Tournament winner and local hero Niklas Adank. picture: Heigl
Frenchman Mathieu Fenasse still leads in Adendorf after round two. Picture: Stefan Heigl
Yesterday’s round was lead by Mathieu Fenasse from France. 18 holes later Fenasse is still on top of the leaderboard with a one-stroke-advantage. After the second day, Czech Stanislav Matus is the runner-up with 8 under par.Read more … Mathieu Fenasse retains the lead
For the second time in a row the Pro Golf Tour hosts its finale in Adendorf.
The big tour-finale has begun and Frenchman Mathieu Fenasse leads with 6 under par after the first round, one stroke ahead of German Patrick Kopp, who’s currently ranked as 2nd.Read more … Mathieu Fenasse in the lead
Benedict Staben celebrated his win together with his caddie (l.) and his ProAm partner.
With a two-stroke advantage German Benedict Staben secured himself his second trophy in 2016. At the Preis des Hardenberg GolfResort in Germany the 26-year-old had a thrilling duel with his fellow countryman Anton Kirstein in the last round. Finally, Staben was able to succeed with a total 7 under par (72,70,67), Kirstein finished second with -5. This victory makes Staben earn 5000 ranking points in the Pro Golf Tour Order of Merit and a chance to get into the Top 5 of the final Pro Golf Tour rankings, what would bring him full membership of the European Challenge Tour in 2017.Read more … Second win this season for Benedict Staben
German Max Griesbeck is leading in Northeim with 6 under par after round 2. picture: golfsupport.nl
German Max Griesbeck, who debuted on the Pro Golf Tour 2016 as a pro, leads with 6 strokes under par after 36 holes. Anton Kirstein needed only one more stroke, followed by fellow countryman Jan-Philip Neuendorf and Frenchman Kenny Subregis (each -4)Read more … German Rookie Max Griesbeck in the lead