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Sport Marcus Kinhult, 21, has big opportunity after jumping out to lead at French Open

19:09  29 june  2018
19:09  29 june  2018 Source:   golfweek.com

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Swedish youngster Marcus Kinhult will take a two-shot lead into the final round of the French Open after a four-under 67 on Saturday. Rahm started the day only three shots adrift of Kinhult , but looked in danger of dropping out of the hunt after missing a short putt to finish a miserable double-bogey on

Marcus Kinhult of Sweden carded a 6-under 65 to seize a two-shot lead at the halfway stage of the French Open on Friday. Kinhult , who started his campaign on Thursday with four straight bogeys, produced an eagle, six birdies and two dropped strokes in the second round to finish with a 6-under

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PARIS, France - The first time Marcus Kinhult led a European Tour event after 36 holes he faltered over the last 36. He's hoping to do a lot better this time around.

The 21-year-old Swede raced into the lead in the $7 million HNA French Open after posting a 6-under 65 in the second round. Kinhult has history on tough, windy golf courses like Le Golf National, this year's Ryder Cup venue. He won the 2015 Lytham Trophy by eight shots, compiling an Even-par 280 around the Open Championship layout.

After Lytham, he shot 68-67 in the Nordea Masters to become the third amateur to hold a 36-hole European Tour lead. Scores of 77 and 75 saw him finish T-33.

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Sweden's Marcus Kinhult leads at the halfway stage of the French Open at Le Golf National, the venue for this year's Ryder Cup. The 21 -year-old's six-under-par round of 65 gave him a two-shot But Kinhult has been solid and even when he made bogeys on the 13th and 17th, on each occasion

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"I learned a lot of things - just the whole experience of being in that position and the sort of feelings you have," Kinhult said. "I know I have to stick to the things I can control and then see what happens."

The former Junior Ryder Cup player got his European Tour card at the 2015 European Tour Qualifying School, but he was so low down the pecking order he only made 12 full appearances on the 2016 European Tour and had to return to Q School. He failed to qualify and spent last year on the European Challenge Tour. He finished fifth on the money list to earn a card for this year's European Tour.

He's currently 62nd on the European money list with over with just under $350,000. A third-place finish in the Commercial Bank Qatar Masters and T-12 in the BMW PGA Championship makes up the most of that total and will help him retain playing rights for next season.

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Kinhult had six birdies, an eagle and just two bogeys in 65 to reach the top of the French leaderboard. It complemented an opening 71 recorded in the same sort of blustery conditions he experienced while winning the Lytham Trophy.

"Every tournament is a new experience and the bad ones are necessary as well. I'm learning all the time I don't put too much pressure on myself. It's a learning year for me. It's going to be a nice weekend."

It'll be really nice if he gets his first European Tour win.

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Alex Noren won the French Open by one shot on Sunday after a final round 4-under 67.The Swede started the day seven shots behind compatriot Marcus Kinhult but he birdied two of his last three holes to finish at 7-under 277, just ahead of Scotland's Russell Knox, England'sThe Swede started the day seven shots behind compatriot Marcus Kinhult but he birdied two of his last three holes to finish at 7-under 277, just ahead of Scotland's Russell Knox, England's Chris Wood and Julian Suri of the United States.

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