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BMW Russian Open
Moscow G & C.C.
NONE, Russia 19 Aug 1999 - 22 Aug 1999
Entrance is free.
Moscow G&CC, Nahabino, Krasnogorsky District, Moscow Region
40 km north west from centre of Moscow; 45 minutes travelling time from city centre.
Tel: +7 095 926 5910
Fax: +7 095 564 8896
From Moscow, take Volokolomskaya Shosse to first GAI post. Fork right and head through Krasnorgorsk. Continue 10 km along same road, through Novo-Nikolskaya to another GAI post and a right turn that is well signposted for Moscow Country Club. Follow this road for 2.6km to the security gate.
TOP CLASS FIELD TEES-OFF IN BMW RUSSIAN OPEN
The Challenge Tour makes its annual visit to Moscow this week for the Russian Open, which is being sponsored by German car giants BMW this year.
Hole in One Prizes
Carl Suneson, current leader of the Challenge Tour Rankings is picutured with BMW 523i which will be the Hole in One prize at 8th hole.
Hole in one prizes of $50,000 are also available on holes 4 and 16. $25,000 will go to the winner and $25,000 goes to development of golf in Russia.
MAGICAL HUTCHEON SHOOTS 63 TO LEAD IN MOSCOW
Scotland's Greig Hutcheon wielded his new putter like a magic wand to card a 10-birdie 63 and lead after the first round of the BMW Russian Open in Moscow.
PYMAN WINS IN MOSCOW TO END FIVE-YEAR WAIT
Iain Pyman (far right) completed his first professional victory in five years of trying when he won the BMW Russian Open at Moscow Country Club. But he had to overcome a rocky closing spell before lifting the top prize of 20,466 euros.
HUTCHEON GOES THREE CLEAR IN RAIN-HIT MOSCOW
Greig Hutcheon strengthened his grip on the BMW Russian Open with a second round 68 at the Moscow Country Club. It leaves the 26-year-old Scot on 13-under-par 131, three strokes clear of Yorkshire's Iain Pyman and four ahead of Jose Manuel Lara of Spain.
PYMAN LEADS BT TWO IN MOSCOW AS HUTCHEON IS BUSHED
Yorkshire's Iain Pyman carded a third round 68 to lead the BMW Russian Open by two strokes from Scotland's Greig Hutcheon after a dramatic turnaround over the closing four holes at Moscow Country Club.
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