Golf tournaments

Adrian Otaegui won the Scottish Championship

Having won two European Tour titles but for the first time ever, Adrian Otaegui was crowned at an event in the system’s 72-hole stroke play format.

On a work designed by Sam Torrance, the Fairmont courtyard outside St. Petersburg Andrews, Otaegui are golfer who owns two titles in the European tournament system but are in a match-to-fight format, with Paul Lawrie Match Play 2017 and Belgian Knock-Out 2018. In addition, the Spanish golfer is also known for was fined 3000 USD in an event last year for slow play.
After three rounds of 62-70-70, Otaegui was four strokes behind Matt Wallace’s top when he entered the decisive day. A good start with a birdie point, Otaegui accumulated four more strokes in the first half. The 10-year-old bogey score is the only technical mistake of the 27-year-old golfer because he scored five more birdies, including the scoring phase in the 63-stroke round hole (-9). At -23, Otaegui won the Scottish Championship presented by AXA 2020, a four-stroke difference with runner-up Wallace. Thereby, receiving checks worth 156,825 euros out of a total bonus fund of 1 million euros.
Third place (-17) goes to Aaron Rai, a golfer whose performance has been fairly good at recent events (Irish Open runner-up, Scottish Open champion). Chris Paisley and Garrick Porteous shared 4th place at -16.
The recent victory also helped Otaegui become the third Spanish golfer after legendary Seve Ballesteros and Rafa Cabrera-Bello crowned in a professional tournament in Scotland, “The House of Golf”.