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  • British Masters Day 2

The best numbers and stats to come out of the second day's play at Close House Golf Club in Newcastle...

4.18 - strokes gained on the field by leader Tyrrell Hatton.

16 - greens in regulation today for Soomin Lee, Shane Lowry and leader Hatton, the best of the field.

12,873 - fans attended the second day of the British Masters in Newcastle, England. 

- Englishmen inside the top 10 going into round three; Hatton, Ashley Chesters, Westwood, Ian Poulter, Lee Slattery, Graeme Storm and Chris Hanson.

196 - ​yards was the length of Jamie Donaldson's hole in one at the eighth hole using a five iron.

2010 - The last time Westwood & Poulter were both within three shots of the lead after 36 holes on the European Tour.

Ian Poulter during day two 

65 - Low round of day two was carded by seven players including leader Hatton and our host, Westwood.

139 - One-shot outside the cut was Masters Champion Sergio Garcia who carded a second round 69.

322.5 - yards was the longest drive of the day, from Alexander Knappe.

3.22 - was the average score on the par three 18th, the hardest hole in round two.

67 - players made the cut at the 2017 British Masters supported by Sky Sports.

73 - the number of spots Indian S.S.P Chawrasia climbed after his second round 65.

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Tournament Leaderboard

Pos Player nameNatHolePar
1DUNNE, PaulIRL18-20
2MCILROY, RoryNIR18-17
3KARLSSON, RobertSWE18-16
T4FRITSCH, FlorianGER18-14
T4STORM, GraemeENG18-14

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