15th October 2011 | Alps Tour Golf

Cambis to run after maiden win


France’s Guillaume Cambis proved with great 68 today that overnight score was just a stumble. He easily lead the 2011 Masters13 by 6 shots with -9 and is is as if followers could only prented to collect sweeps. Tough, the young parisian made a double on third hole to go back to -3 but his self-esteem was stronger and he signed for the best score of the day.

At second place, fellows Xavier Poncelet at the border of the Alps Tour top 5 and young amateur Edouard Espana whose coach is famous Olivier Leglise, same man behind European Tour Player Gregory Bourdy.

It was a pretty difficult day for the field and the great course of Pont Royal, Seve Ballesteros designed, once again was full of tricks. Overnight co-leader Laurent Seinger had a really bad day and among his bogeys, he dropped four shots on the short 10th par 4.

Guillaume Cambis is now on an highway for maiden win. He confessed a few months that this though was haunted him and that he kept on thinking of it. All components are on the table to make this week the one.

Agathe Séron

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