British Problem is shut the to Grand Remaining

Two stops in England, then the Grand Remaining in Mallorca the place the twenty ‘playing cards’ for the DP World Tour 2023 shall be assigned to the highest twenty within the order of advantage. The dash to the Spanish Balearic Islands begins with the British Problem offered by Modest!

Golf Administration (6-9 October) on the St. Mellion Property monitor, in Cornwall, and can proceed with the English Trophy (Abingdon, 13-16 October) the place the beginning grid shall be outlined, composed of the 45 greatest categorised within the Street to Mallorca (cash listing), for the Rolex Problem Tour Grand Remaining (3-6 November).

British Problem, schedule

In Cornwall there shall be 4 Italians on the sphere: Enrico Di Nitto, Aron Zemmer, Jacopo Vecchi Fossa and Lorenzo Scalise, with solely the latter (thirty ninth within the rating) competing to achieve the ultimate occasion.

The 27-year-old from Vimercate, who has suffered 4 cuts within the final 4 outings, nonetheless has to money in a minimum of in these two occasions to keep away from surprises, even when he has a great margin on who’s behind him. 16 gamers shall be at the beginning among the many prime 20 categorised within the Street to Mallorca, confirming that there may even be an in depth battle to take care of the positions already acquired, in addition to amongst these near the forty fifth place.

Event favorites are the German Alexander Knappe, rating chief, the English Nathan Kimsey (No. 3) and the Swede Jens Dantorp (No. 5), however there are others able to successful such because the New Zealander Daniel Hillier (No.

7). ), who scored within the Swiss Problem, South African J.C. Ritchie (# 11), who runs for canopy making an attempt to regain floor (he was the chief of the cash listing a number of months in the past), even when he dangers nearly nothing, after getting slightly too distracted on the DP World Tour, the French Clément Sordet ( n.12) and the Spanish Alejandro Del Rey (n.17).

The Swede Mikael Lindberg (No. 2), the German Freddy Schott (No. 4), the Dane Oliver Hundeboll (No. 6) and the Norwegian Kristian Krogh Johannessen (No. 10), who virtually have the cardboard ‘already in your pocket. To comply with the Swedish Joel Sjoholm (forty ninth), winner of the earlier Hopps Open de Provence, who will attempt to enter among the many elected. The prize pool is 230,000 kilos (about 264,000 euros).

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