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DAY FOUR FROM THE BELGIAN KNOCKOUT

  • FORMAT EXPLAINED
  • Adrian Otaegui wins the Belgian Knockout
  • Benjamin Hebert beaten in the final
  • The first edition of the tournament
  • Thomas Pieters hosted the event in Antwerp
  • First tournament in Belgium since 2000
  • Get involved on social media using #BKO18

by Will Medlock, Luke Whitehouse and Matt Hardisty at Rinkven International

15:32

It was a very good match again,, I'm delighted - Otaegui

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14:46

That's all from the 2018 Belgian Knockout LiveBlog. Hope you enjoyed the coverage, and see you next time!

14:01

Congratulations, Adrian Otaegui! That's 6 top 20's in a row, and now his second European Tour win. 

 

He beats Frenchman Benjamin Hebert by two shots. 

 

Adrian Otaegui, the 2018 Belgian Knockout Champion!

13:59

A great try from Hebert for the birdie, but it's just a par for the Frenchman. Still, a great week for him and much to build on in future events. He'll get his first win soon, no doubt. 

13:57

The crowds are immense here today in Belgium. Loving every minute of the action and seemingly enjoying this format of golf. It certianly offers something a little different. Great to see it received so well by the public. 

13:55

Hebert needs a birdie and this is a fine start to achieve just that. Right down the middle for the Frenchman on the final hole. Otaegui relatively safe.

13:49

Wow! What an opportunity for Otaegui. Hebert misses the birdie putt and makes par. With the Spanaird marking down for birdie it's looking more than likely to be a task too great for the Frenchman.

13:48

To a man who has made very few mistakes this week, Hebert can't afford one here. It's simple a must make birdie to not go to behind with one to play.

13:45

Three birdies in the last four for Otaegui, and surely another one on 8 as he knocks to a few feet. With Hebert's approach shot missing the green the pressure is really mounting.

13:37

And that's that in the 3rd/4th play-off. David Drysdale takes the cake in this one, with a one-shot win over Englishman James Heath. Congrats, David.

13:36

On to the 8th tee. The Frenchman Hebert opts for the brave shot as he pulls out his driver. He hit an iron last time. No damage done as he gives himself the opportunity to get there in two.

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Tournament Leaderboard

Pos Player nameNatHolePar
1CAMPILLO, JorgeESP18 -8
2HEATH, JamesENG18 -7
T3DETRY, ThomasBEL18 -6
T3PEREZ, VictorFRA18 -6
T3WINTHER, JeffDEN18 -6
T3PAPADATOS, DimitriosAUS18 -6
T3KJELDSEN, SørenDEN18 -6
T8BALDWIN, MatthewENG18 -5
T8OTAEGUI, AdrianESP18 -5
T8GAGLI, LorenzoITA18 -5

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