Laurie Canter

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Canter hoping to maintain momentum as European Tour breaks…

Last week’s Italian Open runner-up Laurie Canter hopes his good form can continue as the European Tour visits Cyprus for the first time in its 48-year history for the inaugural Aphrodite Hills Cyprus Open. The Englishman held the 54-hole lead last week at Chervò Golf Club, but was pipped to the post on the final hole by Ross McGowan. Nevertheless, the 30-year-old is feeling positive after his second runner-up finish in the space of five weeks, adding to his Portugal Masters result. Canter

Canter maintains his Italian Open advantage

Round Two Report Laurie Canter followed up his incredible first round of 60 at the Italian Open with a four under par 68 to take a two shot lead going into the weekend at Chervò Golf Club. The Englishman picked up where he left off after Thursday’s 12 under par effort as he aims to secure his first European Tour victory, racing to three under through his first four holes. His pace slowed on the back nine after he dropped his first shot

Canter flies out of the traps in Italy

Laurie Canter got off to a spectacular start at the Italian Open, as the Englishman carded a 12 under par opening round 60 to take a four-shot lead at Chervò Golf Club. The 30-year-old carded ten birdies and an eagle and threatened the magic number of 59 in Brescia. An eagle three at the par-five 18th hole would have put him alongside his countryman Oliver Fisher - the only man to have carded a sub-60 round in European Tour history - albeit due to placing