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David Antonelli from France will start into the final round from the pole position. picture: golfsupport.nl
David Antonelli from France will start into the final round from the pole position. picture: golfsupport.nl

Wroclaw Open 2017 David Antonelli captures the pole position

Frenchman David Antonelli secured himself the pole position in Wroclaw with a 63 on day 2. After 36 holes his score is at 12 under par, 2 shots better than yesterdays leader Finn Fleer from Germany. Fleer didn’t have a good start, as he played a birdie but four bogeys on the first twelve holes. But four birdies on the last six holes made him enter the clubhouse with a 69. With -10 he’s three shots ahead of Austrian Leonhard Astl, Swiss Matthias Eggenberger and David Heinzinger from Germany.
German amateur and two-time-tournament winner in 2017 Max Schmitt achieved a very rare moment in the todays round: He scored his first one-in-hole, but not as usual on a par 3 but on a par 4. On the fourth hole (279 meter) Schmitt played an albatros.

47 players have made the cut and start into the final round of the Wroclaw Open 2017 on Tuesday morning.

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Two eagles and six birdies at only one bogey make Finn Fleer capture the lead in Wroclaw.
Two eagles and six birdies at only one bogey make Finn Fleer capture the lead in Wroclaw.

Wroclaw Open 2017 Finn Fleer leads with -9

German Finn Fleer holds the lead after 18 holes of the Wroclaw Open in Poland. The 22-year-old scored two eagles and six birdies (at only one bogey) on the beautiful par-70-course of the Gradi Golf Club, signing a 61 on his scoorecard. Fleer took over the lead from Scotsman Chris Robb. Robb finished the round with six under par, making him share the second rank with Austrian Leonhard Astl. The second ronud will start on Monday morning at 8 am, Finn Fleer tees off at 9:10.

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Pro Golf Tour Qualifying School The chance to earn a slot

For the third consecutive year the Pro Golf Tour hosts its Qualifying School on the beautiful course of the Golf Club Paderborner Land.

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Victory number two for German amateur Max Schmitt from Andernach. Picture: Matthias Lettenbichler
Victory number two for German amateur Max Schmitt from Andernach. Picture: Matthias Lettenbichler

Starnberg Open 2017 Second victory for Max Schmitt

German amateur Max Schmidt secured himself his second victory on the Pro Golf Tour in 2017 at the Starnberg Open. With rounds of 67, 64 and 64, total 18 under par, the 19-year-old won at the Golfclub Starnberg with one stroke advance towards Swiss Marco Iten (66,67, 63). Itens fellow-countryman Benjamin Rusch finished as third with 15 under par (67, 65, 66).

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German amateur Max Schmitt now holds the first rank after a round of 64.
German amateur Max Schmitt now holds the first rank after a round of 64.

Starnberg Open 2017 Max Schmitt gets in the lead

German amateur Max Schmitt from Andernach secures himself the top of the leaderboard with a fantastic 64 on day two. While he shared the ninth rank after playing 4 under in round 1, the 19-year-old caught up six places in the ranking. „It was kind of an unspectecular round with many short putts, unfortunately not all of them successfull. But I scored two eight meter birdie-putts and also played birdie on two par 3s. My drives were very good and hit some great wedges on the greens. In total, I’m just satisfied“, the tour-rookie said. In case Schmitt can hold his lead in the final round, it’d be already his second win on the tour. In March Schmitt won the Open Royal Golf Anfa Mohammedia, also he finished the Gut Bissenmoor Classic last week as third. Yesterdays leader Jonas Kölbing missed another great result, now holding the 16th place after a 72 on day two. Livescoring >>>

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Already at the Skills Challenge Jonas Kölbing convinced with his game when he won the bunker shot. picture: mat
Already at the Skills Challenge Jonas Kölbing convinced with his game when he won the bunker shot. picture: mat

Starnberg Open 2017 Brillant start for German Jonas Kölbing

Starnberg/Germany – With a flawless round 65, 6 under par, German Jonas Kölbing took the lead after round 1 of the Starnberg Open 2017. The local hero from Tutzing, a village just a few kilometers from the tournament venue, made six birdies on the first day and has now a one shot lead over a group of seven players: Stanislas Gautier, Mathieu Decottignes Lafon and Pierre-Henri Philippe from France, Scot Philip McLean, Marco Iten from Switzerland, Dutchman Fernand Osther and German Stefan Still all shot 5 under par on the magnificent course of Golfclub Starnberg. "My round was very solid today, I hit 16 greens in regulation and did not have to note a single bogey. But I might have played one or two more birdies on the back nine. The course is in a fantastic condition, the greens are running perfectly. It is definetly one of the best courses this season", Koelbing said. The second round will start at 8:00 a.m. on Thursday. Results >>>

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