The Challenge Costa Brava came to an end following Daniel Hillier’s maiden European Challenge Tour title at Empordà Golf. Here’s what you might have missed from the action packed week…
John Murphy: A round with the Murphys
John Murphy had his family watching this week and we talked to them to get an insight into what it has taken for John to get to where he is today and what it is like being a parent of a professional athlete.
John Murphy: A round with the Murphys @john_murphy5 has his family supporting him this week at the #ChallengeCostaBrava and we spoke to them to get an insight into what it takes to be a professional golfer. pic.twitter.com/YJFT91DhY7— Challenge Tour (@Challenge_Tour) October 20, 2021
Alexander Knappe: Rollercoaster of a season
Alexander Knappe describes the up-and-down season that he has had, what helps him get through and keeping the momentum going for the final push a the Challenge Costa Brava.
Alexander Knappe: Rollercoaster of a season@AlexKnappe describes an up-and-down season on the road, his goals moving forward and making sure he keeps his momentum going.#ChallengeCostaBrava pic.twitter.com/uaoKJPt5Z3— Challenge Tour (@Challenge_Tour) October 19, 2021
David Boote: "Getting my game in a good spot and getting my mind in a good spot"
David Boote discusses competing in Spain, his determination to successfully reach his goals and what he has learnt about himself on Tour this season.
"Getting my game in a good spot and getting my mind in a good spot" 🙌— Challenge Tour (@Challenge_Tour) October 18, 2021
Welshman @davidboote123 discusses what he has learnt about himself this year and his determination to have a strong finish in Spain.#ChallengeCostaBrava pic.twitter.com/eyXctqr5KF
Hillier triumphs in Spain to secure maiden Challenge Tour title
Daniel Hillier showed nerves of steel to birdie the final hole and claim his maiden European Challenge Tour title at the Challenge Costa Brava, courtesy of a one-stroke victory over his playing partner Marcus Helligkilde.