Three golfers share the lead after the opening day of the 2013 Italian Open, so it's time to take a look at the schedule for Round 2 at Golf Club Torino.
Ricardo Gonzalez, Nicolas Colsaerts and Maximilian Kieffer are tied at seven under through the first round. Marcus Fraser sits alone in fourth at six under, and the rest of the field is packed close behind.
Gonzalez's round included an eagle and six birdies, which helped him overcome a bogey on hole No. 2.
Colsaerts lived up to expectations that saw him grab the headlines ahead of the event. Despite making bogey on his opening hole, No. 10, he soon caught fire with six consecutive birdies. In all, he posted seven birdies on a sizzling front nine.
Kieffer kept in touch with the leaders with eight birdies—four on each half—and just one bogey.
Ten players are within three strokes of the leaders, and 63 players currently sit under par.
With so many players under par, expect challenges from way down the leaderboard as the tournament progresses.
Colsaerts was the main attraction going into the event thanks to his Ryder Cup performances last year.
The 30-year-old has a pair of top-10 finishes in majors since the middle of 2012, but he hasn't been able to produce a consistent run of performances.
He will hope to fix that this week and secure his first tournament victory of the year.
*For full standings, visit the official website of the European Tour.
Below are the tee times for the second round.
*Note: Times are in listed in local time (Greenwich Mean Time).
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