Halvorsen dominates, Italians middle ranking


Norwegian Andreas Halvorsen signed his first title on the Challenge Tour by leading the way in the Danish Golf Challenge, which he finished with 269 (66 66 66 71, -19) strokes on the Odense Eventyr Golf course (par 72) in the Danish city from which the club takes its name, in Denmark.

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In the final round with a 71 (-1. four birdies, three bogeys), the winner maintained the three-shot lead he had after three rounds over Icelandic Gudmundur Kristjansson, second with 272 (-16) on par with Finnish Oliver Lindell and with the Englishman John Parry, who remained constantly in his wake after both had been at the top at the end of the first 18 holes.

In fifth position with 273 (-15) the Dane Peter Launer Baek and in sixth with 274 (-14) the French Felix Mory and the Danes Jens Kristian Thysted and Rasmus Neergaard-Petersen, leaders of the order of merit and looking for their third success seasonal to immediately get on the DP World Tour.

Gregorio De Leo (72 69 69 73) and Stefano Mazzoli (72 70 70 71) finished between the medium and low rankings, 48th with 283 (-5), Aron Zemmer, 66th with 287 (71 71 72 73, – 1), and Pietro Bovari, 69th with 288 (75 67 75 71, par). Out at the cut Davide Buchi, 150th with 154 (79 75, +10), making his debut on the circuit

Andreas Halvorsen, 27 years old from Larvik and professional since 2016, spent the first years of his career on the PGA Tour Americas, then in 2023 he won two tournaments on the Ecco Tour. As an amateur he won the Junior Golf World with the Norwegian team Cup in Japan. For the title, obtained in his 18th appearance on the tour, he received a check for 43,200 euros out of a prize fund of 270,000 euros.

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