Golf-European Tour Portuguese Masters scores

Thu Oct 11, 2012 11:58pm IST

Oct 11 (Infostrada Sports) - Scores from the European Tour Portuguese Masters at the par-71 course on Thursday in Vilamoura 
65  Ross Fisher (Britain)              65 
    Stephen Gallacher (Britain)        65 
66  George Murray (Britain)            66 
67  Fredrik Andersson Hed (Sweden)     67 
    Christian Nilsson (Sweden)         67 
    Shane Lowry (Ireland)              67 
    Jbe Kruger (South Africa)          67 
    Jamie Donaldson (Britain)          67 
68  Anthony Wall (Britain)             68 
    Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano (Spain)  68 
    Rafael Cabrera-Bello (Spain)       68 
    Thomas Aiken (South Africa)        68 
    Danny Denison (Britain)            68 
    Michael Campbell (New Zealand)     68 
    Joakim Lagergren (Sweden)          68 
69  Gregory Bourdy (France)            69 
    Thomas Levet (France)              69 
    Tom Lewis (Britain)                69 
    Martin Kaymer (Germany)            69 
    Soren Kjeldsen (Denmark)           69 
    George Coetzee (South Africa)      69 
    Andrea Pavan (Italy)               69 
    Ricardo Gonzalez (Argentina)       69 
    Gareth Maybin (Britain)            69 
    Marc Warren (Britain)              69 
    Keith Horne (South Africa)         69 
    Carlos Del Moral (Spain)           69 
    Markus Brier (Austria)             69 
    Thorbjorn Olesen (Denmark)         69 
    Padraig Harrington (Ireland)       69 
    Miguel Angel Jimenez (Spain)       69 
    Lee Slattery (Britain)             69 
70  Martin Wiegele (Austria)           70 
    Robert-Jan Derksen (Netherlands)   70 
    Matthew Zions (Australia)          70 
    Henrik Stenson (Sweden)            70 
    Hennie Otto (South Africa)         70 
    Darren Clarke (Britain)            70 
    Alexander Noren (Sweden)           70 
    James Kingston (South Africa)      70 
    Alejandro Canizares (Spain)        70 
    Richard Green (Australia)          70 
    Thomas Bjorn (Denmark)             70 
    Jose-Filipe Lima (Portugal)        70 
    Peter Whiteford (Britain)          70 
    Pedro Figueiredo (Portugal)        70 
    Federico Colombo (Italy)           70 
    Damien McGrane (Ireland)           70 
    Ricardo Melo Gouveia (Portugal)    70 
    Michael Hoey (Britain)             70 
    Danny Willett (Britain)            70 
    Rich Beem (U.S.)                   70 
    Bernd Wiesberger (Austria)         70 
    Richard Finch (Britain)            70 
    Richard Bland (Britain)            70 
    Kristoffer Broberg (Sweden)        70 
71  Mark Foster (Britain)              71 
    Francesco Molinari (Italy)         71 
    Pablo Larrazabal (Spain)           71 
    Matteo Manassero (Italy)           71 
    Edoardo Molinari (Italy)           71 
    Jamie Elson (Britain)              71 
    Jaco Van Zyl (South Africa)        71 
    Kenneth Ferrie (Britain)           71 
    Scott Jamieson (Britain)           71 
    Anders Hansen (Denmark)            71 
    Steve Webster (Britain)            71 
72  Rhys Davies (Britain)              72 
    Andy Sullivan (Britain)            72 
    David Howell (Britain)             72 
    Hugo Santos (Portugal)             72 
    Mikael Lundberg (Sweden)           72 
    Gary Orr (Britain)                 72 
    Lorenzo Gagli (Italy)              72 
    Simon Dyson (Britain)              72 
    Simon Khan (Britain)               72 
    Raphael Jacquelin (France)         72 
    Felipe Aguilar (Chile)             72 
    Ricardo Santos (Portugal)          72 
    Joost Luiten (Netherlands)         72 
    Bradley Dredge (Britain)           72 
    David Lynn (Britain)               72 
    Robert Coles (Britain)             72 
    Marcel Siem (Germany)              72 
    Peter Hedblom (Sweden)             72 
    Andrew Dodt (Australia)            72 
    Sam Little (Britain)               72 
    Jean-Baptiste Gonnet (France)      72 
    Jamie Moul (Britain)               72 
    David Drysdale (Britain)           72 
73  Peter Lawrie (Ireland)             73 
    Jose Manuel Lara (Spain)           73 
    Johan Edfors (Sweden)              73 
    James Morrison (Britain)           73 
    Oscar Floren (Sweden)              73 
    Nuno Henriques (Portugal)          73 
    Richard Sterne (South Africa)      73 
    Estanislao Goya (Argentina)        73 
    Matthew Baldwin (Britain)          73 
    Robert Rock (Britain)              73 
    Gary Boyd (Britain)                73 
    Craig Lee (Britain)                73 
    Mikko Ilonen (Finland)             73 
    Tommy Fleetwood (Britain)          73 
    Fabrizio Zanotti (Paraguay)        73 
    Graeme Storm (Britain)             73 
74  Shaun Micheel (U.S.)               74 
    Pablo Martin (Spain)               74 
    Richard McEvoy (Britain)           74 
    Antonio Rosado (Portugal)          74 
    Darren Fichardt (South Africa)     74 
    Michael Jonzon (Sweden)            74 
    Jorge Campillo (Spain)             74 
75  Jose Maria Olazabal (Spain)        75 
    Maarten Lafeber (Netherlands)      75 
    Ignacio Garrido (Spain)            75 
    Alvaro Quiros (Spain)              75 
    David Horsey (Britain)             75 
    Niclas Fasth (Sweden)              75 
    Paul Waring (Britain)              75 
    Benjamin Hebert (France)           75 
76  Simon Thornton (Ireland)           76 
    Julien Quesne (France)             76 
    Gregory Havret (France)            76 
    Tjaart Van der Walt (South Africa) 76 
77  Phillip Price (Britain)            77 
    Emiliano Grillo (Argentina)        77 
    Joel Sjoeholm (Sweden)             77 
78  Tiago Cruz (Portugal)              78 
79  Richard Johnson (Sweden)           79 
    Andrew Marshall (Britain)          79 
WDW Victor Dubuisson (France)
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