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Challenge de Sablé
,, France 27 May 1999 - 30 May 1999
Golf de Sable-Solesmes, Sables sur Sarthe, France
40 km south west of Le Mans
Tel: +33 2 4395 2878
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Parsons and lundberg share lead in france
Lucas Parsons from Australia and Sweden's Mikael Lundberg share the lead after the first round of the Challenge de Sable in France. Both carded five-under-par 67s to lie one stroke clear of the field.
1st Round Draw
1st Round Draw
Challenge Tour rolls into France
The Challenge Tour makes its second successive visit to the delightful course at Sable Solesmes in the heart of the rolling French countryside. All of this year's tournament winners are included in a strong field.
LATE BIRDIES EARN BRINK TWO-SHOT LEAD
Sweden's Kalle Brink birdied two of the last four holes to go two strokes clear with a round left of the Challenge de Sable in France.
It enabled the 23-year-old from Helsingborg to card a 67 for 204, 12 under par, two better than Carl Suneson of Spain, who shot a best-of-the-day 66, and Austria's Markus Brier, who had a 68.
Parsons takes firm grip
Australia's Lucas Parsons has taken a firm grip on the Challenge de Sable in France after a second successive 67 left him three strokes clear of the field.
Parsons wins with course record 63
Australian Lucas Parsons carded a course record 10-birdie 63 at Sable Solesmes in France, finishing on 270,18-under-par, to win the Challenge de Sable, his first victory in Europe.
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