Tim Wiedemeyer, a domination in Germany



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Tim Wiedemeyer, a domination in Germany

In Germany, at the St. Leon-Rot Golf Club, in Baden-Württemberg (a few kilometers from Heidelberg), the International Amateur Championship of Germany was played, a men's and women's youth tournament in which some of the best talents of the world took part.

European panorama, including 12 Italians.

International Amateur Championship of Germany, results

In the men's race there was the domination of the German Tim Wiedemeyer, who won with a total of 196 (67 64 65, -20) ahead of compatriot Carl Siemens and Swede Nils Svanberg, second with 207 (-9).

Excellent performance by Pietro Guido Fenoglio, fourth with a score of 209 (69 71 69, -7). Just off the Top Ten Marco Florioli, 11 / o with 212 (69 71 72, -4). In 23 / a square with 216 (par), instead, Filippo Ponzano (75 67 74) and Eugenio Bernardi (73 72 71).

Luca Memeo finished in 40 / a position with 218 (78 68 72, +2), while Michele Ferrero 80 / o with 229 (81 73 75, +13). In the Nations' Cup, Team Germany I won with a total of -11 ahead of Team Italy I (made up of Marco Florioli Pietro Guido Fenoglio and Filippo Ponzano), second with -9.

Italy II (Eugenio Bernardi, Luca Memeo and Michele Ferrero) finished 14 / o with +6. The blue expedition was supported by federal technicians Giovanni Gaudioso and Giorgio Grillo. In the pink race success for the French Nastasia Nadaud with 201 (69 67 65, -15) ahead of the Czech Denisa Vodickova, second with 206 (-10).

The best of the six blues, accompanied by federal coach Stefano Soffietti, was Francesca Pompa (fresh winner of the National Women's Championship / Giuseppe Silva Trophy), 13th with 215 869 72 74, -1). Giulia Bellini finished in 20th place with 218 (72 73 73, +2), Paris Appendino 47 / a with 222 (76 73 73, +6), Marta Spiazzi 60 / a with 224 873 75 76, +8) .

Lorena Rossettin ranked 91 / a with 230 (81 70 75, +14), Charlotte Cattaneo 94 / a with 231 (82 75 74, +15) and Matilde Partele 99 / a with 234 (74 82 78, +18) . In the Nations' Cup Sweden I won with -9, second place for Germany I with -4.

Team Italia I, made up of Marta Spiazzi, Paris Appendino and Lorena Rossettin, finished in 9 / o place with +4. Italia II (Giulia Bellini, Matilde Partele and Charlotte Cattaneo), on the other hand, 11 / a with +6.