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Jeff Winther resists the harassment of Angles and Campillo to win

by archysport

The Danish Jeff Winther has been proclaimed this Sunday winner of the Mallorca Open de Golf, scoring for the European Circuit, with a stroke of advantage (-15) over the Spanish Pep Angles and Jorge Campillo and the Swede Sander Soderberg on the final day of the tournament held at the Santa Ponsa I field.

Winther, who with a total of 265 impacts in the four laps contested won the first European title since he began his professional career in 2012, He resisted the intense harassment to which Andamientos, Campillo and Soderberg subjected him in the final round.

The regularity of the golf that the Dane displayed in the Majorcan tournament was decisive in his triumph; in fact he led the championship in three of the four days.

This Sunday he handed over a card with hardly any mistakes since the ‘bogey’ he committed at the end of the tour (a stroke over par for the hole) he tied it with the birdie he made on the 10th tee, 590 meters, the longest and most complicated on the course.

Angles, with 67 shots, 4 birdies and 1 bogey, fought until the end, like Campillo, 69 impacts, two birdies and 1 bogey, but it was not enough to force, at least, the tiebreaker with Winther.

Tied for fifth place were the Spanish Sebastián García and the South African Bryce Easton, both with -12.

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