Herbert wins in Ireland with Otaegui in 12th place

The Australian got his second title on the European Tour with -19. The San Sebastian finished as the best Spanish of the appointment with his -12.


Australian Lucas Herbert, leader from day one, won the Irish Open on Sunday and sealed his second professional title, both on the European golf circuit. Herbert, 25, whose first European Tour victory came in January last year at the Omega Dubai Desert Classic, confirmed his dominance at Thomastown's Mount Juliet Estate with 269 total hits (19 under par) and four rounds. of 64 (-8), 67 (-5), 70 (-2) and 68 (-4) .

The last day he withstood the attempts of his pursuers with a round of 68 with five birdies and a single fault in the form of a bogey on the 5th hole. second and third solo.

Italian Francesco Laporta opted for victory with a round in which he signed six birdies in a row, from 5 to 10. Then he was stopped with seven pairs and a double bogey at 18 and finished tied for fourth place with the English Richard Bland and Dale Whitnell and Scots Grant Forrest and Richie Ramsay.

Among the stars present in Thomastown, the Englishman Tommy Fleetwood finished with -10, Shane Lowry, who in two weeks defends the title won in 2019 at the British Open, did it with -9 and the Northern Irishman Rory Mclroy with -2. Donostiarra Adrián Otaegui, who finished with -12 in total, was the best of the Spanish. The other two survivors, Barcelona's Pablo Larrazábal and Adri Arnaus, finished with -7 and -3, respectively.

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