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Victor Riu dates 4e of the Cascade Golf Challenge

In the last part this Sunday with Freddy Schott and Martin Simonsen, Victor Riu did not achieve the expected day. On the Kaskáda Golf Resort course in Brno, the Frenchman did not have the same success as in the 3rd round.

If on Saturday, the player from Saint-Nom-La-Brèteche had offered himself a card of 65 (-6) free of any bogey, this fourth round saw the Habs scribbled his card with a double, four bogeys for only two birdies.

« I had a difficult finish with a double at 18 which cost me a lot of points. But overall I had a very positive week. Nevertheless, I remain satisfied with this top5. The game is progressing well and it gives me confidence for the next tournaments.»

Leader the day before, Victor Riu signs a final card of 75 (+4). With a total score of -12, the Frenchman finally finished 4th. A place he shares with Freddy Schott, also author of a 75 (+4) this Sunday.

Simonsen’s triumph

It is therefore ultimately Martin Simonsen who wins. Visibly less tense than his two companions in the last game, the Dane made no mistakes and recorded four birdies. With a final score of 67 (-4) and a total of -20, Simonsen wins.

« It was a difficult day, so I’m very happy to be over it, but I had a lot of fun. It’s a win that means a lot to me. In recent weeks I had a few chances and I was quite disappointed during the last tournament in the Czech Republic where I finished badly. But I think that experience helped me today. A victory that allows Simonsen to climb to 3rd place in the Road to Mallorca.

And the other Blues?

Behind Riu 4th, you have to go down to 13th place to find Clément Sordet. Robin Sciot-Siegrist finished 41st after a full day with a heavy 77 (+6). Damien Perrier brings up the rear of the French clan. The Breton is 68th in +6 total.

Next step for the Challenge Tour: the Open de Bretagne at the Pléneuf Val André golf course from June 23 to 26.

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