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Tour Players Foundation
Zhailjau Golf Resort
Almaty, Kazakhstan 13 Sep 2012 - 16 Sep 2012
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Father of Kazakh golf striving for more success
You don’t become known as one of the founding fathers of Kazakhstan golf without being ambitious and Konstantin Lifanov is certainly that, aiming to have several Kazakh golfers competing on the world stage in the next decade, have an Olympic golf team by 2020 and host a European Tour event.
Great Scott seals dramatic Kazakhstan triumph
Scott Henry claimed the biggest win of his career as the Scot beat Austrian HP Bacher on the second play-off hole in a thrilling finale at the Kazakhstan Open, having sunk an incredible 25 foot birdie putt at the 18th to force the extra holes.
Players blown away by enchanting Kazakhstan
It is a country that many of the players admit that they knew little about prior to the Kazakhstan Open, but Kazakhstan is fast growing a fan club amongst the European Challenge Tour stars present as it continues to welcome, befriend and enchant its visitors this week.
Volunteers raising the bar in Kazakhstan
There are 100 dedicated volunteers at the Kazakhstan Open, many of whom have taken up golf and studied the rules of the game thanks to their experiences at the tournament in previous years. This is an event which raises the bar in the art of spreading the game to new territories.
Play-off victory for Henry in Kazakhstan
Scott Henry claimed the biggest title of his career when he won the Kazakhstan Open at the second play-off hole. The Scot beat HP Bacher with a par on their second visit to the 18th after Bacher found sand with his approach.
Play-off at the Kazakhstan Open
Scott Henry sank an incredible 25 foot putt at the final hole of the Kazakhstan Open to force a play-off with HP Bacher as the two finished on 19 under par in the European Challenge Tour’s Major.
Henry on course for victory in Almaty
Scott Henry was on course to claim a career-changing victory after the Scotsman took a three shot lead onto the 11th tee on the final day of the Kazakhstan Open, as five birdies and a bogey moved him to 20 under par.
Trio ready for showdown in Almaty
Three of the Challenge Tour’s young guns, Alexander Levy, Scott Henry and Andreas Hartø will battle it out in the final group on Championship Sunday at the Kazakhstan Open all harbouring hopes of claiming the biggest win of their respective burgeoning careers.
Besseling cards career-best 63 in Kazakhstan
Wil Besseling carded the best round of his career as a nine under par 63 moved him into tied eighth going into the final day of the Kazakhstan Open on 12 under par, six shots off the lead set by Frenchman Alexander Levy.
Levy charges clear in Kazakhstan
Alexander Levy took one step closer to the biggest victory of his career as the Frenchman charged into a two shot lead on the third day of the Kazakhstan Open thanks to a seven under par round of 65, which included an incredible run of six consecutive birdies.
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