Rozner strong despite Radureau’s hunt

Antoine Rozner keeps a narrow lead after third round of Open de la Mirabelle d’or. The 23 year old player from Paris scored 69, -2 to lead by one at -14 over Maxime Radureau. The latter was the real threat of the day, he was -8 after 15 holes, -16 total but he struggled to […]

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Rozner increased half way lead in France

Antoine Rozner increased his advantage heading to the week end in Metz, France. He signed back to back 65 to lead with -12, three shot clear of fellow countryman Léonard Bem and one shot further of Maxime Radureau.. Still very hot temperatures on course of La Grange aux Ormes this Friday, more than 35°C and […]

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Rozner took the lead on home soil

France’s Antoine Rozner fired solid 65, -6 during Open de la Mirabelle d’or first round. The Parisian had 5 birdies, one eagle and dropped one shot on the last hole to lead by 2 shots over a group of 3 compatriots, Maxime Radureau, Léonard Bem and Julien Brun. « I am really happy with my day, […]

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Crespi back in the winner circle

Marco Crespi, 38, won La Pinetina Open 2017 after defeated Lars Van Miejel and James Sharp in a play-off. Crespi, multiple winner on Alps Tour, 5 titles from 2008 to 2011 et once winner on European Tour will build on this victory to have pleasure to play again. «  I have been playing really well […]

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Sharp still in pole position in Italy

England’s James Sharp signed for 65, 5 under par, to lead by two shots over Netherlands’ Lars Van Meijel and Italy’ Marco Crespi. Van Meijel set an early leading score when he fired 61 this morning enjoying a fresher air. He holed a few nice putts of 3 or 4 meters and made no mistakes. […]

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James Played Sharp in Italy

England’s James Sharp showed his talent today on La Pinetina golf course. He fired 62, 8 under par, his best score ever in a competition. He has a two shot lead over a group of 5 players including European Tour winner Italy’s Marco Crespi. Sharp confessed at the beginning of the tournament that money will […]

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Arnaus to grab maiden win, finally!

Spanish amateur Adria Arnaus finally sealed his maiden as pro defeating France’s Grégoire Schoeb after extra hole in a play-off. He signed for 67, a 3 under par card during last round for -13 total. It took just 3 tournaments to talented Spanish amateur to grab his first victory as pro on the Alps Tour. […]

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