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After the first 18 holes, Carranza was at the top of the standings with a total of 70 strokes. Ignacio Ficco was second with 73 hits and Santiag


After the first 18 holes, Carranza was at the top of the standings with a total of 70 strokes. Ignacio Ficco was second with 73 hits and Santiago Geuna third with 76.

The following are the top positions in each category:

-Caballeros Scratch: 1st Santos Carranza (HDC 0.5) with 70 hits; 2nd Ignacio Ficco (-2.4) with 73; 3rd Santiago Geuna (2.6) with 76; 4th Pedro Bertoldi (1) with 76; 5th Francisco Cordara (1.6) with 78.

-Gentlemen -0.8 to 9.9: 1st Claudio Alarcón (4.8) with 73 hits; 2nd Jorge Prieto (9.9) with 73; 3rd Juan Ortiz Centeno (5.4) with 74; 4th Lucas Lemme (3.1) with 75; 5th Mateo González (2.0) with 76.

-Knights 10 to 16: 1st Enrique Favre (15.6) with 66 blows; 2nd Daniel Ruiz (10.4) with 73; 3rd Alejandro Marengo (11) with 73; 4th Ricardo González (11.9) with 74; 5th Mauro Munafo (12.1) with 75.

-Knights 16.1 to 22.9: 1st Ariel Piovano (18.3) with 68 hits; 2nd Dardo Bértola (19.4) with 70; 3rd Hernán Bressán (20.1) with 71; 4th Julio Candia (20.2) with 72; 5th Jorge Campagnucci (17.3) with 72.

-Gentlemen from 23 to 54: 1st Antonio Torres (31) with 68 blows; 2nd Luis Palma (23.4) with 71; 3rd Eduardo Basualdo (31.3) with 72; 4th Daniel Zappengo (26) with 75; 5th Carlos López Anllo (23.4) with 75.

Between the ladies a new date of the Ranking was disputed. Matilde Zorrilla and Cecilia Gagliardo were the winners in each category.

Molina, third in Austria

The Rio de Janeiro-based Mauricio Molina temporarily occupies the third position, at the end of the first round of the Riegler & Partner Legends Golf Open, which takes place in Austria and corresponds to a season on the European Senior Tour circuit, reserved for people over 50 years of age.

The 54-year-old player from Rio de Janeiro used 66 strokes (six under par on the court) to place himself against one of the leaders, the German Tomas Gogele and the Welshman Liam Bond, who both signed cards of 65 (-7).

Meanwhile, José Cóceres, from Chaco, 58, and last champion at the Golf Club Murhof in the 2019 edition, completed an inaugural round of 69 impacts (three under par on the court), according to a report from the European Tour site. .

Ricardo González, 51, from Corrientes, exhibited an irregular performance to reach the 29th. placement, with a mark of 71 hits (-1).

For his part, Rafael Gómez, from Buenos Aires, 53, who has just achieved an auspicious second place at the Arden Marriot Hotel & Country Club in England, was much lower, with a score of 72 (par for the court), but in the 38th. position.