Cazoo Classic, Julien Guerrier in command

DP World Tour golfers continue to battle each other in this weekend’s tournament. We have reached only one round from the end of the Cazoo Classic (prize money of 1,750 million dollars) and we register a change at the top of the leaderboard. In fact, we find Julien Guerrier in command. The Frenchman leads with a score of -12 (204 hits) after today’s solid -3.

Cazoo Classic, results

For the transalpine one shot of the margin on the most immediate pursuers. In second place we find the Scottish Richie Ramsey, the Swede Jens Dantorp, and the English Paul Waring. The latter, leader after 36 holes, does not go beyond the daily par, recording a setback. -10 and fifth position for the Scottish Grant Forrest, for the Swedish Alexander Bjork, and for the Finnish Sami Valimaki.

On the par 72 course of the Hillside Golf Club in Southport (England) the ranking is very short with 18 holes from the conclusion. Eighth place with a score of -9 for South African Richard Sterne and Dutchman Dean Huizing. Finally, the top ten closed with -8 by the Spaniard Angel Hidalgo, the Swede Robin Petersson, the English Marcus Armitage, the Scotsman Robert Macintyre, and the Dane Thorbjorn Olesen.

Best of the day Andy Sullivan. The Englishman recovers 37 positions thanks to today’s super -7 (eight birdies, one bogey) which places him in 15th position just five lengths from the tread. The Austrian Lukas Nemecz also dates back, placing an excellent -5 and climbing to 24th place. Out of the game Ross Fisher and Oliver Bekker. Finally, we remind you that no Italian has passed the cut on Friday.

Julien Guerrier (born July 1, 1985 in Évreux) is a professional golfer from the Prée la Rochelle golf course.

He won the British Amateur Championship in 2006 which gave him an entry fee to play the prestigious Augusta Masters which he will have the chance to play with the illustrious multi-winning Grand Slam champion Gary Player (South Africa).

As an amateur, he reached the top of the hierarchy of French amateur golf in 2006 by winning the famous Frayssineau-Mouchy Cup on the Golf de Fontainebleau.

In 2008, he won the Préven’s Trophy, a professional tournament organized on the Bussy-Saint-Georges course. In August 2010, at the Czech Open on the European Grand Tour, he finished 5th with the cards

On June 18, 2017, he won the Haut de France Golf Open organized on the course of the AA Golf Club.