Brandon Kewalramani winner of the 2024 Alps de Andalucía. Photo Credit: Alps Tour Golf
5th July 2024 | Alps Tour Golf

Brandon Kewalramani is back in the winner’s circle at the 2024 Alps de Andalucía.

Pilar de Jaravia, July 5th, 2024- Brandon Kewalramani from the United States is back in the winner’s circle as he won his 2nd Alps Tour title of the season at this week’s 2024 Alps de Andalucía with a three-day score of 12 under par. Only 1 stroke back at 11 under-par, Ireland’s Robert Moran. In 3rd place at 10 under par is Italy’s Flavio Michetti. Netherland’s Vince Van Veen concludes the tournament in 4th place with a three-day score of 9 under par, and Spanish amateur Albert Boneta and Australia’s Adam Brady end up in 5th place with a score of 8 under par.

This year we celebrated the 12th edition of the tournament. The Final Round of the 2024 Alps de Andalucía began at 8:00 a.m. local time from the 1st and 10th hole. The final pairing teed off at 9:28 a.m. local time from the 1st hole. The players competing at the beautiful Aguilón Golf, located in Pilar de Jaravia, Pulpi, Almería, were able to play with optimal scoring conditions.

Final Round Player Quotes

Brandon Kewalramani, 25, from the United States of America, wins his 2nd Alps Tour title of the season at the 2024 Alps de Andalucía. He moved into the lead after yesterday’s round 2, and today, he shot a 3 under-par, 67 to conclude the tournament with a three-day total of 12 under-par. In his final round, he made 3 birdies on the front nine and then 2 more birdies and 2 bogeys on the back nine. This is his 1st year competing on the Alps Tour, and he won back in May the 2024 Alps de Roquetas de Mar, which was disputed only about 145 km from this week’s venue. After capturing his second win, Kewalramani joked: “I guess I can say I performed well both weeks because of the beautiful weather, but no, honestly, I noticed a lot of similarities in the greens both this week and at the other venue. The greens very were grainy, but I found them to be rolling very true. I knew if I was confident and trusted my lines, I could make them. It was just a week where I felt very confident overall. All aspects of my game were very solid and with this win, it’s a great way to end the week.” He’s excited to keep competing in next week’s event: “I will definitely be in the field next week, and I’m excited to compete again here in Spain.” With today’s win, Kewalramani earned 2 titles this season, and if he were to win another event during the 2024 season, he would gain immediate playing status into the Challenge Tour“To be honest, I always knew that if you earned 3 wins in the same season on the same tour, you would be promoted to the next tour. I never really thought about it, but now that I earned 2 wins, I’m sure it’ll be crossing my mind, but I will try not to have that affect my game. I’m a player who really tries to stay in my own world out there, my own little bubble, and today, for example, I didn’t know exactly where I stood on the 18th tee. I knew I was close but didn’t know if I had a few strokes lead, if I was tied for the lead, or if I was behind. I will try to keep playing my own game, stay in my own world, and add it up at the end.” Kewalramani was able to share this win with: “My girlfriend was where with me this week and I’m very happy to share this win with her. In my previous win, my mom was there, so I was able to share it with her. However, I want to however dedicate this win to my dad. He’s my best friend and is always there, sharing advice and knowledge with me through the good and bad times. Unfortunately, he’s not able to travel with me to events due to work, but I must say that I thought about him during today’s round, and I knew he was following me online.” He added that he learned a valuable lesson to take away from this week, “If I trust myself and let myself play, my best golf will come out.”

Robert Moran, 24, from Ireland shot a final round of 6 under-par, 64 to conclude the tournament in 2nd place only 1 stroke from the winning score with a three-day total of 11 under-par. He made 5 birdies and 1 bogey on the opening front nine and then made 3 more bridies and 1 bogey to close out his round.

After the 2024 Alps de Andalucía, the Alps Tour Order of Merit sees France’s Benjamin Kedochim remaining in the lead with 20,196.75 points. This week’s winner, Brandon Kewalramani from the United States, moves into 2nd place with 17,426.81 points. Another two-time winner this season, Théo Boulet from France, is now in 3rd place with 15,531.75 points.

Final Round 

Brandon Kewalramani, winner of the 2024 Alps de Andalucía, earned the winner’s check of €5,800.00 and 6,525 Order of Merit points.

The Alps Tour remains in Spain for the next scheduled event. The 2024 Alps de Las Castillas will take place from July 11th until 13th at Golf Lerma, Burgos, Spain.

Tournament Promoter

The 2024 Alps de Andalucía is promoted and organized by JGolf.

The 2024 Alps de Andalucía can count on the support of: the Royal Spanish Golf Federation, the Royal Andalusian Golf Federation, the Consejo Superior de DeportesLoterías y Apuestas del Estado, KyoceraMahou San Miguel and Solan de Cabras. ­­

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