Pole Adrian Meronck makes history. Antoine Rosner finished 13th

Adrian Mironck, 29, writes the history of modern golf. By winning the Irish Open with a final score of -20 (268), he became the first Pole to win the DP World Tour. He will also be the first golfer from his country to start a British Open in St Andrews (July 14-17). In the battle to snatch one of the three places in play for the 150th Open, Antoine Rosner, 71 (-1) finished the day 13th at -11 (277). Shame !

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Leader with a small point lead at the start of this fourth session, Adrian Myronk He shuddered for a long time before he could prove his victory at this Ireland Open 2022 On the last holes of equal 72 of Mount Juliet Real Estate.

The pole was soon harassed by many contenders for the title, like the inevitable Ryan Foxdefinitely untenable for weeks on end DP World Tour. The New Zealander, composed as Thursday of 64 (-8) without errors, found himself in the lead in the club at -17 (271).

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South Africa Thurston Lawrencealso in Cannes on Sunday in Ireland, had the opportunity to join the Kiwi, but his ghost in the very difficult level 4 of 18 forced him to finish third on his own with a total score of -16 (272).

Meronk, after the first round at 35 (-1) with two sparrows to bogey, really built his success on the last hurdles, slamming two back-to-back on holes 15 and 16 before achieving Eagle Sami at level 5 of 17 with three points ahead of the 18 tee He could then pretty much manage his progress.

By signing the last tie but above all a radiant card of 66 (-6), Meronk wins at -20 (268), three lengths ahead of Ryan Fox – who has his fifth best 3 here after winning the Ras Al Khaimah Classic In February, his second three spots in Ireland, Dutch Open and on Soudal is open And its third place BMW International Open – And four on Lawrence himself.

Adrian Meronk also takes the opportunity to enter the history of modern golf with enthusiasm. Thus, he became the first Polish golfer to win the European Tour, and he also established himself as the number one golfer in theBritish Open after leavingUS Open A month ago. Once again, for the first time!

Meronk, Fox and Lawrence have already qualified open In less than two weeks now (July 14-17 in St Andrews), the Scotsman has finally won the three tickets lifted this week. David LowAmerican John Catlin and Paraguay Fabrizio Zanottitied for fourth place at -15 (273).

On the other hand, the chances of seeing a French man accompany him Victor Perez The old stadium in St Andrews is getting smaller by the day. Antoine Rosnernine on Saturday night only three points from that famous “qualifier”, failed to confirm after his impressive 65 (-7) win the day before.

Three more places in play for The Open at the Scottish Open

Racingman has already alternated between good and less good this Sunday, going to -2 after ten holes and staying for a while in contact with those three points before cracking between 12 and 14 with three bogeys in a row. Despite the good reaction on 15 and 16 with two final planes, Rosner had to settle for 13th at -11 (277).

However, he will still have a chance to compete in this 150th tournament in history by participating in the Scottish Open Genesis next thursday time The Renaissance Club in North Berwick. Three points play again (for the non-exempt players who finished in the top ten). Not an easy task for the Frenchman who will have to compete with the best players on the planet.

Championship, jointly with PGA TourHe must have been, rightfully, a “vampire” by players from the American circuit. None of the current world’s top ten residents, who are already eligible for The Open, are missing!

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