Edoardo Molinari starts leading in Germany


Edoardo Molinari starts leading in Germany
Edoardo Molinari starts leading in Germany

Bad weather in Germany slows down the first round of the BMW International Open, but not Edoardo Molinari's progress. In the DP World Tour tournament, whose opening round was suspended prematurely due to the danger of lightning, with a partial in 66 (-6) shots, the result of eight birdies and two bogeys, the blue, vice-captain of the Europe team at Ryder Cup in Rome, leads the provisional standings together with the French Adrien Saddier and the Japanese Rikuya Hoshino.

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At the München Eichenried Golfclub (par 72), a good start also for the Romans Renato Paratore and Filippo Celli, both 20/s with 69 (-3) ahead of the Vicenza-born Guido Migliozzi, 48/o with 71 (-1).

Five birdies and two bogeys for Paratore, two eagles, three birdies, two bogeys and a double bogey for Celli, who alternated feats with mistakes. Four birdies, a double bogey and a bogey for Migliozzi. In an event, which is giving away 2,000,000 dollars, already won in 2019 by an Italian, Andrea Pavan, who is currently busy in France, on the Challenge Tour and in the Open de Bretagne.

Edoardo Molinari had a brilliant amateur career, winning several national championships. In 2005 he became the first Italian and the first European golfer to win the US Amateur championship. As a result of that victory he qualified to play at the US Masters, US Open and British Open in 2006.

[citation needed] His younger brother Francesco is also a professional golfer. He turned professional in 2006 after graduating from the Polytechnic of Turin in engineering. In 2007 he won the Masters Club Colombia and the Kenya Open.

He won his third professional title at the Piedmont Open in May 2009, held in Turin. He also won the Kazakhstan Open in September and the Italian Federation Cup in October. European Tour.[1] On November 29, 2009, Molinari, together with his younger brother Francesco brought to Italy the World Cup won at the Omega Mission Hills World Cup in China.

On 11 July 2010 he won the Scottish Open on the Loch Lomond course ahead of the Northern Irish Darren Clarke and the French Raphaël Jaquelin [2]. On August 29, 2010 he won the Johnny Walker Championship in front of Brett Rumford and his brother Francesco.

From 1 to 4 October 2010 he was part of the European Ryder Cup squad that won the 2010 Ryder Cup at Celtic Manor in Wales. On April 16, 2017, after 7 years without a win on the European Tour, he won the Hassan II Golf Trophy by beating Irishman Paul Dunne in the Play-off.

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