Women’s European Tour: Carlota Ciganda moves forward in Andalusia Costa del Sol

Women’s European Tour: Carlota Ciganda moves forward in Andalusia Costa del Sol

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A look back at the best of the action of the second round of the Ladies European Tour’s season end Andalusia Costa del Sol Open de Espana.

A look back at the best of the action of the second round of the Ladies European Tour’s season end Andalusia Costa del Sol Open de Espana.

Carlota Ciganda paid tribute to take the advice Tommy Fleetwood gave her afterwards . moving midway lead on the Andalusian Costa del Sol Open de Espana.

The fourfold Ladies European Tour winner carded a bogey-free 66 to jump to the top spot at Los Naranjos Golf Club, taking her to eight under and one shot ahead of compatriot Fatima Fernandez Cano.

Ciganda birded two of her opening three holes and added one more on the par-four seventh to reach the bend in 33, with then pick the Spaniard up a shot on the 10th and an eagle soars on the par-five 14th to jump top of the ranking.

Carlota Ciganda is chasing a first win of The season

Carlota Ciganda is chasing a first win of The season

The Solheim Cup star has recently made a change in her grip, after taking advice from Ryder Cup winner Fleetwood, and she was happy to have the . switch playing off.

“I am very happy with my day, every time you don’t make bogeys it’s a great bye,” said Ciganda. “I felt quite comfortable out there I hit some great shots and the putting was hot today, with four birdies and one eagle I am very happy.

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“I’ve been sitting” like this for the last three weeks now because I thought I needed a change. You have to try different things if the putting doesn’t work so I changed grip and it seems to work and hopefully it continues to work for the next two days.

“He [Fleetwood] told me a few of things – I really like his stroke and how he moves his putter, so I watched a lot of videos and i think it helps me and it’s the way to go for I’m going forward.”

Anne-Lise Caudal from France, who used to be also in An share of the lead after round one, sit in third place and three shots back, while the Finnish Ursula Wikstrom is four off the pace after a flawless 68.

England’s Cloe Frankish is five shots off the lead after a second round of 69 containing four birdies and one bogey, leaving her in fifth place with nightly co-leader Manon De Roey and Spain’s Ana Pelaez.

See the Andalusian Costa del Sol Open de Espana all weekend long live on Air sports. Live coverage continues on Saturday from 13.30 pm via the red button and is also live on the Sky Sports Golf YouTube channel.

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