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Friday
Jul122013

Scottish Open: Doak Leads, Mickelson Lurks

Reminder to American readers that the first-ever network coverage of a European Tour event kicks off Saturday morning at 9:30 a.m. ET on NBC and based on the weather so far, should be another beautiful day in Inverness.

Martin Dempster talks to Mickelson about a third hole shot that announcers swooned over and sets up the Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open heading into third round play:

For the second day running, he started with a three-putt. “It was one of those rounds that could have gotten away from me as I was a little bit off today,” he admitted. “But I fought hard. I feel I’m hitting good shots and if I can get a hot putter then I can hopefully make up ground.”
Mickelson isn’t the only American in the mix. Peter Uihlein, winner of the Madeira Island Open earlier in the season, now has a bigger prize in his sights. Two-over-par after six holes yesterday, the 23-year-old covered the remaining 12 in eight-under. On 11-under at halfway, he’s just one behind leader Chris Doak along with English duo Matt Southgate (64) and Ross Fisher (65) as well as Dane JB Hansen (65).

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Reader Comments (3)

i guess its up to the local affiliate if they are going to show it? buffalo nbc is just their usual cartoons....or am i missing something?
07.13.2013 | Unregistered CommenterM
Yeah, looks like it's noon, not 9:30 according to this:

http://nbcsports.msnbc.com/id/30092015/
07.13.2013 | Unregistered Commenterjohn
Ok, it has started at noon.

But no Johnny Miller, and the B list of announcers..

Ands sounds like Ritz is calling it from Orlando?
07.13.2013 | Unregistered CommenterM

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