Net results - CSA
Wednesday 31 August 2011
Click on the link below to open the net results :
Boys day 1.
Boys day 2.
Girls day 1.
Girls day 2.
Last column will tell you how your handicap should be modified considering the CSA.
Saturday - Final round
Saturday 27 August 2011
Due to the awful weather conditions of the whole week, the competition had finally to be reduced to two rounds only.
The course was very heavy but many players managed to post some good scores
In the Girls category, Caroline Nistrup from Denmark wins with an aggregate of 142, 4 shots ahead of another Danish player, Henriette Nielsen.
Margaux Vanmol from Belgium, the recent winner of the British girls, finishes third with 147 and is also the best Belgian player.
In the boys category,
Nicolai von Dellingshausen from Germany was co-leader at -3 before this second round. He repeated his performance of the first day with another 69, for a total of 138. He finishes not less than 5 strokes ahead of 3 players, his fellow-countryman Dominik Pietzsch who scored the best round of the competition with 67 and 2 Dutchmen Willem Vork and Dylan Boshart.
The best Belgian player is Steven Dewispelaere, the local player and son of the greenkeeper who performed such a terrific job after the storm of tuesday.
In the Tournament of Nations,
with a total of 292, Denmark takes the first place in the Girls category without discussion :
Carolin Nistrup (72-70) and Emily Pedersen (75-75) played very consistently finishing 8 strokes ahead of Spain.
In the Boys category, the competition was quite fierce:
The Dutch team composed of Dylan Boshart (72-71) and Rowin Caron (71-74)wins with smallest margin against the Forza Italia and will return home with the cup.