Jon Rahm shot 66 on moving day at the Open de Espana but he’s still chasing a confident Irishman.
Paul Dunne’s 68 was good enough to keep him in the lead at 17-under. He’s a shot ahead of Rahm’s countryman — Nacho Elvira and two clear of Rahm and Swede Henric Sturehed.
“Everything feels good, the game feels great, I just didn’t pick shots. I hit a few shots without having a shot in mind so that’s something to work on for tomorrow. Hopefully I’ll have a good day. I’m confident about tomorrow.”
“There’s going to be a lot of emotion tomorrow. If it’s at least half of what I’m feeling today it’s going to be tough but I would like to keep trying to make people enjoy what they are watching – that’s what Spanish golf needs, it needs to show that it’s fun to come and watch a golf tournament.
“I’ll try to stick with my game plan, relax, try to have fun and see what happens. I’ll probably start crying if I win.”