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Credit Suisse Challenge
Lucerne, Switzerland 14 Jul 2011 - 17 Jul 2011
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Delpodio aims to become a high flier
Matteo Delpodio’s season literally took off at last week’s Credit Suisse, where he was given the chance to indulge the other passion in his life: flying.
Practice makes perfect for rain man Hebert
Benjamin Hebert banished the disappointment of five successive missed cuts to claim his debut Challenge Tour title in supremely testing conditions at the Credit Suisse Challenge.
Hebert has high hopes of success
Benjamin Hebert is hoping to maintain French golf’s ‘feelgood factor’ after taking charge of the Credit Suisse Challenge.
Keenan and Pavan on a roll in Switzerland
Ian Keenan signed for a sparkling round of 64 at the Credit Suisse Challenge to join rising star Andrea Pavan at the top of the leaderboard at the midway stage of the €150,000 Challenge Tour event.
Poised Pavan makes his move in Switzerland
Rising star Andrea Pavan enhanced his burgeoning reputation on the second day of the Credit Suisse Challenge with a round of 67 which would have been even lower but for a funny turn in the middle of his round.
Septet set the pace in Switzerland
There were five star performances from seven players on day one of the Credit Suisse Challenge, where Jorge Campillo, Federico Colombo, Garry Houston, Jamie Moul, Andrea Pavan, Tim Sluiter and Daniel Vancsik all sit on top of a crowded leaderboard.
Otaegui learns from the master
With José-Maria Olazábal acting as his mentor, it is perhaps not surprising that Adrian Otaegui enjoyed huge success during his amateur days.
Cream rises to the top in Switzerland
The in-form trio of Spaniard Jorge Campillo, Italian Federico Colombo and Englishman Jamie Moul made early moves to set the pace on five under par on the opening day of the Credit Suisse Challenge.
Credit Suisse is a credit to golf
As the godfather of Swiss golf, André Bossert is well-placed to speak about the importance of the Credit Suisse Challenge and of the sterling support shown by its title sponsors.
De Sousa fights back from the brink
Three years ago, Raphäel de Sousa was being hailed as the great hope for the future of Swiss golf, having seemed almost certain to make the step up to The European Tour.
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