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Bouygues Telecom Grand Final
Golf du Médoc, Bordeaux
Bordeaux, France 21 Oct 2004 - 24 Oct 2004
Drysdale Produces Astonishing Comeback to Win the Grand Final
Scotland's David Drysdale produced the shot of his life to complete an absolutely astonishing comeback and win a sudden-death play-off with Sweden's Mattias Eliasson at the Bouygues Telecom Grand Final and take the €34,250 he needed to win his place on The 2005 European Tour via the European Challenge Tour Rankings. FULL REPORT TO FOLLOW
Drysdale Produces Astonishing Comeback to Win Grand Final
Scotland's David Drysdale produced the shot of his life to complete an absolutely astonishing comeback and win a sudden-death play-off with Sweden's Mattias Eliasson at the Bouygues Telecom Grand Final - taking the €34,250 first prize he required to win his place on The 2005 European Tour via the Challenge Tour Rankings.
Day of Destiny Awaits Drysdale and Walker in Bordeaux
Scotland’s David Drysdale and England’s Sam Walker are set to go head to head for a place on The 2005 European Tour International Schedule in the final round of the European Challenge Tour’s Bouygues Telecom Grand Final.
Drysdale and Eliasson Go Low to Lead the Grand Final
Scotland’s David Drysdale and Mattias Eliasson of Sweden, fuelled by the pressure of the Bouygues Telecom Grand Final, posted outstanding rounds of six under par 65 to share the halfway lead at the European Challenge Tour’s final event of the 2004 season.
Challenge Tour Grand Final Off to a Flying Start
England’s Neil Cheetham stormed to the top of the leaderboard at the European Challenge Tour’s Bouygues Telecom Grand Final, carding an opening round of six under par 65 to take a one shot lead from his fellow countryman Mathew Morris in what was an excellent first round at the Golf du Médoc in Bordeaux.
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Challenge Tour Season Set for Thrilling Finale
The 2004 European Challenge Tour season is set for a thrilling finale at this weekend's Bouygues Telecom Grand Final at the Golf du Médoc, Bordeaux, France, where the top 45 players will do battle for the top 15 spots on the Challenge Tour Rankings and the chance to join World Numbers One and Two, Vijay Singh of Fiji and South Africa's Ernie Els, on The 2005 European Tour International Schedule.
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