
Scott Barr & Micah Lauren, Round one leaders
Thursday’s leader Barr and Lauren dropped 20 and 13 places with their rounds of one-over 73, and 72 today. Barr posted just a birdie on the very first hole and two more bogeys to finish his round, for a shared 21st place with South African Keith Horne, and Singaporean Quincy Quek.
American Micah Lauren posted a bogey-free 64 and was short of his performance today with72 on the board consisting three birdies and three bogeys in his round, for a shared 13th place with Chanachok who posted a hole-in-one yesterday, Suradit Yongcharoenchai, Pavit Tangkamolprasert, Danny Chia, Paul Peterson, and Liu Yan-Wei.
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SSP Chawrasia, The Defending Champions
Chawrasia shared fifth place yesterday with his round of six-under 66, but today was something different as he moved one place up to a shared fourth place with four-under 68 consisting five birdies, and a bogey.
He now shares his fourth-place with Natipong Srithong, Jyoti Randhawa, Jarin Todd, Arjun Atwal, and Prom Meesawat. Randhawa posted 70 in his first round, for a shared 42nd place, and he was quick to get his game back today with a bogey-free eight-under 64 today, helping him climb 38 spots up from yesterday.
Following the top four positions for a shared 10th place are Richard T. Lee, Lin Wen-Tang, and Steve Lewton with a score of eight-under 136. Where Lee posted three-under 69, Lin and Lewton posted four-under 68 today.