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DHL Wroclaw Open
Wroclaw, Poland 22 May 2008 - 25 May 2008
Haeggman taking the Fasth lane to Poland
Joakim Haeggman returns to Challenge Tour action this week aiming to follow in the footsteps of one of the men he inspired to golfing glory and secure a second successive Challenge Tour victory at the inaugural DHL Wroclaw Open.
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All eyes on Ruiz and Haeggman
All eyes will be on Sweden’s Joakim Haeggman and Paraguay’s Marco Ruiz after two of the biggest names in the field were paired together on day one of the inaugural DHL Wroclaw Open on the European Challenge Tour.
Besseling's birdie blitz shoots him to the top
Five consecutive birdies on the back nine shot Wil Besseling of the Netherlands to the top of the leaderboard on eight under par on day one of the inaugural DHL Wroclaw Open on the European Challenge Tour.
Eliasson sitting pretty in Poland
After reaching the turn in 29 Mattias Eliasson’s thoughts had turned to the magical mark of 59, but in the end the Swede had to settle for a round of 62 and the lead on 12 under par after day two of the DHL Wroclaw Open.
Clark to draw on big match experience
Avid Arsenal fan Gary Clark is hoping to make his big match experience count when he embarks on the final round of the DHL Wroclaw Open on the European Challenge Tour.
Clark ends barren run
It may be unlucky for some, but 13 proved the magic number for England’s Gary Clark after he finally ended his drought with victory at the inaugural DHL Wroclaw Open on the European Challenge Tour.
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