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Horizon Irish Open, Rosner finished 13th

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Conclusion

No Polish player has ever won at the highest level in Europe. Since this Sunday, it has become a thing of the past. Adrian Mironck, already the leader after three laps, maintained his advantage until the end of the fourth and final lap. With a card of 66 (-6), he wins with a sum of -20. Once again, New Zealander Ryan Fox came in second, but with far fewer regrets than in the Netherlands. Despite his excellent 64 (-8) card in the closing, he missed three shots to take the win.

The French

All through Sunday, Antoine Rosner was in a fight to win the top ten spot on the DP World Tour. Unfortunately for Francelin, he had to settle for 13th, with a total of -11 and a card of 71 (-1). At -2 for the next day after 10 holes, he suffered a streak of three ghosts 12 through 14, but still reacted to two birdies on 15 and 16.

After a grim third day, Romain Langasque recovered well by scoring 69 (-3), taking 15 spots and occupying 30th, at -7, along with Julien Braun. Frédéric Lacroix signed the second card of 73 (+1) in a row, finishing 37th at -6. He’s one step ahead of Julian Guerrier, 46, and three times Matthew Pavon, 67.

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