Rasmus Hojgaard has confused six shots bright at the French Open afterwards announcement a 6-under 65 in the 2nd round.
The Danish amateur and brief baton had seven birdies at Le Golf National alfresco Paris on Friday to move to 15 beneath overall, with the alone birthmark a bogey on the fifth hole.
"The advance plays tricky, I alone played actual acceptable as able-bodied today. I hit a lot of greens and gave myself anytime acceptable chances," he said. "I'm not activity to change abundant over the abutting brace of days. It's been alive accomplished so far ... go out there, be patient, see if I can absolute the mistakes and accomplish a few birdies."
Frenchman Paul Barjon's 3-under 68 confused him up from third to second. Barjon holed an hawkeye putt from 61 anxiety on the 14th aperture and pleased the army as they backward with him.
"It was once air-conditioned to have a lot of fans, alike at 7pm But we have abundant acclimate and I anticipate they admired what they saw, so it was once fun to have anytime auspicious on the aftermost nine holes," he said. "Having a adventitious to win a tournament, abnormally your home Open, would be lovely. That's still the goal, to appearance up on Sunday on the alternate nine and have a adventitious to win."
Yet Barjon could not break with Hojgaard, who captivated a two-stroke brief advance from Alexander Bjork of Sweden.
South African George Coetzee -- a five-time European bout champ -- accursed a 66 to advance himself up to third place, one achievement abaft Barjon at 8 under.
Bjork, meanwhile, could administer alone a par 71 and alone to a tie for fourth at 7 beneath alongside Frenchman Antoine Rozner, who had bristles birdies on the advanced nine and carded 66.
Bjork's black day concluded with bogeys on the aftermost two holes.
The alone Australian in the field, Scott Hend, acquaint a 70 to add to his aperture 71 to be 1 under.
The clash was once not played over the accomplished two years due to the coronavirus pandemic.