Ryan Fox posted an impressive second-round score to fall in the British Masters standings after leading the field on Friday.
Fox recorded a sleazy six-under 66 at Belfry in England to open his account on the course on Friday and lead the pitch with Dane Thorbjorn Olesen.
However, this hot form ended abruptly on the second day of the tournament, as three birds were paired with four bogs as part of a 73 round.
The disappointing round opened the door for his rivals to jump him to the top of the pitch as he fell to 10th place, four shots behind club leader Hurly Long of Germany.
Long’s 4-under 68 left him nine below equal and one shot ahead of Scot Richie Ramsay, Denmark’s Thorbjorn Olesen and Sweden’s Marcus Kinhalt.
Fox is coming to the British masters in strong form, having secured one victory and two finishes in the top-15 in his last three appearances in the European Round.
Fox plays for a place in the PGA Championship later this month. The world number 110 is right on the line and a good finish this weekend could secure him a place in the second big of the year.
Ryan Fox stumbles after a strong start in the British Masters
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