Friday, 01 December 2017
Laurie Canter during day two of the AfrAsia Bank Mauritius Open  (Getty Images)
Laurie Canter during day two of the AfrAsia Bank Mauritius Open (Getty Images)

The best facts and figures from day two of the AfrAsia Bank Mauritius Open

62 - by Thai Suttijet Kooratanapisan equaled the course record.

28 -was the lowest front nine score recorded on the European Tour since August 2016 (by Kooratanapisan).

14 - shots better than Kooratanapisan's first round score - 76.

330 - yards was the length of Dylan Frittelli's near ace at the par four 9th hole, the only eagle recorded there all day.

Dylan Frittelli

67 - players made the cut which fell on a total of 141 (-1).

5 - South Africans in the top 10 and ties - Frittelli, De Jager, Strydom, Walters, Bekker and Oosthuizen.

4.55 - the scoring average of the 2nd and 14th holes (both par 5s) - the easiest holes on round two.

331 - was the longest drive in today's second round (yards) hit by Justin Walters.

10 - Successful up and down attempts from 11 made Pep Angles best in scrambling through two rounds. 

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Tournament Leaderboard

Pos Player nameNatHolePar
1FRITTELLI, DylanRSA18-16
2ATWAL, ArjunIND18-16
3LANGASQUE, RomainFRA18-14
4DE JAGER, LouisRSA18-13
T5PAVON, MatthieuFRA18-12
T5TABUENA, MiguelPHI18-12

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