Lacroix is currently 13th on the Road to Mallorca Rankings and today’s opening effort, which included eagles at the fifth and the 18th, was the perfect start as he looks to secure his European Tour card for the 2022 season.
“It’s great, when you shoot low numbers like that, it’s great,” he said.
“I missed my driver to the right on the fifth and it bounced back up on the fairway. I had about 79 yards to the pin and I hit a really good wedge shot there and I was straight on line. I couldn’t see it because it was just behind the bunker, but I it was a good shot.
“I hit a good drive on the 18th which found the fairway and left me with a seven iron in. I hit it to six yards and it had a good roll on it.”
The 26-year-old admits that it makes a difference playing the same course as last week, however due to the weather delayed start he had to remain patient and take his chances when they arose.
“It’s like the two we played in the south of Spain earlier this year, you learn a lot in the first week and you can take it into the second.
“I started hitting some balls just in case the fog went away, but I just sat down in the players’ lounge and had a sandwich and I just had to wait. There’s nothing you can do really, you just need to have patience and off you go.
“I am pretty happy with my game, so I am looking forward to getting back out again. I think the conditions are going to be pretty similar, so we’ll see. It’s going to be a good fight.”
Danish duo Niklas Nørgaard Møller and Oliver Hundebøll, Norway’s Kristian Krogh Johannessen, Sweden’s Pelle Edberg, Robbie van West, of the Netherlands, and the United States’ Chase Hanna all join Bergamaschi in a tie for second place having all signed for five under par rounds of 66.
Five players share a tie for ninth on four under par including Road to Mallorca Number Two Ricardo Gouveia and four-time European Tour winner Matteo Manassero.