Wiesberger Wins the Italian Open

Bernd Wiesberger claimed his second Rolex Series title of the year and third European Tour victory of the season with a…

Last Updated on October 19, 2019 by Daniel

Bernd Wiesberger asserted his second Rolex Series title of the year and third European Tour triumph of the period with a hard-battled triumph in the Italian Open.

The Austrian began the last cycle three shots behind medium-term pioneer Matthew Fitzpatrick, yet checked an intruder free 65 to complete one shot clear of the Englishman on 16 under the standard.

Wiesberger posted three successive birdies from the fifth gap pursued by a further increase on the ninth, and he went to the highest point of the leaderboard when Fitzpatrick, who had birdied the second, hit it outside the field of play on the ninth prompting an exorbitant twofold intruder seven.

Wiesberger looked in charge on the back nine with birdies at 14 and 16, yet Fitzpatrick arranged a great fightback with three birdies in his last six gaps, be that as it may, the previous Ryder Cup player’s hawk exertion from 12 feet at 17 lipped out and he couldn’t discover another birdie on the last to constrain a playoff.

That implied Wiesberger turned into the fifth player to win various Rolex Series titles after his lady wins in the Scottish Open in July. The 34-year-old presently drives the Race to Dubai with only six occasions remaining, having likewise won in Denmark in May following seven months uninvolved in 2018 because of wrist damage.

Fitzpatrick marked for an end 69 as he wrapped sprinter up for the fourth time this season, having additionally come next in the Hong Kong Open, the BMW International and the Scandinavian Invitation.

American Kurt Kitayama completed third on 12 under, a shot clear of Andrew Johnston, Robert MacIntyre and another Austrian in Matthias Schwab, who shared fourth. Francesco Laporta posted a last cycle 68 to complete as the main Italian player in a three-manner portion of the seventh spot.

Wiesberger said: “It’s been an extraordinary summer for me. I’ve played a ton of good golf and gained a great deal of ground in the wake of returning from the damage last year. I’ve played truly well in the correct occasions in Ireland and the Scottish, and here this week, which aides getting up there in the Race to Dubai. I feel amped up for what is in store of us in these last four occasions.”

Bernd Wiesberger What’s In The Bag?
Driver: Titleist TS3 (8.5°)
Fairway wood: Titleist TS3 (13.5°)
Hybrid: Titleist 818 H2 (17°)
Utility Iron: Titleist U500 prototype (3)
Irons: Titleist 718 CB (4-6), Titleist 718 MB (7-9)
Wedges: Titleist Vokey SM7 (46°, 53°, 59°)
Putter: Scotty Cameron Futura T5W Tour
Ball: Titleist Pro V1

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