Canada Cup: Jake Scott takes control, Francis Rouillier still in the race

After two rounds at the Sani Marc-Fenergic Canada Cup (CCSM-F), it is Jake Scott who points to the first rank of golfers. He took control brilliantly by delivering an excellent second card of 63 (-9) for a total of 129 (-15).

The Strongsville, Ohio golfer is closely followed by Quebec’s Keven Fortin-Simard who also shot 63 (-9) in the second round for a total of 131 (-13).

Among the local representatives, only Francis Rouillier survived the break, which was normal. He handed a card of 74 (+2) for a total of 143 (-1). “I had no rhythm. I made some unusual mistakes. The wind changed sides towards the last holes. It was a difficult day physically and emotionally, but I fought well, ”said the main interested party.

The Victoriavillois will fight for the title of amateur champion with Brendon Rattray who has two priority shots (-3). They are the only two amateur golfers who have withstood the cut. “I’m really happy to be part of the weekend rounds. This is the goal year after year. I am proud to have done it, to represent the region as well as the club and I will give my all. I know the terrain very well and I have to remain the same Francis. »

The remaining players will storm the Club de golf Victoriaville, starting at 7:47 am, for the presentation of the third round.

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