Friday, 13 April 2018
Day 2 in numbers: Open de Espana  (Getty Images)
Day 2 in numbers: Open de Espana (Getty Images)

The best facts and figures from day two of the Open de Espana, Madrid.

12 - The number of shots fewer Englishman Andy Sullivan recorded on day two and the lowest of the week thus far after a nine-under par 63.

2 - The 2016 Ryder Cup player's round included eagles on the par five fifth and the par four 13th and is the lowest score at the Open de Espana since 2009.

74 - Players made the halfway cut with those missing out on the number including Rafa Cabrera-Bello and Paul Lawrie.

72 - The second round score of Spanish amatuer Victor Pastor will see the University student play the weekend in Madrid.

7098 - The length (in yards) of the Centro Nacional de Golf Course is the shortest venue on the European Tour since 2016's BMW International Open.

65 - The score for all three members of the morning feature group (Paul Dunne, Eddie Pepperell & Pablo Larrazábal)

-13 - The Irishman will take a three-shot lead into tomorrow's third round after rounds of 66-65.

15 - Birdies or better for the leader, the most in the field at the halfway stage.

131 - It beats his best 36-hole total by three shots, one of which came at the 2017 British Masters, his only European Tour victory to date.

13:20 - The tee time for world number four Jon Rahm and playing partner Marc Warren who will start Saturday four back.

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Tournament Leaderboard

Pos Player nameNatHolePar
1RAHM, JonESP18-20
2DUNNE, PaulIRL18-18
3ELVIRA, NachoESP18-17
4COETZEE, GeorgeRSA18-16
T5WARREN, MarcSCO18-15
T5CAMPILLO, JorgeESP18-15

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