Hojgaard signs his third European triumph in Switzerland

The Dane won the Omega European Masters with a great -7 for -13, one stroke less than Wiesberger. Campillo, who came out third, dismounted with a +5.


The Danish Rasmus Hojgaard added his third title on the European Golf Tour after winning this Sunday with the triumph in the Omega European Masters held at the Swiss station of Crans-Montana, after signing a spectacular card of 63 strokes, 7 under par, in his last ride.

Hojgaard, who started the day four shots off the head of the event, was intractable in the last nine holes in which the Dane achieved three birdies and one eagle. A precise game that catapulted the Dane to first place in the standings with a total of 267 impacts, 13 under par, one less than the Austrian Bernd Wiesberger, who finished in second place with -12.

Much worse was the day for Spanish Jorge Campillo, who started the last round from third position just one stroke from first place. However, it was not the day of the Extremaduran golfer, who was relegated to thirty-second position, after signing a card of 75 strokes, 5 over par, after adding five "bogeys" and a double "bogey" in hole 16.

The Spanish Nacho Elvira was also more successful, finishing in 13th place with a total of 272 strokes, 8 under par, after completing this Sunday the 18 holes of the Crans-sur-Sierre course in 67 impacts, 3 under the pair. For his part, veteran Miguel Ángel Jimenez finished in 27th place with -5, while Carlos Pigem ranked 62nd with +3.

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