Pablo Larrazabal – Spain’s famous professional golfer, shot a straight 66 to reach the 12 under during the second round of the BMW International Open. Bradley Dredge of Wales and Peter Whiteford from Scotland, were taken over by three birdies in the last four holes of Pablo Larrazabal.
On the other side, Austria’s Marcus Brier holed an eagle putt, over 15 feet on the 18th that ended up with a 67 and a 10-under. Joining him at the second place was Argentina’s Ariel Canete.
Canete suffered from a torn tendon injury in the left shoulder last year, but he joined the European Tour on the basis of a medical exemption case. Although, according to the Argentine, the tendon occasionally flares up but the injury is not going to corner him that easily.
Out of the three famous current and former captains of the Ryder Cup, Nick Faldo missed the cut after a second round 74 left him at over 6. However, on the other side, Bernhard Langer from Germany; will be playing this weekend after shooting a 69 to reach 5-under.
Larrazabal is making haste towards a second victory this year to add up to his 2008 French Open title. The unstoppable Spaniard will be seeking guidance from his brother – Alejandro, the 2002 British Amateur Champion, who will be caddying for Larrazabal in Munich.