Ross Fisher lights up day two of the Open de Espana with two straight eagles

Fourteen days in the Open de Espana, another feat was attained by Ross Fisher after his albatross in Wentworth since eagles were made by him near the end of his round.
Fisher earned a BMW sports car value 130,000 when he holed out with a four-iron to get a sensational albatross-two on the final hole in the BMW PGA Championship, capping a back-nine 28 on the West Course prior to heading on to finish just outside the top 30 after a disappointing 76 over the last day.
The Englishman requires a solid finish to the year to keep his European Tour card, arriving in Madrid ranked 118th in the Race to Dubai, and he had been flirting with all the line when he made three straight bogeys to slide to a under with six holes to play with.
Fisher drilled a beautiful, and he was able to scramble a fantastic par at the sixth and rattled in the putt for an eagle-three, and also greater was to follow in the second.
Fishers leash out of the middle of the fairway pitched just past the pin and spun back into the cup for a different eagle, his fourth of the tournament, and he can now go into the weekend well placed around five under after rounds of 69 and 68.
I made a terrific up-and-down on six that was key, and then I hit a beautiful drive and also a really pleasant soft four-iron into the next, said Fisher, who has not had a top-10 end since the Nedbank Golf Challenge in November this past year.
I did not realise how long it had been until I watched Mr (John E) Morgan put up his hands so that I knew it was good and also to roll that was really, very nice – my next among the week.
Then to hit this shot on the following hole and then back it up with a different eagle was fine. I had been flag hunting on the last there trying to go three in a row! I know I have had a nice run of birdies in a row but I would be surprised if I have gone back to back eagles.
To have four week, and I came really close to my next albatross in three weeks, it literally ended four or three inches from moving in. Two eagles yesterday on the par fivesthey had been kind to me, and to make another one and then hole a shotit was a nice day.
Watch the video over to see just how Fisher propelled himself up the Open de Espana leaderboard with back eagles…

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