Nicolas Colsaerts has his third win ever on the European Tour and won the game. The belgian was one of the best in the Amundi Open de France (1.6 million euros), of which he is a real team with a single blow left him on the Table), Joachim B. Hansen. For Colsaerts, it was his first win in the seven-year period.
Colsaerts after the second round in the lead and gave it no more from the hands on the Golf National in Guyancourt, near Paris, france. The final standings are scored in total he has a 272-strokes, twelve under par. He pulled out a one-stroke advantage over the Dane, Joachim B. Hansen. South African George Coetzee was in third place in two steps.
the 36-year-old from Brussels, it was his third victory on the European Tour. Previously, he won the 2011 China Open and the World Match Play Championship is in Town.
“This tournament is very emotional,”
“This is a very special day for me,” he said from Brussels. “I’ve come here for years, and this tournament is very emotional. I am French-speaking, and the people standing behind me. The last lap was really special for me. I can take a straight, five strokes ahead of it, but the draw was not good, so I’m on the twelfth hole, two strokes to make it to Coetzee. After a birdie on thirteen, and in a ship which was an eagle on the fourteenth, I was in the lead. In the fifteenth, sixteenth hole, everything went wrong, but the competition has left it up to par.”
as For Colsaerts, this victory is very important. After his first European Tour win since 2012, and with a load of places, he now has his third win snapped to the European Tourcircuit. Right now he is definitely on his tour maps for the following season, has climbed from 114th to 53rd place. The 61-year after-Flory Van Donck, which is three times the Open de France, his last in 1958 and is there a Belgian in the top spot.
Thomas Detry was more than reasonable. If she succeeded, the 26-year-old still has a final lap by 68 strokes, three under par, with whom he had seven places of profit, and a shared eighth place finish. Thomas, Peter wrote down the last of 71 strokes to par, that he used to be six, centers, and, ultimately, to a shared 26th place came to an end.