first_imgBut then the 22-year-old Korean took full advantage of But then the 22-year-old Korean took full advantage of his early tee time. Despite two interruptions to his day, he opened up a sizeable gap at the summit by moving to 13 under par, courtesy of a flawless seven under 65. In close chase, however, is four-time European Tour winner Joost Luiten, after the Dutchman signed for a six-under 66, which included an eagle two at the 11th hole – his second – where he holed out with a sand wedge. After the opening round was cut short on day one, thunderstorms again played havoc with the second days action at Genzon Golf Club as play was suspended twice and for a total of almost six hours, but there was time to eventually finish the first round prior to the second halt in play. Rising stars Paul Dunne of Ireland and Brandon Stone of South Africa were three shots further back on seven-under par after a three-under 69 and a two-under 70, respectively. Levy made a solid start late on as he aimed to shore up the gap with his first round co-leader, parring his first three holes before being called in, while Lee Slattery of England was making good ground thanks to four birdies in his first five holes to join his French counterpart on six under. “Today I was very excited about my round because I made a lot of putts, and his good, straight shots so everything was perfect. I have two more days now to try and stay bogey free. “I feel this course is good for me because there are soft greens and heavy rough. I like it when there is heavy rough so thats good for me.” PTI Cor ATK ATKadvertisementlast_img