Return this Monday on the week of golf, a European week, which took us (particularity of this European Tour), on the second stage of the South African triptych. Among women, the Spanish Open saw the elite of European golf oppose each other. Between elephants, cheetahs and the Spanish heat, the summary of a great week of golf.
Bezuidenhout wins at home
Head for Kruger Park and the Leopoard Creek course for what was one of, if not the most beautiful stop on the world circuit. In the heart of the savannah, a few meters from elephants, crocodiles and tigers, the players of the world circuit put on a very beautiful show.
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At the finish of the first two days, it’s a trio that stands out, with first the Polish Meronk, creator of two distinctive first days, with playing cards of respectively 65 and 66. Just behind, we discover a J. Hansen, already victorious final week, who makes up for a good first day at 70 with a Day 2 concluded with a report card of 64.
The shock comes from the French, Robin Roussel, co-leader after Day 1 and who concludes two superb first days at -9.
Among the different contenders for the closing victory, we discover the Englishman Richard Bland nonetheless as common, the South African Schaper, or his compatriot Christian Bezuidenhout creator of two strong days at 69 and 68.
The reduce falls on Friday evening and punishes many gamers, with some surprises! First of all a participant who had carried out very nicely final week in Johannesburg. Jack Blaauw and a really unhealthy second day goes by the wayside. Among the different gamers in sight final week, Zach Lombard was far too irregular to go the reduce, together with a card of 76 on Friday.
Among the French who didn’t go the reduce, the massive disappointment comes from Adrien Saddier, creator of two very sophisticated days with playing cards of 77 and an total +10 far too inadequate. Two different French folks hoped to go the reduce, first with Stalter who tried to make up for a sophisticated first day, with a convincing Day 2 at 69.
Once the weekend arrives, the playing cards appear virtually completely reshuffled, with extra sophisticated flag positions, and playing cards growing. The French Matthieu Pavon paid the value and completed with a +7 and a really sophisticated Saturday day with a card of 79.
Among the favorites to win, the Moving Day brought about so much of injury. Richard Bland, Nienaber, Hansen, Roussel or Larrazabal don’t handle to return a card beneath par. Among them, just one nonetheless retains his possibilities, it’s the Englishman Bland, positioned on the eve of Day 4.
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At the identical time, some gamers are doing nicely and amongst them the native Bezuidenhout, again on the European circuit after having performed in the Augusta Masters. The South African is changed earlier than Day 4, in the firm of the English Bland, the American Crocker and the English Armitage with the greatest card of Day 3: 67.
Day 4 will see a reasonably good begin to the course for all the gamers in the lead, till holes 7 and eight on which Bezuidenhout goes on to double bogey and bogey. The recreation is totally restarted, however Crocker, creator of a triple bogey at 18, Meronk in issue with a +2 on the return, and Schaper with a complete +4, and a triple bogey at 10, can’t compete with a Bezuidenhout. imperial and three birdies on the return.
Final victory with out an excessive amount of suspense after the cracking of Crocker, and the South African wins at residence, to enter the World Top 50 and safe his place for the Final in Dubai in two weeks.
Note the downfall of Robin Roussel, due to the final two days a lot much less spectacular than his begin of the week. Conversely, the shock of the week is the efficiency of Alexander Levy, very snug on the course this weekend with two excellent playing cards of 68 and 69 which may have led him to victory if he had. was in a position to keep away from his triple bogey at 11 on Day 1. Frustrating for the French, however so promising for the finish of the season with a sixth place that can pay him massive in the race in Dubai.
Danish Pedersen wins patronage in Spain
In a area composed virtually completely of European gamers, with in specific the Danish Pedersen who began as favourite if we have a look at her world rating, the recreation was very heterogeneous. A trio comes out on the eve of Day 4, composed of the Danish, and two Spanish, Iturrios and Pelaez. But the most constant participant, Pedersen, will logically win with a return to -5 and three birdies on the final three holes to afford an impressive title on Spanish soil.
For the French, the final match of the season smiled on Manon Gidali who supplied an excellent sixth place with 4 very common days. For the relaxation of the French entries, Céline Herbin completed thirtieth with two common days on Friday and Saturday. Astrid Vayson de Pradenne had began nicely earlier than a extra sophisticated day on Saturday and supplied an attractive Top 50.
See you on Wednesday for the resumption of world golf with an attractive stage close to Dubai for the European Tour, then Thursday on the American continent with two tournaments. A PGA match in Mexico, with in specific the native Ancer, the Canadian Conners, or the Americans Finau, Koepka, Todd or Thomas amongst the entries.
The North American girls’s tour will resume Thursday with the Volunteers of America Classic, and with amongst the entries the French Boutier, who is way anticipated this week.
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