Denmark’s Thorbjorn Olesen captured his maiden European Challenge Tour title after a one under par 70 in the final round of The Princess left him two shots clear of Austrian Bernd Wiesberger and Swede Peter Gustafsson.
Denmark’s Thorbjorn OIesen has a three shot lead heading into the final round of The Princess after carding a stunning six under par 65 on day three at Båstad Golf Club.
Twenty year old Alexander Bjork fired a nine under par 62 to take a three shot lead at the halfway stage of The Princess - his maiden Challenge Tour event – on a day of stunning scoring in Sweden.
Nicolas Meitinger fired a staggering 11 under par 60 in the second round of The Princess to break the course record and move to within one shot of the lead on a day of low scoring.
Northern Irishman Jonathan Caldwell established a one shot lead in the first round of The Princess after carding a flawless seven under par 64 at Båstad Golf Club in southern Sweden.
Northern Irishman Jonathan Caldwell carded a fantastic seven under par 64 to take a two shot lead in The Princess early on day one.
The Challenge Tour’s The Princess began with a bang with an exhibition match featuring tournament host Henrik Stenson and his fellow European Tour star Søren Kjeldsen.
Sweden’s crop of emerging talent will be hoping to follow in the footsteps of one of their nation’s golfing heroes when they tee it up in the second edition of The Princess this week.
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