Kiet Van der Weele dominated in Lombardy

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Kiet Van der Weele dominated in Lombardy
Kiet Van der Weele dominated in Lombardy

In Lombardy, Kiet Van der Weele dominated and won the Giorgio Bordoni Memorial, the first race of the Italian Pro Tour 2023 also included in the Alps Tour calendar, the third men's European circuit. In Appiano Gentile (Como), on the course of La Pinetina GC (par 70), the Dutchman with a total of 191 (63 63 65, -19) shots celebrated his second title, in five games played, on the Alps Tour Professional for a few months, he left the Spanish Asier Aguirre Izcue and the blue Niccolò Agugiaro within nine strokes, both 2/i with 200 (-10).

Giorgio Bordoni Memorial, results

Wire-to-wire success for Van der Weele. Leading from the first to the last round, in 54 holes played he scored twenty birdies, with only one bogey (in the second round). New leader of the Alps Tour order of merit, in the ninth edition of the competition he put an end to a domination by Italy and Spain which, with five and three wins respectively, had always fought for the tournament so far.

The exploit also earned him 5,800 euros, compared to a total prize pool of 40,000. Five blues in the Top 10. In addition to Agugiaro, runner up, Di Nitto finished the competition in 4th place with 202 (-8). While Elia Dallanegra (best amateur of the competition), 7/o with 203 (-7), preceded Mattia Comotti (amateur) and Filippo Bergamaschi, 9/i with 204 (-6).

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