25 September, 2016
Alexander Levy stormed into a six-shot lead before play was suspended on day two of the Porsche European Open.
With nearly seven hours of play lost due to early morning fog over the first two days at Bad Griesbach Levy completed his first round on Friday, making five birdies in nine holes to lead at nine under. I started with three birdies in the three first holes.
The Frenchman took charge with a magnificent showing at the Golf Resort Bad Griesbach on Friday, carding a nine-under 62 in his first round to move to the top of the leaderboard after two delays due to fog.
European Ryder Cup team-mates Martin Kaymer and Thomas Pieters were four under and level par respectively.
Alexander Levy parred the only hole he played at Bad Griesbach on Saturday before his European Open lead was reduced to four strokes.
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Ross Fisher went close to a hole-in-one as he opened up with a 65 and came up with another five birdies in a second round in which he still has three holes to complete. I played well, so it's always nice to be in a position like that. I think I'm in a good way and I just need to enjoy and to do my best to do my job'.
"There is a possibility of fog, that's why we don't want to start before 9am and that's why also we're starting from two tees in three balls, to maximise our time tomorrow".
Jonzon, 44, who only got into the field when Victor Dubuisson withdrew on Wednesday, birdied seven of his last 11 holes to finish 13 under, one ahead of Briton Ross Fisher.
"I struggle more just trying to make cuts because I can put a lot of pressure on myself".