Friday, 05 April 2013
Pick your favourite from March's nine contenders for Shot of the Month  (EuropeanTour)
Pick your favourite from March's nine contenders for Shot of the Month (EuropeanTour)

Win £100 to spend in The European Tour shop by voting for your favourite in the March Shot of the Month competition.

In the third instalment of the 2013 season there are nine efforts for members of My European Tour to choose from, including shots from three tournament champions this past month.

All you have to do is sign in to My European Tour, vote for your favourite, and you could be our winner.

Shot 1: First up is a delightful little pitch from South Africa’s Thomas Aiken at the Avantha Masters, who showed great touch on the par five 15th hole as his shot from some 40 yards short of the green skipped up the putting surface and into the cup for an eagle three.

Shot 2: Having found sand with his second shot into the 12th hole at Jaypee Greens Golf & Spa Resort, Thailand’s Kiradech Aphibarnrat showed sublime feel as he played a neat splash and run down the green and in for an eagle at the par five.

Shot 3: Coming from a thick lie in the rough down the par four ninth hole during the third round at the Avantha Masters, China’s Wenchong Liang gouged out a delightful mid-iron that careered up the green and clattered into the flag to finish just inches away and set up the easiest of birdie threes.

Shot 4: Once again centre stage, Liang dispatched a laser-guided short-iron straight down the flag and into the bottom of the cup at the 176-yard par three seventh hole during the final round at the Avantha Masters to cue the requisite fist pumps and high fives back on the tee.

Shot 5: Having landed safely aboard the par four last green at Jaypee Greens Golf & Spa Resort, champion elect Thomas Aiken could afford to three-putt and still take home the Avantha Masters title, but instead he rolled in a perfect putt from 25 feet to rubber stamp his second European Tour victory.

Shot 6: Anders Hansen has made a quiet start to 2013, but that didn’t stop some serious fireworks during the opening round of the Maybank Malaysian Open as the Dane clipped in a beautiful long iron up the hill at the par four second hole that released up the green and curved into the centre of the hole for an eagle two.

Shot 7: On the comeback from injury and chasing down the man at the top of the leaderboard, Kiridech Aphibarnrat, in the third and final round of the Maybank Malaysian Open, Italy’s Edoardo Molinari produced a moment of magic from the sand short left of 16 that rolled in for a birdie three to apply the pressure to the leader.

Shot 8: Coming up behind Molinari at 16, Aphibarnrat remained nerveless en route to a maiden European Tour title, thanks in part to this excellent approach at the par four that set up a critical birdie and helped the Thai golfer to a one shot win.

Shot 9: Marcel Siem dominated affairs at the Trophée Hassan II in Morocco, as he lead from wire to wire to complete a third European Tour title, and he got the ball rolling in some style during round one at Golf du Palais Royale en route to an opening 64 that included this awesome effort from sand at the 17th for an eagle three.

So there you have it, nine of the best from March, and now all you have to do is log into My European Tour and cast your vote to win.

Choose wisely, and good luck.


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