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Ex NCAA College Golfer Chris Robb representing Meldrum House Golf Club leads after 36 holes of the 2014 East of Scotland Open at Lundin Golf Club, Fife.

The University of Tennessee-Chattanooga former student and former North East of Scotland Open Amateur Champion, carded rounds of 67 and 67 for 36-hole tally of -9, 133.

In second place is South African Martin Rohwer who fired rounds of 71 and 63 for -8, 134.

Rohwer is four strokes clear of the pair in third place – Leven Golf Society’s Brian Soutar and first-round leader Josh Jamieson of St Andrews, who are on -4, 138.

Former South African Amateur Champi8on and Scottish International, Soutar, shot 71 anbd 67, and former Boys International, Jamieson, carded rounds of 66 and 72.

Another former boys international, Anthony Blaney from Liberton Golf Club, is lying sixth on -3, 139, after rounds of 70 & 69.

2014 Craigmillar Park Open winner and ex British Amateur Golf Champion, Craig Watson, is on even par, 142, after a second round of -5, 66.

SECOND-ROUND TOTALS (Par 71):-

133 Chris Robb (Meldrum House 67 66
134 Martin Rohwer (S Africa) 71 63
138 Brian Soutar (Leven GS) 71 67, Josh Jamieson (St Andrews New) 66 72.
139 Anthony Blaney (Liberton) 70 69,
140 Nick Macandrew (Royal Aberdeen) 69 71, Dan Lawrence (Ballumbie Castle) 69 71, Lawrence Allan (Alva) 67 73
141 Ronnie Clark (Erskine) 70 71, Lewis Bain (Turnhouse) 69 72
142 Craig Watson (East Renfrewshire) 76 66, Jeff Wright (Forres) 71 71 , Daniel Kay (Dunbar) 70 72
143 Chris Low (Tantallon) 72 71, William Bremner (Edzell) 71 72, Ross Campbell (Falkirk) 68 75.
144 John Mathers (Haggs Castle) 75 69, Robert Johnson (Helensburgh) 73 71, Alasdair McDougall (Elderslie) 70 74, Greg Watson (Dunaverty) 70 74
145 Christopher Maclean (Balmore) 73 71, Alex Moir (Thornton) 71 74, Greg Smail (Craigielaw) 70 75.
146 William Kerr (Craigielaw) 77 69, Mark Anderson (Leven Th) 75 71, Greg Wishart (Lundin) 73 73, Paul Reilly (Kilmacolm) 72 74, Stewart Whiteford (Lundin) 72 74, Kyle Godsman (Moray) 71 75, George Burns (Williamwood) 71 75, Malcolm Pennycott (Whiting Bay, Arran) 71 75
147 John Douglas (Aberdour) 73 74
148 Andrew Campbell (Dumbarton) 76 72, Angus Carrick (Douglas Park) 74 74, Tom Spencer (Meldrum House) 74 74, Scott Grant (Downfield) 73 74, Conor Neil (Blairgowrie) 73 75
149 Fraser Moore (Glenbervie) 78 71, David Mitchell (Leven Th) 77 72, Kenny Gallacher (East Kilbride) 75 74

FTQ

150 Oliver Roberts (Hong Kong) 80 70, Tom Watson (S Africa) 77 73, John Duff (Newmachar) 69 81, Kyle McClung (Wigtownshire Co) 72 78.
151 Andrew Davidson (Charleton) 80 71, Alan Sutherland (Ladybank) 78 73, James Bunch (Prestwick) 74 77
152 Matthew Miller (Lundin) 76 76, Michael Smyth (Royal Troon) 76 76, David Wilson (Troon Welbeck) 82 71, Ben Murray (Potlethen) 78 75, Steven Meiklejohn (Lundin) 75 78, Greg Forrester (Lundin) 74 79, Ross Brydon (Bruntsfield Links) 73 80
154 Sandy Scott (Nairn) 74 80
155 Calum McAndrew (Germany) 82 73, Gordon Stevenson (Whitecraigs) 75 80
156 Ewan Davidson (Charleton) 77 79
158 Jordan Shaw (Boat of Garten) 78 80
160 Ross McEwan (Troon Welbeck) 81 79, Jake Hogg (St Andrews New) 81 79, Fraser Thain (West Linton) 79 81
170 Maurice de L’isle (Aruba) 82 88
No Returns: Ryan White (Leven GS) 73 NR, Alistair Hain (St Andrews) 74 NR, Mathew Clark (Kilmacolm) 76 NR, Calum MacDougall (Scoonie) 84 NR

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Graham J Gordon, The Editor and Owner, GolfblogspotUK

The GolfblogspotUK website is owned and run by former Walker Cup player and European Tour card holder, Graham J Gordon, from Scotland, the Home of Golf. The owner is a golf fanatic who had to retire early from competitive tour play due to a back injury that required surgery. Graham wishes to share his knowledge and own experiences of the game with the GolfblogspotUK community and to receive your feedback on all aspects of the sport. Graham has been playing the game for over 20 years and received a great deal of pleasure from the sport. He has met several friends and visited many different places around the world, thanks to playing the great game of golf. Time to put a little back into the game to help others.

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