The second day of the Omega European Masters saw a thrilling moment as the Fitzpatrick brothers put their names in today's Top 3.
The older of the two brothers, Matt, who celebrates his 29th birthday today, gives himself a nice present by taking the lead after the second day of the tournament. His little brother Alex is currently in 3rd place with another player, Romain Langasque.
Thanks to an excellent round, Sweden's Alexander Björk joins the leading trio in second place.
On the Swiss side, two Swiss players made the cut and will be in action tomorrow morning. Cédric Gugler from Basel and Jeremy Freiburghaus from Graubünden finish at -3.
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A pleasant day to kick off the weekend
The return of the sun and pleasantly high temperatures meant that players and spectators alike were able to break out the sunglasses and wear T-shirts, kicking off a promising weekend with the same expected weather conditions.
While several thousand spectators have flocked to the Crans-sur-Sierre golf course over the past two days, the number of people expected to attend this weekend's event is very encouraging.
Here's the start list for tomorrow morning.