The Danish golfkomet Rasmus Højgaard has continued a leash in the front players in the European Tour-the tournament English Championship after the second round.
The 19-year-old dane is then a shared 12.-after having passed the second round in four strokes under par. It was two strokes worse than the dane's first round.
the Rasmus Højgaard is a part of a very large top field, where all nine players just have used a single strike fewer than the dane. At the forefront is the englishman Andy Sullivan, who went in the second round in impressive nine strokes under par.
Andy Sullivan is four strokes ahead of Rasmus Højgaard and five strokes ahead of Martin Simonsen, who is the tournament's second best dane.
the Rasmus Højgaard has the time in a nice streak of results. In the previous week, he was number two in the British Masters, and last week won the Danish teen a sixth place in the Hero Open.
twin brother Nicolai Højgaard, Joachim B. Hansen and Thorbjorn Olesen did also the cut in the English Championship, which is played north of London.
To be Benjamin Poke and veterans Søren Kjeldsen and Thomas Bjorn involuntarily go on early weekend.