27th October 2014 | Alps Tour Golf

Nino Bertasio, 2014 Alps Tour king

Italy's Nino Bertasio, 26 year old, won the 2014 Alps Tour ranking with 32 994, 20 € and a huge margin of more than 7300 € over his closest opponent, Borja Etchart.

Italy’s Nino Bertasio, 26 year old, won the 2014 Alps Tour ranking (c) Agathe Séron

The 2014 Alps Tour is now completed and the five graduates have been deemed. Italy’s Nino Bertasio, 26 year old, won the ranking with 31 994,20 € and an easy margin of more than 7300 points over the second player, Spain’s Borja Etchart, 26 year old as well.

Bertasio won twice this season, back-to-back titles in Open de Saint François in Guadeloupe and Asiago Open. He recorded two runner-up places and two podiums as well.

Etchart won the Alps de Andalucia on his home soil and finished once second and once third. At third place of the ranking, Autria’s Tobias Nemecz. His elder brother Lukas, 25 year old, was graduated last year and Tobias, 3 years younger, walked in his relative’s steps. Tobias Nemecz won twice this season, the Servizitalia Open and the Open International du Haut-Poitou. He finished the season with solid 4th place at Masters 13 and as runner-up in Abruzzo Open, the last tournament of the international schedule. Thanks to these results, he climbed from 4th to 3rd place at the ranking.

Coming at fourth place, Spaniard Borja Virto, 23 year old, who won two Alps Tour titles in 2014 : Open de Las Castillas in Spain and Open La Pinetina in Italy. Finally, the last spot went to France’s Thomas Elissalde, 22 year old, who won the Gösser Open and recorded to places on the podium.


5th September 2014 | Alps Tour Golf

Borja Virto the winner – Memorial Giorgio Bordoni

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Memorial Giorgio Bordoni – Borja Virto Intervista Day3

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