Rafa Cabrera Bello ended up in fourth place of the Irish Open, competition that closed this Sunday at the Lahinch Golf Club with the victory from another Spanish golfer, Jon Rahm. The Basque won by second time in the Irish tournament after unleashing on the last day. He signed a spectacular card of 62 strokes (eight under par, -16 in total) to overcome.
The grancanario player, what it started second before starting the final journey, he got to fight for the first place to his compatriot in a magnificent start.
But the thing changed for Rafa Cabrera Bello in the nine seconds holes. The player of the Real Club de Golf de Las Palmas with four bogeys, which definitively separated him from the struggle for victory.
The Gran Canarian signed 69 strokes card to add a total of 267 impacts and end with -13 the tournament, after its brands of 68, 67 and 63 in the first three days of the tournament, valid for European Tour.
Rafa Cabrera Bello ended at the fourth position of the final general classification, tied with the British Eddie Pepperell and Robert Rock, that began the last day as leader with a stroke of advantage over the golfer of the Real Club de Golf de Las Palmas.
Neither one nor the other was able to great comeback of the victor, Jon Rahm. This, with an authentic recital of game, obtained in Lahinch his eighth professional title, the fourth in the European Circuit and the second in the Irish Open, in which he won two years ago – matches the Severiano Ballesteros brand– to seal his first triumph in the continental contest.
Yesterday's is also the third victory of the Basque in the Rolex Series, which brings together the most prestigious and best-endorsed tournaments on the circuit. Previously won the Irish Open and the DP World Tour Championship of Dubai in 2017.
Jon Rahm, current number 11 of the world and that today he will return to the top 10, already has four titles in the European event, three in the PGA Tour and one in the Hero Challenge, competition that does not belong to any of those two circuits and organizes Tiger Woods. His last triumph was achieved on April 28 at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans.
The player of Barrika (Vizcaya), what started the day with five strokes of the leader, the English Robert Rock, then signed a card with an eagle and eight birdies for a bogey to overcome and finish victorious with 264 hits in (-16.After equaling his best round on the circuit (62), Jon Rahm surpassed in two the Englishman Andy Sullivan and the Austrian Bernd Wiesberger.
To four impacts of the leader of the competition, tied in the sixth position of the general, they finished Jorge Campillo, which marked the Spanish golf festival in Lahinch.
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