Romain Bechu (l.) and Mathieu Decottignies Lafon are sharing the lead with -4. pictures: golfsupport.nl
Martin Keskari, one out of several multiple-times-winners on the Pro Golf Tour.
Max Schmitt proved brilliant skills when secured himself the trophy with a five shot lead.
Great jubilation for Max Schmitt from Andernach/Germany: the 18-year old amateur won the title of the Open Royal Golf Anfa Mohammedia with a total 14 under par and rounds of 67, 64 and 68 strokes; the National Team Germany player is thus celebrating his first tournament success on the Pro Golf Tour. After three rounds on the superbly prepared par 71 course at the Mohammedia Royal Golf Club in Morocco, Schmitt was five strokes behind the Frenchman Olivier Rozner and the Portuguese Pedro Figueiredo, who both finished the tournament in second place with 9 under par.Weiterlesen … German amateur Schmitt triumphs in Morocco
German amateur Max Schmitt leads after 27 holes in Mohammedia. Picture: golfsupport.nl
Due to fog on Wednesday morning the first round of the Open Royal Golf Anfa Mohammedia had to be interrupted. As it continued a few hours later, it soon became to dark to finish the round. So today some of the players had to finish their first 18 rounds first, and start into their second ones afterwards. Caused by the break on day one, some players were again forced to stop after nine holes today. German amateur Max Schmitt used this short day to give his best, now leading with -9, one stroke ahead of local hero Younes El Hassani.Weiterlesen … One and a half rounds: Max Schmitt in the lead
Local hero Younes El Hassani is the leader in the clubhouse after day 1. picture: golfsupport.nl
Severe ground fog was widely interfering the first round of the Open Royal Golf Anfa Mohammedia in Morocco on Wednesday. Finally only the morning group was able to finish 18 holes before play had to be suspended for the day at 5:25 p.m. In the lead with 5 under par: local hero Younes El Hassani. Re-start is scheduled for 7:30 a.m. on Thursday.Weiterlesen … Fog: R1 in Morocco had to be suspended
Swiss Marco Iten wins at the Open Madaef in El Jadida the first trophy of his career. picture: Pro Golf Tour
On the first extra-hole of the playoff Marco Iten from Suisse secured himself the first trophy of his career as a professional. On the very challenging course of the Pullman El Jadida Royal Golf & Spa in El Jadida/Morocco the 26-year-old prevailed against German Maximilian Laier in the playoff. After 54 holes both players were ranked even as they had played 4 strokes over par.Weiterlesen … Swiss Marco Iten prevails in the playoff