Qatar Masters, Sami Valimaki beats Campillo

At the Doha GC (par 72), Edoardo Molinari ranked 21st with 278 (68 69 72 69, -10) ahead of Guido Migliozzi, only 59th with 287 (71 68 72 76, -1)

by Andrea Gussoni
Qatar Masters, Sami Valimaki beats Campillo
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Sami Valimaki (67 67 67 69) in Doha surpasses Jorge Campillo (69 65 66 70) with a birdie on the first hole of the play-off and takes the Commercial Bank Qatar Masters of golf as his own. Second career title on the DP World Tour for the Finn who, like the Spaniard, closed the 72 regulation holes of the tournament with a total of 270 (-18) strokes and then beat him in the play-off.

Sami Valimaki, results

At the Doha GC (par 72), Edoardo Molinari ranked 21st with 278 (68 69 72 69, -10) ahead of Guido Migliozzi, only 59th with 287 (71 68 72 76, -1). Sami Valimaki, 25 years old from Nokia, is at his seventh victory as a professional for a list that includes, in addition to the two successes on the continental tour, also four titles on the Pro Golf Tour and one on the Finnish Golf Tour, all in 2019.

Campillo, 37 years old from Caceres , missed the fourth seal on the circuit in a season in which he won the Magical Kenya Open in March. The success earned Valimaki 603,208 euros against a prize pool of 3,750,000 dollars. Doha is the capital of Qatar.

Situated on the Persique golf course, with a 7km corniche, in April 2010, a population of 796,947 inhabitants3. Doha is the largest city in Qatar, British, with its own suburbs, more than 80% of the population of the countries.

It is quickly accessible and is the main tenant located in the town of Al Rayyan (455 623 inhabitants in April 2010)3, located 9 km from the interior of the land. There is also the economic center of the pays. Doha is also the government of Qatar, headed by Sheikh Tamim ben Hamad Al Thani.

Doha is the site of Education City, a space dedicated to research and education. The croissant influence of Qatar in the international policy allows the city of Doha to accumulate more international events. In political-diplomatic matters, it is in the city that launches the first ministerial meeting in the Doha cycle for the development of negotiations of the World Trade Organization.

She also focuses on climate change (COP 18) from 4 to 8 December 2012 as well as the 38th session of the UNESCO World Heritage Committee from 15 to 25 June 2014. The largest Qatari ambitions in the sport environment allow In Doha to organize the 2006 Asian Football Championships and host more matches of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.

Edoardo Molinari Guido Migliozzi