European Tour Weekly - September 11th 2013

11/09/2013 08:27:00
A general view of the eighth hole during the final round of the KLM Open  (Getty Images)
A general view of the eighth hole during the final round of the KLM Open (Getty Images)
This week European Tour Weekly heads to Holland for the KLM Open. Kennemer Golf Club will play host to one of the oldest tournaments on The European Tour for the first time since 2009. As always, ETW will be getting the thoughts from the players in Zandvoort as they prepare for the week ahead.

ETW recently met up with Joost Luiten, who will be looking to become the first home winner of the KLM Open since Maarten Lafeber won in 2003. Luiten is enjoying his best season on The European Tour since progressing from The Challenge Tour in 2007. He has had five top ten finishes to date including his second European Tour victory at the Lyoness open powered by Greenfinity.

This week’s review comes from the Omega European Masters, perhaps the most picturesque venue on The European Tour. We will highlight the best of the action from the Swiss mountains.

Whilst in Switzerland European Tour Weekly spoke to Frenchman Julien Quesne. Last year saw Quesne pick up his maiden European Tour title at the Open de Andalucia Costa del Sol, eventually winning by two shots from Matteo Manassero. 

Together with all of the latest news and statistics from the Tour, this completes another edition of European Tour Weekly.