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Formby Hall Challenge
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Suffolk, England 31 Aug 2000 - 03 Sep 2000
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EIGHT-BIRDIE LARA EDGES AHEAD IN ROLEX
Spain's Jose Manuel Lara carded a seven-under-par 65 to lead after the first round of the Rolex Trophy Pro-Am in sunny Geneva. He is a shot clear of Alberto Binaghi of Italy, and two ahead of Johan Rystrom from Sweden, Frenchman Renaud Guillard, and Stephen Dodd from Wales.
Challenge Tour Back at Formby Hall
England stages its second Challenge Tour event of the year this week when all the leading players will be in Lancashire for the Formby Hall Challenge.
1st round tee-times
HENGE AND KHAN OUT IN FRONT AT FORMBY
Sweden’s Fredrik Henge and Simon Khan from England look set to fight a head-to-head battle for the Formby Hall challenge title. They share the lead on eight-under-par 202, three strokes clear of the field with a round left and both are showing winning form.
Final round tee-times
TAYLOR AND EDFORS SHARE LEAD AT FORMBY HALL
England’s Brett Taylor, who has made only one cut in eight tournaments on this year’s Mastercard Tour, and John Edfors from Sweden, carded three-under-par 67s to share the lead after an horrendous opening day of the Formby Hall Challenge. They are a shot clear of three more Englishmen, Robert McGuirk, Simon Khan and Charlie Challen, and Welshman Liam Bond.
Round 1 Scores
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KHAN PUTTS HIS WAY TO THE TOP AT FORMBY HALL
English duo Simon Khan and Paul Sherman both credited improved putting for their leading positions at the halfway mark of the Formby Hall Challenge at Formby near Liverpool. Khan carded a 67 with 27 putts for 135, five under par, while Sherman had 25 putts in his 66 for 136.
Round 2 scores
Round 3 tee-times
PLAYOFF BIRDIE SEES HENGE TO VICTORY
Sweden’s Fredrik Henge won his second Challenge Tour title of the year and virtually guaranteed himself a European Tour card for next year when he won the Formby Hall Challenge in a dramatic playoff near Liverpool. Henge edged out England’s Simon Khan with a birdie-four at the first extra hole after both players had closed with 68s to finish tied on 10-under-par 270.
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