15th September 2013 | Alps Tour Golf
Palmer golden hand
Jason wrote a chapter of Alps Tour history by signing his third win of the season with the biggest margin even, eleven shots. France’s Edouard Espana recorded second place to jump to third place tor the Alps Tour ranking.
The joke of the day was : Do you think we need a play off? Yes, for the second place!
Jason Palmer had a 8 shot advantage as he teed off the first hole this morning. He could have played easily waiting for his opponents to try to catch him. But the englishman made the show and speed up. Once again signed for the best score of the day 67. Catch me if you can, he could have said!
France’s Edouard Espana scored 70 for the fourth time in a row and these consistent cards offered him a second place by his own. He confirmed his position at the Alps Tour ranking, 3rd.
Compatriots Raphaël Marguery and Julien Foret are third ties. Marguery fired a great 69 to climb on the podium.