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Roos & Canonica Setup Epic Aegean Showdown1 min read

Posted on: 9th Jun 2018

2015 Aegean Airlines Pro-Am Winner, Jake Roos, and PGA of Italy legend, Emanuele Canonica, commanded the lead of the 13th Aegean Airlines Pro-Am setting up a classic final day at Costa Navarino in Greece. 

South African, Roos, was able to make significant strides having carded a five-under 65 at The Bay Course, close to his record-breaking score during his victorious campaign in 2015.

Meanwhile Canonica’s five birdies and two bogeys in the windy and humid conditions gave him a three-under 67 to join Roos on six-under (135) for the tournament.

Round 01 leader, Henrik Engdahl (PGA of Greece), kept himself in the hunt for his second Aegean win, carding a very respectable one-under par 70 on The Dunes Course that overall played an average of 4 shots harder than The Bay in Round 02.

Engdahl sits at five under par (136), and leads the group of seven other Professionals who will seek to overturn the leaders in the final round – including Italians Alessandro Tadini and Federico Elli on four-under (137); Martin Dewhurst (PGA of GB&I) and Chryssanthos Diakou (PGA of Greece) on three-under (138); three-time champion, Nicolo Gaggero (PGA of Italy) on two-under (139); 2012 winner, Zeke Martinez (PGA of Italy) on one-under par (140), together with Ladies European Tour Professional, Sophie Walker, also on one-under.

Team Pro-Am results will be released shortly after the culmination of Round 03.

For Full Round 02 Scores Visit http://eur.pe/2018Aegean


For more information visit the Tournament Hub Page follow @PGAsofEurope on Twitter and search the hashtag ‘#AegeanProAm’ or like the PGAs of Europe Facebook Page.

Find out more about the Aegean Airlines Pro-Am and Aegean Airlines by visiting www.aegeanproam.com.

[Images courtesy of Dimitris Andritsos Photography – dimitrisandritsos.gr]