dAY 3 – sUNDAY
After which… the sky opened up above our heads and heavy rain poured into the ladies’s remaining!
Marianne Must had a really troublesome begin with three bogies on the primary 4 holes, whereas the extra skilled Katka Bodová rapidly lowered the hole to simply two strokes on this epic lefties battle! With these robust situations it was clear that nothing could be determined till gap 18.
Then two new company joined the battle for victory! Andreja Bernjak, and Birgit Vider managed good entrance nines and all 4 began the again 9 inside a two-stroke margin. The rain calmed down a bit and your complete event could be determined in a remaining gap flurry.
And, in that closing stretch, Marianne Should recovered her type, made a really clear second a part of the spherical and gained a extremely arduous fought battle! Andreja Bernjak, Katka Bodová and Birgit Vider accomplished the highest 4 positions.
The rain gave us a truce for the MPO remaining, nevertheless it was the wind that took its place. The MPO lead card began with very robust gusts that might influence particularly the open holes by the Drava river.
Paul McBeth had a 5-stroke margin and performed very stable, extending it as much as eight. In the meantime, the combat for second place intensified, when Scott Stokely chained 6 birdies in a row as he hunted down Jakub Semerád on gap 12. However on the 14th, the Czech went all in to get the second place with three strokes benefit.
Estonian Silver Lätt took benefit of the discrete remaining spherical of Australian Luke Bayne to succeed in 4th place.
The gallery was rising gap by gap and went loopy when Paul McBeth completed gap 18 to earn his first 2023 PDGA Euro Tour victory.
Will it’s the final one? See you subsequent week in Konopiste, Czech Republic, to search out out!