The English Ben Taylor finished the second day of the Panama Championship of Golf, which is played on the field of the Golf Club of Panama, at the top of the table, same day that was defined the best that will look, between Saturday and Sunday, the bag of $ 625,000 in prizes.
Taylor signed on Friday a card of 65 impacts (135) and -5 under par of the court and six birdies (holes 4,5,10,14,17 and 18) and a bogey (hole 5), to start on Saturday in the top of the leaderboard.
The Americans Steve Marino and Chris Baker and the Colombian Nicolás Echavarria, with a work of 136 strokes and -4 under par of the court, are second in the standings.
The New Zealander Tim Wilkinson, first leader of the competition, made the cut, thanks to a card of 138 blows (-2).
The 2012 champion, Edward Loar, will play the weekend, although with some difficulties, he advanced with a +2 (142 shots), while the two-time champion, Mathew Goggin, say farewell to the tournament with a +7 (147 hits).
For the Latinos, in the court stand out besides the Colombian Echevarria, the Argentinean Nelson Ledezma with 139 strokes these two rounds (-1), the Mexican Oscar Fraustro that finished par (140 strokes), the Puerto Rican Rafael Campos with 142 impacts (+2 ) and the Colombian Marcelo Rozo with 143 hits (+3).
The golfers who passed the cut, that is to say, the best 60 players of 144, will fight Saturday and Sunday for a bag of 625,000 dollars in prizes, where the first place must take home a check of 112,500 dollars.