European Open: Scotland’s Robert MacIntyre storms into four-shot lead

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Scotland’s Robert MacIntyre shot at a second-round seven-under-par 65 to move to a four-shot lead at the Porsche European Open.
MacIntyre can be about 11-under 133 total at the halfway stage and struck on seven birdies.
Bernd Ritthammer of Germany is second after carding a six-under 66.
„It is most likely the best I’ve driven a ball – perhaps this year. It is not just going right, but it’s heading miles apart,“ MacIntyre, 23, said.
„I really don’t understand what I’m doing but it’s working so I’m just going to attempt to continue to get it done.“
England’s Paul Casey headed after the first round but a 68 means that he is six shots off the pace.
Casey is alongside the Guido Migliozzi and Matthias Schwab of Austria on five of Italy below.
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