Alps Tour, the second title for Kewalramani

New good performance by Flavio Michetti, the second in a row, who ranked third with 200 (64 67 69, -10) in the Alps de Andalucia, won with 198 (67 64 67, -12) by the American Brandon Kewalramani.

by Andrea Gussoni
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Alps Tour, the second title for Kewalramani
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New good performance by Flavio Michetti, the second in a row, who ranked third with 200 (64 67 69, -10) in the Alps de Andalucia, won with 198 (67 64 67, -12) by the American Brandon Kewalramani. On the Aguilon Golf course (par 70) in Almeria, Spain, Michetti, a 20-year-old from Ascoli Piceno, achieved his third top ten of the season after ninth place in the Tunisian Golf Open and second in the Open de la Mirabelle d'Or.

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Leader in the first round, he was joined in the second by Kewalramani who then prevailed with a partial of 67 (-3, five birdies, two bogeys), while the Italian with a score of 69 (four birdies, three bogeys) , gave up second position to the Irishman Robert Moran (199, -11), author of a 64 (-6), the best lap score of the day also obtained by the Frenchman Aymeric Laussot (7th with 203, -7).

In fourth position with 201 (-9) the Dutch Vince Van Veen and in fifth position with 202 (-8) the Australian Adam Brady and the Spanish amateur Albert Boneta. In mid-table Edoardo Giletta and Manfredi Manica, 19th with 208 (-2), Elia Dallanegra and Andrea Romano, 26th with 209 (-1), and the amateur Luca Memeo, 32nd with 210 (par).

Further back Mattia Comotti, 39th with 212 (+2), Leonardo Rigotti, 40th with 213 (+3), Ludovico Addabbo and Luca Cavalli (am), 44th with 214 (+4), and Andrea Martini, 49 ° with 218 (+8). Brandon Kewalramani, 25 years old, is at his second success of the season and has a particular feeling with Spain: in fact he achieved his first at the end of May in the Alps de Roquetas de Mar, also in the Almeria area.

Now, like the Frenchman Theo Boulet (a double for him too), he has the chance, with a third victory, to immediately climb onto the Challenge Tour. He landed on the Alps Tour through the Qualifying School (22nd) after having attempted the route of the DP World Tour, winning one of the stages of Stage 1 (Golfclub Schloss Ebreichsdorf) and however exiting in Stage 2.

For the title he received a check for 5,800 euros out of a prize pool of 40,000 euros and rose from sixth to second place in the money list behind the Frenchman Benjamin Kedochim. Edoardo Raffaele Lipparelli, from third to fourth, and Enrico Di Nitto, from fourth to sixth, lost positions due to his exit at the cut.

Also in the top ten are Mattia Comotti, ninth, and Flavio Michetti, from 20th to tenth. Next event the Alps de La Castillas (11-13 July) at Golf Lerma in Burgos, still in Spain. 26 Italians registered.

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