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Aa St Omer Open
Aa St Omer GC
Lumbres, France 13 Jun 2002 - 16 Jun 2002
Prize Money Breakdown
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Five way tie at the top in St Omer
Five players, Welshman Sion Bebb, Birgir Hafthorsson from Iceland, Frenchman Jean-Francois Lucquin, Gareth Paddison from New Zealand, and England’s Mark Sanders, share the lead after a tough opening day of the Aa St Omer Open in northern France.
Largest Challenge Tour purse on offer at Aa St Omer Open
The largest purse on the 2002 European Challenge Tour schedule – more than double the previous figure - will be on offer this week when the Challenge Tour ventures into northern France for one of the major tournaments of the year, the seventh Aa St Omer Open.
Vanhootegem ends seven-year wait at St Omer
Nicolas Vanhootegem from Belgium had been suffering from the seven-year itch until he stormed to victory with a closing 65 in the Aa St Omer Open in northern France.
Florioli eases ahead with 66 at St Omer
Italy’s Massimo Florioli, whose last Challenge Tour victory was six years ago, leads the Aa St Omer Open in northern France after a second round 66. He is a stroke ahead of the field but only seven shots cover the 54 players who survived the halfway cut.
Rojas hits the front in St Omer
Gustavo Rojas from Argentina hit the front after a difficult third day of the Aa St Omer Open in France. The 34 year old from Buenos Aires returned 69 for 209 to open a one-stroke lead from New Zealand’s Gareth Paddison.
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