Pablo Larrazabal breaks course record to lead KLM Open

Larrazabal breaks course record to lead KLM Open
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Spain's Pablo Larrazbal breaks the course record to take a two-shot lead at the end of the second day at the KLM Open.

Pablo Larrazabal has broken the course record at the Kennemer Golf & Country Club to take the lead after the second round at the KLM Open.

The Spaniard finished the round eight-under-par, leaving him 10-under for the tournament, two shots clear of Romain Wattel and Edoardo Molinari.

Larrazabal hit birdies on his first six holes on his way to a round of 62, one stroke better than the previous course record.

Defending champion Joost Luiten, who had led after the first day, completed an even-par round on the second day of the competition, leaving him five shots back in seventh.

Wattel climbed up to second with a round of 65, while Molianari completed the round in 66 shots, leaving him level with the Frenchman.

Joost Luiten celebrates with the trophy after winning the KLM Open on September 15, 2013
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