Day 3 – Sunday
British Rachel Turton has lastly established herself – if there was any doubt about it – among the many high elite FPO European gamers after convincingly profitable the Konopiste Open presented by Discmania, second cease of the 2023 PDGA Euro Tour within the stunning Czech woods.
Beginning with a four-stroke benefit, gap 3 shortly introduced further emotion to the spherical as Rachel scored an surprising double bogey and noticed the distinction scale back by half, however she delivered a clear central a part of the course with 4 birdies – together with some highlights as her nice 150m drive on gap 9 – and introduced the gap to 5 to comfortably take the win.
Sofie Björlycke (Sweden) confirmed that have pays off to get well from a weak second spherical and saved a few birdies for the ultimate rush to tie for the second place.
Three Estonians accomplished the highest 5: Kaidi Allsalu suffered a nasty plus-1 first spherical that hindered her to have clear profitable possibilities, however she was in a position to maintain to tied second place with 5-under even after getting eight consecutive pars within the final holes.
Krist Unt saved her fourth place with a stable spherical, however this time it was Anneli Tõugjas-Männiste who was not in a position to attain her stage and fell from the lead within the opening spherical to a remaining fifth place.
Sunday afternoon got here with the expectation of nice events: native idol Jakub Semerád was cheered by tons of of people that gathered on the slopes of the Konopiste citadel to expertise the ultimate spherical of the chief card up shut.
The theoretically favourite Niklas Anttila began with two pictures forward, however yesterday’s unimaginable demonstration by Paul McBeth and an surprising OB from the Finn on gap 1 made a couple of suspect that the American was going to rule the ultimate with an iron hand.
Nothing may very well be farther from the reality! The six-time World Champion had not fairly discovered his recreation, and a modest 1-under on the finish of Entrance 9 left him with no aspirations for victory.
Jakub Semerád continued to attract crowds and delivered a superb card of 7-under that allowed him to succeed in third place, which was inside his goals as he advised us within the warm-up space.
The one who didn’t give anybody an opportunity to method him was Niklas Anttila who, after the scare on the primary gap, birdied 13 of the next 17, reaching victory in an awesome means.
His compatriot Daniel Davidsson advised us within the interview that he understood midway by the spherical that it was going to be unimaginable to catch Niklas, so he targeted on sustaining second place by preserving a detailed eye on his rivals and ending the event in a really common means.
And whereas the gang acquired excited in regards to the main card motion, quietly and quietly, a 15-year-old from Sweden, Hjalmar Fredriksson, turned in a 10-under card and moved as much as third place tied with Semerád — certainly it was second for some time — with a formidable and really mature recreation.