B-NL Challenge Trophy for Jesper Svensson

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B-NL Challenge Trophy for Jesper Svensson
(Provided by Tennis World USA)

The Swede Jesper Svensson won with 270 (69 68 67 66, -14) strokes the B-NL Challenge Trophy (Challenge Tour) played on the Twentsche GC course (par 71), in Deldenerbroek in the Netherlands, where Aron Zemmer finished 22nd with 279 (71 67 71 70, -5) and Andrea Pavan 35th with 281 (67 70 74 70, -3).

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Jesper Svensson, 27-year-old from Uppsala, signed the first title on the circuit, after having won only one event of the Nordic Golf League in 2020 (Race to HimmerLand). He came up from second place with a 66 (-5 , six birdies, a bogey) and narrowly beat the South African Brandon Stone, 30-year-old from Rosterburg with three hits on the DP World Tour, who was called out of the playoffs with the second bogey of the day on the last hole (67, -4, six birdies, two bogeys).

In third place with 272 (-12) the English Will Enefer and Alex Fitzpatrick, younger brother of Matt winner of a Major, in fifth with 273 (-11) the American Cole Madey, the Swede Christofer Blomstrand and the French Benjamin Hebert, leader After three laps, the Englishman David Langley, the German Velten Meyer and the transalpine Julien Sale were eighth with 274 (-10).

Zemmer and Pavan led the final round both on 70 (-1) strokes. The former scored five birdies, two bogeys and a double bogey and the latter three birdies and a double bogey. Renato Paratore, Lorenzo Scalise and Jacopo Vecchi Fossa came out on the cut, 80th with 143 (+1), Gregorio De Leo, Matteo Manassero and Stefano Mazzoli, 96th with 144 (+2).

The winner was awarded a check for €40,000 out of a prize pool of €250,000. Deldenerbroek (Low Saxon: Dealdnerbrook) is a hamlet in the municipality of Hof van Twente in the Dutch province of Overijssel. The hamlet is located between Bornerbroek and Delden .

Since the municipal reorganization of 2001, a small part of Deldenerbroek has been part of the municipality of Almelo and falls under Bornerbroek. It concerns the section between Semmekrotsweg and Grasbroekweg, north of the A1.

Deldenerbroek is home to the Backenhagen manor house, so called because it came into the possession of Johan de Baecke in 1611, who was married to Anna Hagen[1]and the Warmtink estate. Before 1811 Deldenerbroek belonged to the judge’s office Delden.

Until 1818 it fell under the municipality of Delden and then under the municipality of Ambt Delden until the municipal reorganization of January 1, 2001. Since then, Deldenerbroek has been part of the municipality of Hof van Twente.

The area of ​​the neighborhood of Deldenerbroek fell under the Grote Boerenmarke of Delden, of which the neighborhoods of Deldeneresch and half Oele were also part.

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