The $8.3 million PGA Traveler Championship in Cromwell/Connecticut ended with the victory of Olympic champion Xander Shaveli of the United States. With a total of 261 strokes (19 under par), the 28-year-old relegated his compatriots JT Posten and Seth Thigala, who each needed two more strokes, to share second place on Sunday. Matthias Schwab played 69 on the final day and finished 53rd with 277 strokes (3 under par).
“I had good shots but didn’t get close enough to the balls to find any real chances for a birdie. The ball can drop three to four metres, but it doesn’t have to. That was often the case today,” summed up the 27-year-old Styrian. his performance at Cromwell. This week, Schwab competed at the John Deere Classic in Sylvies, Illinois.
On the Women’s European Tour (LET), Emma Spitz achieved a solid sixth place in the Czech Women’s Open at Royal Peron Golf Club. On the final day, the amateur from Lower Austria, who would like to switch to the Pro camp soon, squandered a chance to win the championship with Tour 74.
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