14th September 2013 | Alps Tour Golf
Palmer shines in foggy day
Jason Palmer aims third victory of the season after he confirmed his good form signing for best score of the day, 68. Julien Forêt signed for same score but the Englishman has a 6-shot advantage of the Caledonian born with -14.
Un foggy then rainy day, in Citadelle Golf Course, that was the bis repetita story of the morning. Players ahd to wait one hour to completed their second round as the fog invited itself on the course. After the cut was fixed at +2, Jason Palmer already had 4 shots less than closest competitor, France’s Julien Foret.
Foret hunted birdies all day and manage to erase his drop shot on first hole with five birdies but the Englishman was as strong and complete his third flawless round in a row. “Golden one hand'” could be Palmer’s nickname as the Alps Tour ranking leader always chip with only one hand.
France’s Edouard Espana, is third before last round, two shots behind his compatriot.