17th September 2011 | Alps Tour Golf

Four musketeers for a crown


A group of four payers tied for first place with -8 total in Dolomiti. No huge scores nor records but solid game enough to run for victory. First of all famous European Tour player, Italian Emanuele Canonica shot 3 under 70. England’s Jason Barnes was alone on top for a while with a total of -10 but struggled on 6th and 7th hole, and unfortunatly dropped 2 shots for s score of 69, -4. Then France’s Romain Bechu, one of the overnight co-leader managed to stay on top. Last but not least, fellow Rémi Dupuis is once again leading a tournament on the last day. He fired 68, 5 under to give him another chance to grave his name on Als Tour trophy.

Behind, they are very closed. At one stroke, Italian Benedetto Pastore and amateur Mattia Miloro and just another shot back, Spain’s Alfonso Castineira Marcos and last week winner, France’s Romain Schneider.

The cut is fixed at + 2, including 3 Italians amateurs, Mattia Miloro, Guido Dania and Luca Fenoglio, celebrating his first cut on the Alps Tour.

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