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German professional Nicolai von Dellingshausen equaled the course record with 7 under par. picture: golfsupport.nl
German professional Nicolai von Dellingshausen equaled the course record with 7 under par. picture: golfsupport.nl

Adamstal Open 2017

63 strokes for Nicolai von Dellingshausen

German Nicolai von Dellingshausen is on top of the leaderboard after day one of the Adamstal Open 2017 powered by EURAM Bank AG. With seven strokes under par von Dellingshausen is two shots ahead of his fellow countrymen Max Griesbeck und Hinrich Arkenau.

von Christian Langer - 29. Mai 2017 20:00

Ramsau/Austria – Back in 2015 Frenchmen Oliv Rozner set the course record on the par 70 Championship Course of the Golf Club Adamstal with 63 strokes, shortly after he won the event. Today, Nicolai von Dellingshausen also achieved that score with the ambition to also claim the trophy. Only one bogey on hole 4, a 372 meter par 4, had to be noted by the 24-year-old, but also eight birdies.

Two other German professionals managed to play very well in Ramsau: Hinrich Arkenau from Lohne and Max Griesbeck from Bocholt each signed a 65 on their scorecards, now sharing the second rank with -5. Englishman Ben Parker, who currently leads the Pro Golf Tour Order of Merit, finished with +2 as 26th.

The second day of the Adamstal Open 2017 powered by EURAM Bank AG will start on Tuesday at 7:00 am.

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