Leading the Irish Open since the first round, Adrian Mironek retained the lead to become the first Polish golfer to win on the European Tour. The 29-year-old brought back a final card of 66, to endure the resounding comeback of New Zealander Ryan Fox, who went from 15th to second after playing 64 on Sunday. Meronke punctuates this tournament with 268 shots, 3 lengths ahead of Fox and four lengths ahead of South Africa’s Thurston Lawrence. Peters and Thomas Detry failed to join the battle for the top spots at Mount Juliet Racecourse in Thomastown. In 19th place, Peters entered the fourth and final round of the $6 million DP World Tour event, dropping 19 spots to take 37th. After convincing days on Friday (67) and Saturday (69), Antwerpper this time brought back a card of 73 ( +1 on Sunday. A six-time winner on the European circuit, he started with a double bogey on hole N.3 before being hit with a new bogey on hole N.7. The second half of the day was better, with three sparrows and a ghost, but not enough to keep his position. He finished 37th with a total of 282 rounds (-6). For his part, Thomas Detry returned the last card of 70 (-2), after five sparrows for two bogeys. The Brussels native had six ranks and was joint 58th with 284 rounds (-4).
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