Golf-frenchman Levy Shoots 63 To Go Four Clear At Bmw Masters - Yahoo News

November 2, 2014

Levy, the son of two pharmacists, conjured up a special formula of his own to rattle off nine birdies for a 22-under 194 total with one round left on the rain-softened Lake Malaren course. Welshman Jamie Donaldson (62), boosted by a late eagle, vaulted into second place on 18-under, with German Marcel Siem (65) another stroke behind in third place. Halfway leader Nicolas Colsaerts of Belgium shot 73 to plunge nine strokes off the pace. Levy, 24, seeking his third victory of visit their website the season on the European Tour, improved clicking here to 40-under in his past five rounds of stroke play (including two at the Portugal Masters which he won), an impressive achievement notwithstanding the ideal scoring conditions at both events. "I played an amazing round," the world number 74, who was not even ranked in the top 300 at this time last year, told reporters. "I was not surprised but it was fun. It's true I am confident and I need to enjoy this moment and do my best site tomorrow and try to do the same job." Levy said he enjoyed 'target golf' -- the type played on soft courses where players can aggressively fire at pins in the knowledge the ball will stop quickly. "When the greens are a bit more firm, it's not my best," said the man whose boyhood golf idol was Tiger Woods but these days most admires current world number one Rory McIlroy.

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