DP Qualifying School, 22 players to Stage 2

Five Italian golfers have progressed to Stage 2 of the DP World Tour Qualifying School after successfully navigating Stage 1 at the Bogogno Golf Resort (Conte Course, par 71) in Bogogno (NO)

by Andrea Gussoni
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DP Qualifying School, 22 players to Stage 2
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Five Italian golfers have progressed to Stage 2 of the DP World Tour Qualifying School after successfully navigating Stage 1 at the Bogogno Golf Resort (Conte Course, par 71) in Bogogno (NO). Due to adverse weather conditions, the tournament was reduced to 36 holes and won by Spanish golfer Joel Moscatel Nachshon with an impressive total of 131 (66 65, -11) strokes, followed by compatriot Mario Galiano Aguilar (133, -9).

Among the 22 players promoted were Filippo Bergamaschi (68 66) and amateur Julien Paltrinieri (68 66), who secured third place with 134 (-8), Manfredi Manica in ninth place with 136 (71 65, -6), Enrico Di Nitto (69 68), and amateur Pietro Bovari (71 66) in 13th place with 137 (-5).

Stefano Mazzoli just missed the cut in 27th place with 139 (-3), while Michele Ortolani finished 33rd with 140 (-2).

DP World Tour Qualifying School, results

Another tournament was held simultaneously at the Donnington Grove Golf Club (par 72) in Newbury, England, won by amateur Angel Ayora with a score of 273 (-15).

Luca Cianchetti finished in 70th place with a score of 221 (+5), and Adalberto Montini came in 76th with 222 (+6), missing out on progressing to the next round.

The Stage 1 competition will be completed with tournaments at the Royal Oak Golf Club in Rødding, Denmark (26-29 September) and the Golf de Moliets in Moliets, France (3-6 October), where no Italians will compete.

Stage 2 will take place from 2-5 November on four Spanish courses: Desert Springs Resort & Golf Club in Almeria, Isla Canela Links in Huelva, Golf Las Pinaillas in Albacete, and Fontanals Golf Club in Girona.

The final will be held in Tarragona, Spain, at Infinitum Golf (Lakes & Hills Courses) from 10-15 November, covering a distance of 108 holes. The Rules of Golf are a set of standard rules and procedures by which the sport of golf should be played.

They are jointly written and administered by the Royal & Ancient Golf Club of St. Andrews, the governing body of golf throughout the world, outside of the United States and Mexico, which are the jurisdiction of the United States Golf Association.

An expert commission made up of members of the R&A and USGA oversees and refines the rules every four years. The latest revision is effective January 1, 2016. Changes to the rules of golf generally fall into two main categories: those that improve understanding and those that in certain cases reduce penalties to ensure balance.

The rule book, entitled "Rules of Golf", is published on a regular basis and also includes rules governing amateur status. In Italy it is up to Federgolf to supervise the competitions by enforcing the rules issued by the R & A, checking that these rules are observed by the Clubs, Associations and their members and managing the resulting sporting justice, protecting their interests abroad.

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