Karlberg enjoys fine 66 in Austria

Sun 08 Jun 2014

Karlberg enjoys fine 66 in Austria

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June 8: Asian Tour member Rikard Karlberg fired a six-under-par 66 to move to tied 10th place at the Lyoness Open on Saturday.
The Swede, a two-time winner in Asia, sank an eagle, five birdies and one bogey for a three-day total of four-under-par 212, seven shots behind EurAsia Cup star Joost Luiten.
American Berry Henson, a former winner of the Philippine Open, shot a 73 to slip back to a share of equal 16th place on 213.
Henson in Contention
June 7: Asian Tour member Berry Henson was in contention at the halfway stage of the European Tour's Lyoness Open in Austria on Friday.
The American, who has one victory on the Asian Tour, shot a second round 72 for a four-day total of 140 to lie in tied seventh place, five shots behind leader Mikael Lundberg. Another Asian Tour winner Rikard Karlberg shot a second straight 73 for a share of 47th position going into the weekend rounds alongside American Jason Knutzon.
Henson carded four birdies but dropped two bogeys and one double bogey in his second round.