Challenge tour Enoch wins in South Africa, Lévy in the top 20

Welshman Rhys Enoch (-24) won his second title on the Challenge Tour on Sunday by winning the SDC Open in South Africa. Alexander Levy took 16th place (-16).

If the Welsh Lotto has 66 boxes, Rhys Enoch will know which one to tick. He in fact signed four cards of 66 to win the SDC Open trophy, his second on this circuit, after three years of scarcity: “I feel a strange relief, I don’t know why. It’s been three years since I won but six months after winning, you already start to wonder: when will I win again? Winning here is a wonderful bonus. Obtaining my full status on the Sunshine Tour really changes things for the future. »

The Welshman beat three locals: Deon Germishuys and Martin Rohwer (-22) as well as Dylan Naidoo (-20). Alexander Levy (16th, -16) was the best Tricolor even if, leader at the start of the tournament, he had a less prosperous weekend than hoped (69, 71). Robin Roussel and Robin Sciot-Siegrist (30th, -12) completed the French train, the last car being occupied by Martin Couvra (58th, -6).

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