Depois de duas classificações consecutivas entre as 10 primeiras, Francesca Fiorellini, de apenas 16 anos, saiu vencedora, hoje, do 92.º Campeonato Internacional Amador de Portugal Feminino, no Montado Hotel & Golf Resort, em Palmela, tornando-se a segunda italiana a erguer o troféu nos últimos três anos e a terceira nos últimos seis. Juntou o seu nome aos de Letizia Bagnoli (2017) e Alessia Nobilio (2020).
George Coetzee is excited to begin his Portugal Masters title defence as the South African returns to Dom Pedro Victoria in the Algarve. The 35-year-old won his fifth European Tour title at this event last year, but it was his first success on European soil, with his four previous victories all coming on his home continent.
The European Challenge Tour announced at the end of January the Road to Mallorca calendar for 2021, which will include 25 tournaments in 15 different countries, distributed throughout the world, including Portugal. The Portugal Open will take place from September 23 to 26, again at the magnificent Royal Óbidos Spa & Golf Resort, and will feature € 200,000 in prize money.
In their first appearances in the finals of the Portuguese Golf Federation Cup - BPI 2020, Pedro Lencart and Leonor Medeiros did not miss the opportunity to win in the debut, in a 34th edition that took place at the end of October at Montado Hotel & Golf Resort, in Palmela.
In an edition that broke the record for participants (73) on the stage of Aldeia dos Capuchos, Miguel Pinheiro, the young athlete of Paredes Golf Club, only 14 years old, won the National Pitch & Putt Championship.
Spaniard Santiago Vega de Seone and Finnish Minna Kaarnalahti were the winners of the III International Mid-Amateur Championship of Portugal, which took place in November at Troia Golf Club. The first edition of the National Mid-Amateur Circuit came to an end, rewarding the best in the Gold and Silver rankings of the Road to Troia.
In order to provide Portuguese professionals with stronger competitive opportunities, similar to what happened last season with the National Absolute Championship, the Portuguese Golf Federation will open participation on its national circuit to all registered professionals in 2021.Additionally, each of the 5 tournaments that make up the circuit will include separate flights for Amateur Men, Amateur Women and Professionals (mixed). For the professionals, in an innovative way, a purse amounting to € 7,500 will be in dispute at each tournament, with no gender distinction.
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