Garcia storms one shot clear in Andalucia

Spain’s Sebastian Garcia Rodriguez shot brilliant 65, -5 to go to -11 total in Alps de Andalucia. He’s heading to last day with one shot advantage over France’s Thomas Grava, -10 thanks to best score of the day 64 and Spanish amateur Angel Hidalgo. Garcia Rodriguez is very confortable playing on home soil. He won […]

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Borda shot flawless 63 on home soil

Spain’s David Borda shot flawless round 63, 7 under par in Alps de Andalucia on Santa Clara golf Granada course. His compatriot amateur Victor Pastor Rufian joined him after holing nine birdies versus two bogeys for same score. This is the last chance for Alps Tour players to enter the Grand Final. Alps de Andalucia […]

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Alps de Andalucia in Santa Clara Golf Granada

Much more than the victory at stake in Santa Clara Golf Granada With just two tournaments to finish the 2017 season, the calculators are smoking. A victory in the Alps de Andalucia could be a key in the aspirations of many players who are in Granada this week. There are several names that have to […]

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More about our Top 5 players

Ugo Coussaud (France) No. 1 Order Of Merit – 20,084.75 points                   Rookie, 25 years old next 10th october 1 victory (Open Clement Ader Paris), 4 Top 10 Stroke average: 69.38 Low Round Score: 63 13 events played: 5 eagles and 187 birdies Adria Arnaus (Spain) No. 2 Order […]

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Next event: Alps de Andalucia

Next week, from 12th to 14th October, we will play the Alps de Andalucia in Santa Clara Golf Granada. This edition will be the last event before the Grand Final scheduled the following week in Italy at Golf des Iles Borromées, near Lake Major. For sure, it will bring a lot of joy and sorrow… Alessandro […]

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Maiden win for Guido Migliozzi

Guido Migliozzi defeated two Frenchmen, Alex Daydou and Julien Foret in a play-off after thrilling day. The 20 year old player and his two opponents were -14 after 72 holes and had to play extra time. Migliozzi eventually lifted his maiden trophy in front of his public. This last round of Abbruzzo Open was a […]

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Molteni hold firm in Italy

Molteni kept the pace during moving day in Abruzzo Open. The 35 year old player shot 70 for -14 total. He said the he struggled to control the ball today. He started the round with back to back bogey but his closest opponent had a bad start as well. His fellow countryman, Niccolo Quintarelli is […]

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