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Race To Dubai
Madeira Island Open
Clube de Golf do Santo da Serra
Madeira, Portugal 15 Mar 2001 - 18 Mar 2001
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Mackenzie and Smyth break free in Madeira
Des Smyth and Malcolm MacKenzie share the first round lead in the Madeira Island Open after breaking free of the log jam at the top of the leaderboard with opening rounds of 66, six under par, over the spectacular Santo da Serra course.
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Should any competitor in this week's Madeira Island Open require inspiration he need only look around him, for the charming Santo da Serra Golf Club provides one of the most picturesque settings on the current European Tour International Schedule.
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Niclas Hoping For Fasth Track Title Defence
Often, due to time constraints and practice demands, golfers do not have much opportunity to see much in a country apart from the course, the courtesy car and the hotel. One player that did not apply to in Madeira last year was Niclas Fasth, and the Swede’s love of the beautiful Portugese territory was enhanced when he ended his trip with a stunning victory in the Madeira Island Open.
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Niclas back in the Fasth lane
Niclas Fasth seems to have quite a liking for the spectacular Santo da Serra course in Madeira. Twelve months after leading from start to finish to claim his maiden European Tour title, the Swede is again at the top of the leaderboard in the Madeira Island Open after a flawless 63, nine under par, took him two clear of England’s John Bickerton on 12 under par at the halfway stage.
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Florioli surges ahead at Santo da Serra
Massimo Florioli will be looking to follow in the recent footsteps of Costantino Rocca and Massimo Scarpa as an Italian winner on The European Tour as he takes a two shot lead into the final round of the Madeira Island Open.
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Vintage victory for Smyth in Madeira
Des Smyth became the oldest winner in the history of The European Tour when he won the Madeira Island Open, closing with an outstanding 66 for an 18 under par total of 270 and a two stroke victory over England’s John Bickerton. At the age of 48 years and 34 days, the Irishman surpasses the previous record held by Neil Coles who was 48 years and 14 days when he won the 1982 Sanyo Open.
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